Are we going to a fair?
Another conservative myth.
So, is this ‘toon ending? I’m confused.
Ok, just ignoring the strip now.
Republicans think the economy is worse than 2009. I think I get it, when the job market gets better for people on the bottom, they think that’s bad. Now it makes sense.
Scroll down this page to read “Meet Your Creator” written in March 2014. One paragraph which might explain if “Prickly City” is or will be cancelled:
While I am libertarian/conservative by nature, I try to poke at anything I think is stupid. Much of what the Republicans have been spewing lately is enough to make my teeth itch. The Democrats have always had that effect on me. So many are surprised I don’t march lock-stepped with the conservative speaking points du jour. I think for myself and wholly expect my readers to do the same. This leads to a lot of confusion in this age of Fox News and MSNBC. – Scott Stantis
Ignoring the canceler chancellors is the best approach. Example, Dave Chappelle pushed back and I am so proud of him for it.
Just remember if Mr. Stantis and Prickly City gets canceled or ends, you all go with it, and you’ll another place to from your little vipers nest.
If you are cancelled why am I still reading that you are cancelled. Enough already! If you are talking boycotts they have been around a while. Not a new phenomenon.
Sigh. Time to point at that xkcd cartoon again.
It would seem that all humor in this strip has been cancelled.
I loved this when I read it.
If I have NO culture can it be canceled too? Or am I cancel less. /s
It would send the message better if the strip was a blank white space with just word CANCELED. And it would be more clever and funny with wittier dialogue that this week has provided.
Winslow: I’m going to say “nothing.”
Superfluous quote marks, W.
How can it be cancelled if it won’t go away?
I happen to think that when people behave badly they should be called out for it. Is that what mean when they say canceled?
Carmen! Winslow! Don’t go!
March 20, 2014
September 30, 2017