Rachel S. (masamage) says:
Hee hee, gerbil slippers!
Leon Arnott (l) says: I've said it before: Helen needs bigger hair.
Dave is spot-on, though, in ways that I hadn't expected.
Valentines: is anybody game enough to dare purvey the upper-right valentine in This Day and Age?
David Harmon (mental_mouse) says:
On the other hand, Artie is represented by a deformed Chihuahua riding a ballpark hot-dog... And I'm afraid the gerbil slippers made me flash on a really rude Easter Bunny cartoon....
And yeah, that upper-right valentine kinda got pre-empted by invasions of madness into the Real World. (TM). I wonder what it means that I thought first of the Washington-DC snipers, instead of the Vermont or Colorado students?
Dana Mackenzie (zymurgy) says: I'm not so sure that the upper-right panel was ever in good taste. A sixth-story window is, you know, the one that Lee Harvey Oswald used...
Matt Katinas (nidoking) says: Who could give up the woman who drew these? He must have felt threatened by your brilliance.
Daniel Ross (nentuaby) says: David: It probably just means that the DC sniper went on for weeks, whereas the students were all single day affairs... The prolonged tension amplified the degree to which the tragedy was able to burn itself into one's brain.
Ed Gedeon (eddurd) says: Much-belated Big Freakin' (tm) Gun count: 3 Log In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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