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All I have to say is that this wooden dummy has a lot of nerve talking to a champion log-splitter like this.
A week later, the ventriloquist leaves the hospital with a stump where his right hand used to be.
Today’s classic Bizarro is another take on Lincoln, our nation’s greatest presidential inspiration for big-budget Hollywood films. (more…)
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Here’s a bit of super-secret backstage gossip about this cartoon: I have some friends named John and Fiona and he’s a lawyer. I didn’t say the super-secret backstage gossip would be interesting.
Anyway, this is my covert way of finding out if my friends read my comics. If neither John nor Fiona say anything about this in the next few days, they’re off my Festivus list for good. (more…)
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My SpecialLadyFriend, Klamelda, thinks I’m crazy for drinking beer at room temperature. I only do this on chilly days; on hot days I drink it cold. Of course, she’s never been to Europe so she doesn’t know how common this practice is. In fact––great idea–– let’s nobody tell her. I’ll plan a trip to England for us and the first time she orders a pint and takes a sip, I’ll shout, “WHO’S CRAZY NOW?! WHO’S CRAZY NOW?!” Can’t wait to see the look on her face. (more…)
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I’ve made no secret of the fact that I love psychotherapy. I don’t love the expense so I can’t go every week; I simply visit one for a few weeks or months when I’m having a specific problem in my life. Like the time a few years ago when I couldn’t decide between growing a ridiculous mustache or getting giant breast implants. A shrink helped me make the right decision. (more…)
(For an embiggened view of this cartoon, click on the ant’s acidopore.)
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Here’s a dandy collaboration between my known associate, Wayno of Pittsburgh. To understand this gag, you must be familiar with 1950s sci-fi movies about the effects of radiation. One of them was called “Them” and it was terrifying if you’re afraid of large, mechanical ants. (more…)