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Everyone says he is crazy. The scarier thing is that he is stupid. You do not know anyone as stupid. You just don’t. [Fran Lebowitz]

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  1. about 10 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    He ran a bar, and he was tender. Being a rabbit and all.

  2. about 11 hours ago on Peanuts Begins

    It’s like the Pompidou in Paris where wiring conduit tubes and vent pipes and such… which in most buildings is hidden behind walls, ceilings, floors… is left in open view. It reminds you that this is a building, a human made artifact. In this sense, the medium is the message.

    The Cannon Chapel at Emory University is similar, right down to the bare poured-concrete slabs that are the surfaces of the building itself. To emphasize the fact that this is a “built” thing, and to show part of the process of it’s making, the concrete was left semi-aerated rather than smoothed-out by vibrating machinery.

    Since it was opened in 1981, a steady stream of casual observers have remarked that the builders didn’t finish their work.
  3. about 13 hours ago on Wallace the Brave

    A scattershot reply to several replies to my posts above.

    I don’t see her (or her ponytail) in panel four either. There are partly obscured characters that are likely not meant to he her, but could conceivably be. But if she’s “there” she is likely out of sight. This is the reason I asked rather than stated outright. It is also why I used the word “unambiguously” and cast even that in a doubtful sense. Her only unambiguous appearance is in panel three.

    The free-floating ! remains mysterious. No ‽

  4. about 15 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    To whatever extent it matters… when she was preparing to make dinner, she had the bubbles and the zigzags for two panels before opening the cellar door and remarking on the gas smell.

  5. 1 day ago on Wallace the Brave

    “No, shes in the foreground of panel two, in yellow.”

    I see her in yellow in the foreground… but on my screen it’s panel 3.

    “Shes also in front of Rose in panel three.”

    I was asking about panel 4. And I can’t settle on her being unambiguously portrayed there.

  6. 1 day ago on Luann

    Olivia. Resembles her self-portrait that has appeared in the “About” section of “Nancy.”

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  9. 1 day ago on Nancy

    Puts me in mind of an old “Peanuts” when a character (Charlie Brown? Linus? I don’t recall…) explains that he draws people with their hands behind their backs because he “can’t draw hands.”

  10. 1 day ago on Looks Good on Paper

    Because he’s confined within the borders of a single panel cartoon.