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I just want to know how that chicken costume mirrors all of the kid’s expressions! Must be some sophisticated AI. p.s. This isn’t a criticism; I love the surreal whimsy that pops up now and then in this strip.
The Mint makes coins; the Bureau of Engraving and Printing makes the bills. So yeah, they aren’t T-Men.
I think almost any scene like that has to be lip-synced, but it is certainly his own voice; I’ve heard him sing on talk shows. He’s alos an accomplished jazz pianist. An even more surprising song from that movie is Lee Marivin’s “I was Born Under a Wandering Star.”
Is that second frame the view from the dashcam?
Did you ever get the feeling that the world was a tuxedo, and you were a pair of brown shoes? (George Gobel)
https://aviation.stackexchange.com/questions/43264/are-there-any-helicopters-with-ejection-seatsDang. I’ll have to find a new phrase! Thanks for the education.
About as useful as an ejection seat in a helicopter.
Exactly. Slim will show up just after the real Santa leaves. A very Gasoline Alley-esque plot twist.
These days, the ACLU and their ilk will jump in and put her in jail. Anyone can do anything he (oh, sorry, “they;” please please don’t cut off my hands) wants, as long as it’s politically correct, according to the ACLU!