And, now, back to the comic strip… They’re free to sit around, have a drink and discuss politics. Not all bad. Life does, indeed, go on.
It’s good to know that the time in the ark wasn’t all about shoveling poo, etc. They had time to be creative and inventive, thus the UMBRELLA!
Give me Seinfeld any day…
I don’t have a lot of control over the vacuous brain-blurbs coming out of Congress but I sure can control who I ‘friend’. It’s your own fault if you’re reading vacuous brain-blurbs on Facebook! Get new ‘friends’!!!
I LOVE the third panel. It reminds me that Danae is a child, standing there on the bed with her little bare feet – a precocious, cynical little beast, but nevertheless a child. And the expressions on their faces… priceless.
I still remember the smell of the first library that my Mother took me to more than 50 years ago – the smell of adventure and old books. Those who love libraries will NEVER be bored. Thanks, Wiley!
Gee. No one has mentioned e-readers. I’m finding that the younger generation has actually become more interested in reading with the new technology. It’s kind of hard to have a book signing, though…
Reminds me of the Designing Women episode where Julia Sugarbaker annihilates Ray Don(the lounge lizard) in a restaurant and he, of course, turns up later to audit her business. Priceless.
I thought that was a belt loop!
Hmmmm. Warmer AND noticeably thinner in his fantasy. Guess he doesn’t need that extra layer of fat in Tahiti…