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A “colt” following?
“MISTER” Potato Head.
“… a pip of a sig.” I like it and I’m gonna’ to fit that into a conversation. (Admittedly, it does sound like slang that might imply something entirely different these days.)
Many of those senators also do not care about policy making and legislation. It would seem enough for them to oppose and obstruct, as obnoxiously as possible, to garner fandom and media attention. It was the last president’s modus operandi. It is the very antithesis of government.
Fundamentally I agree with your last point. However, in the interest of practicality and civilized eating, I have had to adapt my sandwich-making behaviors. Mustard, and for that matter lettuce or tomatoes, making direct contact with the bread would compromise the texture (and integrity) of those slices of heaven that hold together my workday meals. These meals are carefully crafted hours in advance of the aforementioned workday mealtime. I’m sure we can agree, kind friend, that soggy bread is akin to savagery.
Elevator Lady’s expression made me smile. It does seem to portray snobbishness, or a general disgust for ponytails & smoke-soaked jackets. Great art.
Thanks for your comment, Neil. I agree with you. I’ve been reading and collecting comics for most of my life—superhero, noir, antihero, science fiction, etc. In truth, I did not start reading DT until 8 or 9 years ago. No reason in particular, I guess I just had others that I would stick to. Once I started, I was hooked. I think Mike’s writing is nimble. His story lines are creative, funny, absurd, and delightful. I think Joe’s art is excellent. It’s a joy to indulge in. It is also a joy to learn along with you all, as I often find myself searching the references made by various commenters. Take care everyone.
Nah, Sam’s just smart. He takes off his bow tie while eating. Tracy is a lunchtime disaster & spilled hot sauce all over his red tie. This is why Sam keeps a clean necktie for his partner stashed safely in his lunch box. I mean, you can clearly see that’s what he’s reaching for in the first panel