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Monday, May 19, 2008

Those damned Mooners

What's Mallard raving about today?

Colleges, Professors.

Best Freudian slip of the day: "When I first stepped up to this podium, I was a bit unprepared."

Everything beyond that first panel isn't worth reading, so don't bother.

8 comments:

factinista said...

Does this stuff about vegetables and mooning have any grounding in reality at all? Or is Mallard just pulling the "poor persecuted conservative" shtick again?

dlauthor said...

I'd throw vegetables too if I had a PhD and my college invited someone to speak at commencement who clearly never made it past the third grade.

Celia said...

Those professors probably heard about Mallard's (Tinsley's) low opinion of the teaching profession in general. I can only imagine someone didn't do well in school, failed to get into university and is currently blaming the "liberal education system" (which is all the fault of the teachers, who are all liberals) for this travesty.

rewinn said...

HEY! there's only THREE PERIODS in the terminal ellipsis!

All the others have his trademark four-dot ellipsis ... the only innovation in the strip.

But now ... on top of everything else, is Mallard to be cursed with a dot shortage?

Michael said...

rewinn, I think the last sentence is meant to be continued in the next comic:

"... with some pepper spray."

Supperman said...

where is freudian slip?

Starshark said...

Those weren't professors, Mallard, they were cartoonists.

factinista said...

All the others have his trademark four-dot ellipsis ... the only innovation in the strip.

Mallard didn't invent that. As a matter of fact, the one place he didn't use the four dots is the one place he should have.