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Friday, June 27, 2008

That damned address

What's Mallard raving about today?

People who write to him.

Someone wake me up when Mallard finishes answering/insulting everyone who has corresponded with him.

10 comments:

12xuser said...

That's easy, I just addressed it to asshole@idiot.com!

Erich said...

Maybe, just MAYBE, they wrote to their newspaper or the syndicate, and they forwarded the message to you?

EddyPo said...
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sourbelly said...

Why would someone who supposedly receives hundreds of emails correcting his grammar feel the need to display his email address so prominently?

I think our poor right-wing boozebag is just lonesome.

EddyPo said...

And The newspaper or syndicate must be real happy with what their money is buying them today.

Seriously, I think Tinsley should just turn in a strip that is just his email addy in a rectangle. It would be an improvement.

Anonymous said...

I just sent mine to hand@sunshine.there .

rewinn said...

Hey, it's a joke!

I'm not saying it's a great joke, but it doesn't insult anybody or misunderestimate science, which is a nice change. If it's a naked attempt to get some fanmail but what-the-hey, cartooning is a business.

Mallard's politics are as obnoxious to me as to anyone, but let's be fair: today's strip is the sort of joke we might see in Crankshaft or The Family Circus.

GeoX said...

I would be very impressed if anyone here wrote him and managed to get a response. I don't know how he is with actual fans, assuming he has any, but he sure has never exhibited any interest in responding to criticism, no matter how diplomatically-phrased and non-confrontational.

dlauthor said...

Hey, we got one day of relief from his horrible caricatures of Hillary, supposedly as a response (albeit an assholic one) to criticism of the gargoyles he'd been subjecting us to. So maybe, I dunno, we could helpfully send him pictures of what an SUV looks like, for future visual reference.

Bryce Baker said...

If he didn't write like a doctor in the midst of a seizure it might be easier to read