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Recently, I needed to colorize some of my strips. This one got the color treatment: I very much enjoy the coloring process but it’s a time hog. Takes me back to the days of youth and my coloring books. Those were good times. I reckon the good times are still here.
The sock puppet represents something pure, a toy that is cheaply and easily made. All one needs is a sock, two buttons, and some needle and thread. I believe toys that are made by the children themselves have the most imagination potential. Yet, speaking of pantyhose, I don’t like those pantyhose dolls that old ladies make. [...]
What do you think about the tradition of kissing someone at midnight on New Years? How about we give up all this New Year’s Eve partying stuff and just get a good night’s rest? Something tells me few would go along with that.
Henna’s a bit sensitive about vinyl these days. Perhaps it’s from watching this documentary: Blue Vinyl. I, on the other hand, still like vinyl records and I struggle with the guilt.
Henna: Five Point Perspective Q & A Q: What are your vital statistics when it comes to: Age? A: “Twenty-two. It’s the best age to be ’cause I’m officially an adult but I don’t have to really act like one. But part of me thinks it’s stupid to say people are adults only after a [...]
Although bad body odor is not always a choice, most of the time it is. Usually the guy on the elevator that stinks is a bit chubby with food stains on his shirt, like drawn above. Funny thing is, if he were to start taking the stairs, he would probably lose some weight, feel more confident [...]
It’s hot! Why can’t it be cold? Soon I’ll complain that it’s cold and wonder why it can’t be hot. It’s a vicious cycle.
Not so long ago a lot of places still used lard for frying. Some places still do. If you’re sensitive to it (I know I am) it can’t hurt to ask. Or it may hurt if it’s something you’ve enjoyed without guilt in the past.
Finding the love of your life in a crowded bar is not impossible but it is unlikely. The odds of finding someone to simply have a good time with are significantly higher. And the probability of getting into trouble by having too much fun is, unfortunately, off the charts.
Summertime is here! Are you ready for pool parties and swim wear? I’d say “Yes” if I could wear one of those 1920′s swimsuits. I just don’t like walking around more than 62% nude.
I posted a blog about the future just yesterday forgetting that I had this strip about the future today. It was several weeks ago that I posted this comic strip. For some reason I had the future on my mind yesterday… coincidentally in line with the future themed posting scheduled for the future in the [...]
My older sister was a Girl Scout. My mom used to make me participate in Girl Scout activities. Not so much fun. I wouldn’t mind participating in Woman Scout activities. I can help them obtain their “Wrestling” badge.
I have heard that we all should talk to each other with the vocabulary of an 8th grader. Advocates state such diction employs the lowest common denominator among adults. Oops! I mean “Folks who think that way say talking with little words makes things easy to understand by lots of grown ups.”
How about this one for interactive media? How do you vote? Print out the comic, check your choice, and send it to me in the mail with a $19.99 processing fee (cash ok). I guess you could just leave a comment but that’s not as fun.
Long, sharp fingernails are very primal in nature. One would think that, at this stage in our human development, we would have no use for long fingernails. Still… folks like ‘em – men and woman alike. Think I’m wrong? Stand outside one of those nail salons for a while and see the the heavy volume [...]
I would like to eat naturally, organically, and locally. And in the region I’m in (the southwest), that may be possible. The trick is, where to start? I read an interesting book about it titled Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future by Bill McKibben. I’d like to say I’m on the road to [...]