Monday I think

 

Howdy. This first strip didn’t appear. The second was the replacement. As I recall, the story went off in another direction.

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It looks like I should have reversed the panels.

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8 Responses to Monday I think

  1. Bob says:

    I am convinced that “Sid’s Secret Drops” will get you blitzed and strip the paint off of the walls!

    • Bud Grace says:

      First time I got drunk I was 17. Larry and I went to the drive-in. He suggested we go someplace and buy some hooch, so we left the car, snuck out and went to the nearest store. All they had was cooking sherry. We snuck back into the drive-in,drank the bottle and threw up all over the place. I can still feel it.

  2. Scott says:

    That is really cool to see the two strips.

    I gotta ask, did you just redo it yourself to go off in a different direction, or was it an issue of concern from the editor that there was something offensive or wrong about the first strip and if so, what?

    I can’t see anything offensive myself, but I’m often clueless to such nuances. Chainsmoking Dr Enos blitzed is just plain funny and completely in character.

  3. Mark Stoffel says:

    So, if you know B’more than you know Berger’s Cookies, right? A while back the FDA tried to intimidate them into changing their recipe, it had to do with the trans-fat panic (still looking for all the piled up bodies). Berger’s told them to buzz off, but I know a lot of people who agreed with the FDA?!? I don’t get it.

  4. Ian Carine says:

    Actually, Galileo was the saying the opposite: that the earth orbits the sun. The “Heliocentric system” which went against the religious teachings of the time. Galileo was only fully “vindicated” by Pope John Paul II in 1992.

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