I haven’t read Nancy since I was about 11 – 54 years ago. Has she always had a bit of a pugnacious attitude? I can’t remember.
I’ll take ebola, zombie apocalypse, another Great Depression, artificial intelligence, and politicians.
I cannot agree more. Also, Jimmy is surpassed only by the greatest cartoonist of all time (and I know comics from their beginning): Charles Schulz.
I realize that’s quite a claim, but I will stand by it.
If you like today’s Nancy, you might enjoy Arlo and Janis.
One final comment. Once in a while, my wife becomes upset because I don’t have moods. She says that I have one mood, all the time, and that it bothers her sometimes.
Oh, well. Some things about my wife, I can’t figure out.
I guess, then, that I am a husband of many, many years. I can tell my wife’s mood even when I’m asleep, and it always wakes me up.
Tyge: I think this is also why Stephen King is more popular with women than he is with men. He goes into extremely elaborate detail until his novels become a gigantic, wallowing whale. His short stories are okay, but I cannot stand his novels.
Yeah, I’m a guy. What else can I say?
Resident Idiot-you-are-not: That makes sense. Thanks.
Today’s last panel reminds me of “Ex Machina.”
Okay. I must be dense this morning. Will someone please explain Nancy’s comment? Right now, it keeps hitting me as a non sequitur.