What's Mallard raving about today?
So "good customer service" means that companies should give Tinsley free stuff for no reason? Gosh, that's quite a sense of entitlement you've got there. Makes me think of some sort of economic system that I vaguely remember coming up during the election. Something about people feeling entitled to things they hadn't earned? I seem to recall that people like the Tinzster were very upset about it. It'll come to me.
Tinsley still isn't allowed to drive cars?
Two panels of a duck lying unconscious on the floor. This is almost a perfect comic strip.
Okay! Okay! We get it! Everything and everyone sucks!Man, I went to high school with goths who had sunnier outlooks than this guy.(2-9 days until the reality of President Elect Obama hits, although by now he HAD to have known what the odds were.)
Panel 2: crotch shot.Panel 3: same image as panel 2 but point of view has mysteriously changed.Points to Tinkley for freeing us from the crotch shot (... the feathered analogue to furries are, however, disappointed.)Points off for redundant panels. Panel 3 serves no purpose except to break the flow of the story. Since panel 4 restores the point-of-view (reader is in front of Mallard, with Mallard being slightly to the reader's left ... ironically), the reader's attention is taken away from the joke to figure out what's happening visually.The joke itself ("Good customer service is rare") is weak enough to need all the help it can get, and the drawing didn't help.However, today's strip is not laden with hate so one point to Tinkley.
k.t., you have inspired me to create a fixed comic:http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3005/3031883971_2c63215ac7.jpg
El oh el, Michael. That is, indeed, the perfect comic.
Wow, I laughed at a Mallard comic. Ok, it was Michael's modified Mallard, but...
So federal industries suck.And the alternative also sucks.Tell us, o mighty duck, where do we turn for our many needs?
"...where do we turn for our many needs?..."Why, to Walter Williams of course!P.S. Thanks Michael for the corrected strip! It made me laugh at a Mallard Fillmore for the 1st time ever!
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