Dear slaves to this comic,
What a month it has been since I last posted a tour de force in comic format. The last one seemed to have struck a chord with those of you following current events or with a fondness for Burt Reynolds, circa ’78. You know who you are.
Well, this particular commentary wasn’t really planned. But with Osama getting a unintended dose of rapid-fire hot lead from SEALs that aren’t all that interested in fish really made the news. And of course, every nutbar and his conspiracy theory brother came out of the word work, and some never left. Like Mr. Trump, for example. Although many wish he would, but sadly he has supporters and a lot of money. Where is a benevolent god of any kind to smite someone who really deserves to be ‘smoten’, I ask you?
But this skillfully crafted and drawn oracle containing all things commentary-worthy will return to its regularly scheduled mania, mayhem, moronic madness and other words that start with ‘m’ – once I find a better letter for alliterations. Until such time, I may take a bike ride to try and trim the 10 pounds of belly fat I have accumulated over the past 4 weeks or so, through a deft combination of no exercise, high-fat foods, foods with sugar in formats that could only have been created by Monsanto in a secret lab in the desert, and hot dogs. I feel shame.
By the way, for those of you don’t know and who probably don’t care, I am now writing for the main car blog site, known as The Car Connection. So go there, look for my wry blogs on all things advertising in the car world. Impress your friends.
Better yet, read this comic and forward it to your friends, enemies and make it one your favorites. Or just lie to me and tell me you did. Same thing.
OK, time to blog and eat cookies. I meant celery.
3 thoughts on “Truth In Trump”
6 stars from me for this one and a lot more for the prose that goes with it. I’ve been telling you over and over to drop the car blogs and write that novel. Will you ever listen to me?
Oh Hendrik, if it were that simple. I have toyed with writing the novel, but I can’t seem to settle on a topic I’d want to write about.
I do listen to you. Heck, I’m jealous of you — you’re the published author and I am not. Maybe I should submit this stuff to a publisher, eh?