Male, 65, lifelong aficianodo of comic strips, comic books, animated cartoons, etc.
Google those words and you should find several examples.
Live long and paws-purr. (From a t-shirt.)
A few years ago, someone gave me a Christmas CD of carols sung by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. I’ve tried to share it with friends, but they run away — and suggest how I can play it with my body.
I first posted this months ago in “Breaking Cat News.”
To all the cats I’ve known beforeWho wait to go out my back doorAnd then they turn aroundGo back where they came fromTo wait to go out my back door
Yesterday, I had run out of 5-Hour Energy. It was my day off, which was good, as I was not worth one single damn.
Is that a costume, or did Dana owe Carolina a favor? (Finding out that Carolina has the power to transform herself into a cat-human hybrid would be AWESOME! And I don’t use the word “awesome” that often.)
I’m waiting for the computer-generated Morganna.
William Baker, aka Flint Marko, aka Sandman, has been in comic books since Amazing Spider-Man #4, published in 1963.
Is there a difference between making a show and making a comic strip about this place?
I guess that answers how Rita found a wooden barrel these days.