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Thursday, January 18, 2007

Those damned Wildcats

What's Mallard raving about today?

The Chicago Cubs, LA Clippers, and Kentucky Wildcats.

This panel illustrates exactly what is so desperately wrong about this vanity exercise masquerading as a comic.

Usually Mallard has a right-wing bias to it, which obviously irritates many people. But that bias is not what is wrong with Mallard Fillmore.

What's wrong is that it is just an excuse for Mallard to vomit up whatever is on his mind, no matter how parochial in nature, with absolutely no attempt at humor.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why is it "suff'ring"?
Why all the "quotation" marks, guy?
Why is the "little engine that could" called the small train "that can"?
Why, "Mallard", why?

Slappy Handstrong said...

I have never read anything more void of rhythm or tempo. Tinsley, if you fuck at all like you write poetry, then I excuse you for being a lonely, angry drunk.

Kaitlyn said...

Grammar question - what's with the comma after Cubs?

And why the aborted rhyme?


Mallard, I am "amused" by your "topical" "comic".

john said...

I feel bad making fun of people when they're talking about their sports team's futility. I am a Mets and Jets fan, so that is probably why.

Mike P said...

Bruce Tinsley should just stop making "Mallard Fillmore" and start up a Blog.

Sabasab said...

I agree with half of that