All our working class heroes, please take a bow.
Happy birthday (observed), Girl!
Tryin’ to decide if the mouse in the last panel is holding an air horn or a fire extinguisher…
…or just some booze.
what’s the reference?
yachris: Well, it’s a cocktail, alright, but I wouldn’t want to drink it…
In the fourth panel from the end, I really think that there’s a major grammatical mistake.
It says: “Whenever there’s money to be made, there’s money to be made telling those making the money that they’re making can be cleansed with a donation”
It SHOULD say: “Whenever there’s money to be made, there’s money to be made telling those making the money that _the money_ they’re making can be cleansed with a donation”
I’ve been thinking a lot about neo-liberalism lately, and this fits in perfectly with my internal musings.
Thank you, Dorothy, thank you. And could be there’s money to be made from donations from readers who as Sam Johnson says write to help others enjoy this existence, or endure it. Fact, it was SJ who said whoever writes and not for money is a blockhead I forget the contexxt.
This is obviously an excerpt from Dorothy’s upcoming musical. Just you wait.
Too bloody true.
Tracy, is “Just You Wait” the name of Dorothy’s musical…. cause I think it should be.
Dorothy have you ever worried your strip might encourage childrens to drink paint
This is a real concern that is why I am eschewing traditional punctuation
about 75% sure that the last panel mouse is holding a molotov
the mouse is a working class mouse. or, nowadays, in the “service industry”
So… If my band put this to a melody and covered it would you be upset?