Plastic JJ Band:
The top right corner of her picture changes from frame2 to frame4; the bangles on her wrist change order from frame2 to 3; her brushes in the pot are in constant motion.
I’m focussing on trivia because I can’t cope with thoughtful whimsy from The Uncle Formerly Known As Stupidhead.
Grammar is generally, I think, descriptive not prescriptive. Words are made for users not vice versa.
The adjective is the enemy of the noun; the adverb is the enemy of all. Right, Zeke?
Zeke, where d’you get that stuff?
Moses supposes his toeses are roses….
Jimmy, you’ve been in the music industry for years — Surely you’ve noticed by now that the world is full of cheats, fraudsters, liars and real-estate sellers? And that they’re not in business to help you? And that Duke looks and sounds like the scaliest of them?
What do you think is hiding behind the shades?
What do you make of the cigarette holder?
Earl is obviously cleverer and more able than Duke, yet he stays with Duke and, as Honey rightly observes, enables and protects him.
Is this an allegory?
Do these two damaged boys between them generate the affection that each needs and neither can acknowledge?
These are deep waters, Watson.
Letting the days go by (same as it ever was)
Listen, it’s Buddy and The Crickets…“Weller, Weller, Weller, Rave on.”
I’m not convinced that the tie-knot issue has been fully aired.
At last, a properly serious discussion of the issues raised by this thoughtful strip.