These days, we might change the name of the law: “Boeing’s Law”
Hah. You made me smile.
Well, if it is a three – choice election (not voting, vote for Mr. Trump, vote for Mr.Bloomberg), then the rational choice is Mr. Bloomberg.
Ha! I can remember (dimly) that a lot of shopping was Sears mail order. That was winter entertainment.
Bad artistic aim on this one: There are more than just donkeys on this ship. If he keeps up and continues to be supported by enough voters, then it is the entire nation. We will look like a gigantic version of the Philippines.
He did learn his lesson ….. from Roy Cohn.
Geez! It is fiction! If cartoons were drawn to normal scale, you would need a good microscope to see at least three body parts, two of which would be hands.
I will probably never know; I am not on any social media, especially including Twitter. (OK, GoComics is sort of an exception.)
Yep, same here, re. ‘70’s. It was a generational life-cycle thing. I don’t even know if you can get bib overalls any more. But, then, I’m now on the other end of that cycle. — Too old to want or get several square feet of tattoo (that I would then want removed).
Bib overalls, not coveralls. Bib overalls were standard for farmers up into the 1950’s. There was a generational shift to regular old jeans. It looks like the Weingartens + Clark were a little shaky on what bib overalls looked like, but, hey, it’s a cartoon, and not a Monet.