What's Mallard raving about today?
Hmmmm.... Have you considered the possibility that this strip is actually autobiographical in nature?It would explain a lot....
Once again, Tinsley needs an editor. The "punchline" would be funnier if he dropped the six words, so it read "...if I can find the tutorial CD".Alternate explanation: Tinsley thinks his target audience needs him to explain the meaning of "tutorial".
America is business.Business likes money.Textbooks cost money.College textbooks cost a LOT of money, and are required to be in hardcover.College kids will always be required to buy textbooks. It is difficult to justify charging $400 for a CD.Move along folks, nothing to see here, just a joke that doesn't work.
Once again, Tinsley needs an editor.Then Tinsley would just complain that the liberal media is trying to censor him.
>Tinsley would just complain that the liberal media is trying to censor him.Heh - exactly right! Many right-wing hate merchants think they're not popular because of their opinions. But in Tinsley's case, he's not popular because he's doing a comic and he's not comical.(It's worth remembering that the odious Rush Limbaugh, pompous lying hate-filled fool that he is, tries to be entertaining. Many liberals in radio, such as Thom Hartmann, give the Rushbag credit for having once done a very entertaining program ... hatefilled etc but entertaining.)There are plenty of "liberal" comics who don't get anywhere either. I wonder if they get together with Tinsley at cartoonist conventions and drunkenly argue over who's more oppressed.
Post a Comment