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Monday, January 29, 2007

That damned media

What's Mallard raving about today?

African-Americans, the Media.

Oh, Christ. It's going to be a long week.

8 comments:

Slappy Handstrong said...

I've never seen the term "race baiting" taken so literally- Shame on you Tinsley! Honestly- you really need to be ashamed for this one. Are you suggesting it's OK to make a targeted threat against an unspecified person based solely on their race? Should we condone that behavior? In America, we call that a hate crime. I honestly don't get the point of this cartoon and I can't imagine how it will sink any lower, but then there's that "continued" bar. Maybe THAT'S the threat!

Mysterio said...

Cripes, just when I thought Tinsley couldn't be any more of a jerk. I dread where this strip is leading..maybe MF is finally going to carry out his threat against [url=http://www.kingfeatures.com/features/comics/mallard/charactMaina.htm]Chantel?[/url]. I hope this week's strip ends with Mallard maced in an ally somewhere, or at least blasted in the face ala Daffy Duck.

connection said...

African americans! He's got those PC Media-types so pegged. I bet Time, Newsweek and the NYT are on pins and needles as to who some drunken no-talent loser threatens in his little comic strip.

Kidding aside, the only time he's ever grabbed the medias attention is when they report his DUIs.

Apsymot said...

Oh dear God tell me I didn't just read that

dlauthor said...

"Now, listen to me, you African-Americans. If you don't send me a case of bourbon by Wednesday, I'll attempt to draw one of you."

Kaitlyn said...

"Now, listen to me, you African-Americans. If you don't send me a case of bourbon by Wednesday, I'll attempt to draw one of you."

He won't be allowed to show the African-American in question, because the liberal media will be all over him, so he'll use Mary Worth.

Slappy Handstrong said...

I would love to see Tinsley's reaction if someone in the media proposed to threaten a Christian. Something tells me we'd get a week of bad poetry about condeming it.

luke said...

It actually makes me feel good to see how tiny and vulnerable Mallard is. I'm so used to his head taking up most of the panel I didn't realize I could easily crush him.