I’m with Bud. That house is definitely in the network
Newspapers did it to themselves. They stopped being "news"papers and became propaganda organs with the “news” carefully selected and worded to benefit one political side. Kind of hard to survive when you alienate 50% or more of your potential audience and 30% or more of the side you are pandering to doesn’t bother to keep up with news.
Well, that’s a shame. I liked this comic, too bad he had to inject his politics into it.
Which never worked and only promoted the prevailing views of the media. Remember that Walter Cronkite was during the so-called fairness doctrine and he was as biased as they came. He just dressed up his bias as fair and impartial
I have gotten to the point in my career where option 1 is the most reasonable option. It’s all in how you phrase the message to upper management that circumstances are going to require x more weeks to complete the task in a manner that meets the expected quality.
If I recall, back in the late 1980’s, the oceans only had 10 years unless something drastic was done. By drastic they meant surrendering our freedom and treasure to the politicians.
Ah man, leave the politics out of this strip. Because that is exactly what this is — politics espousing a hoax. … and our children are being brainwashed into believing this hoax so that politicians can gain more power over the citizens, restricting freedoms more and more.
Beat me to it. That was my first thought
comics.com really needs to re-institute the downvote button for comics. 29 people as of the time I read this “liked” it. Would love to know how many found it downright, well, dumb
I have been following Alley Oop for over 50 years, starting just after I learned to read. It was one of 3 strips in the small Texas town paper my grandparents got — I saw those on summer vacations when we visited them.