OMG. The Twin Towers looking for excitement? Seriously? This can’t be anyone’s idea of funny.
What?! That’s IT? What about loose ends? The kid, the maybe-love interest? Argh!
Yes, it can be very sad. Agnes is very in-your-face about poverty. But it also invites you to share Agnes’s and Trout’s little victories. There’s a little of the “We never knew we were poor during the depression” thing going on, too. There’s a great and marvelous dignity in children’s naïveté. Don’t worry, be happy. It just never pays to be too sad too long.
I use rabbit ears today. There’s still free tv out there. Yep, it’s garbage but the rest is just expensive garbage. Oh, and yeah, I still gotta do the occasional rabbit dance to find the best reception. Ahh, livin’ the simpler life of the 50s.
Yes, I’m afraid this comic is a true depiction of a child’s life. It’s a documic.
Reynard, that’s great!
Oh, is some one wearing burlap underwear?
Wow, Night, are you wrong and so much research to back up your wrongitude.
I try to explain the Uh-Oh Baby to non readers and they just don’t get how terrifying it is! Oh, the nightmares won’t stop!
And does he have a family?