I knew it!
Gawd, the electric excitement!!
I have no idea what arrangements Mr. Thompson or his family made regarding any sort of memorial marker after his death. But they could have done a lot worse than “You can’t tie down a Banjo Man!”
And there it is – what we’ve all been waiting for! Thank you, Dill.
Tie me banjo-man down, sport…..
A friend of mine left his banjo in his car, unlocked. When he came back, there were three.
Love me some Cul de Sac!!
He must have come from Alabama with the danged thing on his knee…
Well, you can, but those slippery Banjo Men will get out of those knots every time! ☺
Miss Bliss is just dreaming of the time she may get plucked.
Is he just stringing her along?
I love Marcus’ expression.
What’s the difference between a pizza and a banjo player? A pizza can feed a family of four. What do you call a pretty girl on the arm of a banjo player? A tattoo. What’s the difference between a frog and a banjo player? There’s a chance the frog was the way to a gig. What’s the definition of pitch perfect? When you toss a banjo into the dumpster and it hits an accordion. All jokes compliments of a former co-worker and upright bass player for the “Blue Grass Cartel” (Apologies to Herb Trotman)
Crickets! Miss Bliss just figured out the secret to quieting down the kids, but will she even realize it?
I don’t think this is the kind of “special” anyone was hoping for. Lord help us if he is accompanied by burgeoning oboe virtuoso, Petey.
“ Lord, I was born a ramblin’ man, Tryin’ to make a livin’ and doin’ the best I can.”
It’s the CLASSIC line! Congratulation, Dill, on summing up the situation between Miss Bliss and Timmy Fretwork, the Banjo Man!
I don’t feel it is hyperbole when I say panel 4 contains one of the best lines in comic strip history.
I use bungee cords. ( ◠‿◠)