These two consecutive posts in the comments section today sums up the life of a cartoonist perfectly…
Carolyn Saunders This one made me laugh out loud – good for Monday morning
keenanthelibrarian Not awfully funny, Wiley.
That’s not God. That’s Bert, a Counseling Angel who debriefs incoming souls for their past life review, then sends them down again for a new life.
Wait…what? Can you tell me what the clue was?
“The Pleistocene Epoch is typically defined as the time period that began about 2.6 million years ago and lasted until about 11,700 years ago. The most recent Ice Age occurred then, as glaciers covered huge parts of the planet Earth.”
Dear readers:As for Autism Speaks, I was not aware of the controversy about the organization. I was simply looking for a quick way to direct people for information about autism in general, not to support the organization. Had I known what many of you have informed me about here, I would have looked for another website. It never seems to fail that when charitable organizations get too big, corruption almost always ensues. I wish I had done more research before slapping that tag on there…which was a last minute decision when working on deadline. The last thing I want is for that to divert attention away from what I am trying to accomplish with Jack, which is show children with autism are to be celebrated rather than thought of being a problem or need to be “cured”. For those who don’t already know this, Jack is patterned after our grandson of the same name, and, as far as I know, is the first austistic character in comics. Thank you all for your support and for helping educate me.
You need to call the editor of the paper and complain. Sqeaky wheel and all that.
I have no control over how this site operates.
Thanks, but one this isn’t the reason, although these coloring page editions do take a lot of time to create. Next Sunday begins the new adventure of…any guesses? :-)
That would defeat the whole purpose of this exercise. There is no right way to color it! Scroll down 4 posts and read the post by Nannette Boulais.