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jimmjonzz Premium

Unemployed. Maybe retired. Not sure.

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  1. about 10 hours ago on Peanuts Begins

    A globbet of sugar-stickies.

  2. about 11 hours ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    When I lived in Houston, the zoo kept a small soirée of vampire bats. At their posted feeding times, I loved to watch them drop down to the floor of their glass enclosure and weeble-wobble over to the shallow Petri dish of beef blood. With no pushing or squabbling, they’d form a circle around the vessel… and lap up the blood with efficient clever tongues… like the best-behaved but weirdest looking klatch of cats.

    Yes, I know that the term soirée is likelier used to describe a group of debutantes. But there’s an atmosphere of the vampiric about them too.

  3. 1 day ago on The Adventures of Business Cat

    Yow! A tad creepy, no?

  4. 2 days ago on Peanuts Begins

    Appassionata… the role played variously by Tina Louise and Stella Stevens.

  5. 2 days ago on Peanuts Begins

    Though he doesn’t appear to be well-tempered.

  6. 2 days ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    Unless you’re Percival Dunwoody.

  7. 2 days ago on The Adventures of Business Cat

    Mrs. Drysdale, after catching her runaway dog Claude, yells “I’ve got Claude!”

    Granny Clampett, sadly concerned, says, “Oh! That poor woman!”

  8. 2 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    I like the message and black humor of this cartoon. It’s right on target.

    But yes, who would guess that this paunchy stub is supposed to be Midnight Moscow Mitch without the verbal and situational clues?

    And though I really appreciate that Sam calls him by name, I’d love it even more if the artist would draw more identifiable caricatures… as I am certain he can.

    I assume he has an artistic reason not to, but I can’t imagine what it is!

  9. 2 days ago on Tom Toles

    I love that the term “gaslighting” has been popularly revived to describe this

    deceptive technique. This… I’m Not Crazy, You Are! …psychological torture.

    If you’ve seen it, the 1944 Bergman/Boyer/Cotten film imprints its creepy

    paranoia to make the expression coldly vivid. There’s a play too, but the movie,

    I think, is better.

  10. 2 days ago on Tom Toles

    “When justice is gone,

    There’s always force.

    And when force is gone,

    There’s always Mom.

    Hi Mom!"

    Suitably pre-apocalyptic.

    And if you have eight and a half minutes, the music video is creepily so.