Wait till wii is invented.
One of my favorite theories.
“I’m forever blowing bubbles.” – Dean Martin
“I paid for this chair and I’m the one who’s going to sit in it.”
to complete the law… unless acted upon by an external force … like a bath
A child playing with soap bubbles tends to end up ingesting soap and puking.
Bet his family wishes HE invented Apple. . ..
As long as it’s not his son, Wayne.
or, give him an ipad.
Newton had a lot to do with Figs.
Newton, played by Robert Mitchum.
Are you sure that’s Isaac and not Isabelle? I think he/she’s wearing a dress!
Are you sure they’re bellbottoms and not a maxi-kilt?
Newton was known for pushing the edge, ya know.-;ºJ
Palagi: “Aw, you move-a jus as I do the painting. Now we gotta start over. This-a time you keep-a looking STRAIGHT at me, hokay?”
Click-to-enlarge image can be found here (along with a description, but currently wrong location), or at the only work by this artist, so far, to appear in Mr. Melcher’s blog.Newton‘s Discovery of the Refraction of Light (Newton Project links, his Wikipedia page) isn’t, as far as I can tell, shown online by its current-location (Google translated body).This (Google translated) provides evidence [the 4a) and 4b) links] that it’s there. The artist’s WIkipedia page and collection (image there currently also has wrong location).
the picture is to small.it looks to me like hes playing with “bubbles” all right.
Are we sure this is not Mrs. Newton? Maybe this person is a forerunner of Uncle Milty and his crossdresing.
Forget bubbles. It’s all about bubble wrap!
“But soft! What light through yonder bubble breaks?”
OH! I thought the woman’s name was Bubbles.
Steve Melcher has to the best at writing comics…some comics I laugh at, but his give me belly laughs