For help on how to follow a comic title,
And now he wants to kiss Janis.
According to a U.S. senator from Texas yesterday, the jobs are everywhere and people are lazy.
The restaurant business looks easy but is one of the most difficult.
When I’m afraid, I find that I sense the demons retreating if I use words that end in “-ism”. Antidisestablishmentarianism. There. I feel better now.
Based on my experience, my speculation would be that the caller was informing Janis of the news that some mutual acquaintance has women’s body part issues. The key is the last panel.
In my defense I refer to the modern series Fauda, Hit and Run, Lupin, Trapped, Ted Lasso, and so on. All episodes are way over 20 minutes. All episodes have far more than 10 “sets”. All episodes of much more complex music/sound.
True, but episodes are longer, and the “sets” are far more complex. The cinematography has changed and improved. The sound quality, editing, and mixing is far more involved.
Go back and look at those first 36 episodes of the Beverley Hillbillies and count how many sets there were. Without looking, I’m going to go out on a limb here and say less than 10.
Or, he might be trying to illustrate how misinformation creates faulty understanding and bias.
It’s simple. It’s tortoises all the way down.
Arlo has discretely avoided speaking of the expanding universe.