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Sunday, August 12, 2007

That damned Chantel

What's Mallard raving about today?

Singing.

Oh. My. God.

This sad glimpse into Mallard's non-political mindset is so much more frightening that any of his political screeds.

If it were anyone else, I might feel sympathy or suggest psychotherapy. Given that it's a duck who exults in the foibles of others for a living--foibles which often exist only in his own head--I shouldn't be surprised that I feel nothing.

At a minimum, however, we now have a basis for ignoring anything and everything which Mallard has to say about Science given the demonstrated twin idiocy of not understanding what thermodynamics is or that there are not, in fact, 11 other laws. Expect this to come up next time Mallard wants to talk about Global Warming.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think the colorist screwed up here-isn't Chantel supposed to be African-American?

BillyWitchDoctor said...

THAT'S RACIST! YOU'RE RACIST! ;)

And here we are at the bottom of the pit, the nadir or the career, when Mallard finally discovers that without his sneering delusional political asshattery, he's just another Garfield...without the success, book sales, and movie deals (which is due to the liberal media conspiracy, OF COURSE).

Note to Tinny: this is what it is to be Scott Stanis.

BillyWitchDoctor said...

Also: Mallard likes to let everyone know how he fancies himself to be smarter than us, but I tell you, I don't walk home with a bag of groceries HELD UP IN FRONT OF MY FACE.

dlauthor said...

Weirder, he also seems to think he's still "in the grocery," despite the fact that he already appears to be carrying a paper bag full of groceries at great speed -- behavior one normally associates with being out of the grocery. Although really he's in a void with no detail, as usual. Perhaps he simply has faith that he's still in the grocery, despite all evidence to the contrary.

Oh, and "boop ... boop?"

Michael said...

While reading Chantel's character profile to verify she's African-American (she is), I noticed this:

And if she says "self-esteem" one more time, he's gonna commit Chantelicide.

So Mallard is contemplating murdering Chantel, yet when he sees her in public, he clams up, grimaces, and covers his face with both hands (which would require dropping the shopping bag)?

Psychotherapy time.

BillyWitchDoctor said...

Michael: Consider that Tinsley is married to a liberal civil-rights lawyer...and draws/relates himself to an animal who wants to 'date' a liberal whom he also fantasizes about murdering.

Potential reaction #1: OH THAT'S SO NOT "PC!" LIKE "FAMILY GUY!" REMEMBER THE TIME SOMEONE HIT LOIS IN THE FACE? TEE HEE HEE!

Potential reaction #2: Ew, that's sucking fick.

I'm gonna go out on a limb and suppose that the only reason Tinsley is comfortable with making this analogy so blatant is because his wife has already demonstrated the ability and willingness to hospitalize him the second he openly threatened her.