Just an old man with an opinion, a website and stories to tell.
That was the first strip of this comic that I ever read and it made me a fan for life.
In context, this is one of the saddest strips I read in recent weeks…well done on the HAL reference.
I think Les just got Rick Sanchez’d.
You know…I don’t think Mr. Miller is telling us a story about Eddie at all…not at all.
I’m ashamed to say that my first thought that it was the other couple “christening” the room they’re in. I have no idea otherwise.
I follow Luann but generally don’t leave comments, but Tiffany just had a huge breakthrough. She just recognized that others aren’t failing her, but that she is failing herself. (In order to stop the pain, you first have to recognize that you are in pain.) Now is the time for her to take charge of her destiny and step out on her own. It won’t be easy, but taking that first step is the hardest part and she just did that.
Millennials were born between 1981 and 1996. Millennials have been in the American military since 9-11 and are now serving in Congress. The artist probably was thinking of Generation Z, but that doesn’t sound as cool as ‘millennials.’ I’m a baby boomer (if we want to slap generational titles on groups) and I appreciate the joke, but it misses here.
Not ashamed to say that I read this and had an immediate callback to the Avengers movie. Like the surviving Avengers, we have to wait to see if the only way to win is to lose.
Have just put Next on my Amazon watchlist. Nice suggestion…
After watching the movie Bohemian Rhapsody, I hear Queen songs everywhere and in everything.