What's Mallard raving about today?
Why does Tinsley have an emotional investment in the BCS anyway? His favorite team, Kentucky, has never been big on football to start with.And more importantly, why are these cavemen sitting inside a big pile of rocks?
His team's Boise State, is it not?
Wait, I'm confused. Are these LEY (Liberals The Early Years) cavemen? Are they the wimpy, effete ones, or the brutal, giant-club/penis-swinging fascist ones? What the hell do cavemen have in common with modern sports, anyway? Concussions and skull fractures? Or is Tinsley really just THAT lazy?I'm focused on that, because I couldn't give two shits about footblargh.
GeoX, check out these two comics.1/18/200712/31/2007
The new Seattle PI icon for Mallard:What's going on? Has he just awakened from his drunken stupor, wondering why he's on the floor of a cell? Is he flying through the air after being thrown out by the bar's bouncer? Or can he fly? He is a duck, after all. And "I CAN FLY!!" is something I can picture Brucie, running around arms outstretched, yelling in a likker store parking lot around 2AM.wv: unrole; the type of role model Bruce is
Maybe this link will work.Damn. And I haven't even started drinking yet!
What? Do you need something else to bet your booze money on when you're down at the local watering hole, Tinsley? Is that what this is about?
Tinsley thinks that caveman, by whom he means niggers, are the, only, ones stupid enough to enjoy technology and social services.I said this yesterday, and I will continue to say it until this comic, finally, ends:Tinsley, you are less humorous, and more of a delusional racist than Carlos Mencia, Jeff Dunham, The Irate Gamer, Tim "Fuckley," and every sitcom on C.B.S. put together.Word Verification: Winermo, need I say more?
Tinsley, also, thinks that cavemen (niggers) are the, only, ones stupid enough to read books. He sees no irony in this argument.Word Verification: Reltri, when, after seeing Mallard Fillmore and vomiting, we vomit three more times.
Wow.Is Mallard praising communism?Because that sounds like emergency rooms and libraries.
Wow, you would think Brucie would just love the BCS. After all, it's a product of our capitalist free-market society in which the haves get together and make a shitload of money and the have-nots don't have a chance. Just another example of this drunk bastard's "research".
Since the cavemen represent evil liberals with bad ideas, Tinsley must be against these playoffs.I'm not surprised that he is against elitist socialist libraries that give knowledge for free. Or that he is against hospitals; he probably thinks doctors should only make house calls to those rich enough to afford it.
Libraries = socialism; and "great cities" aren't part of Palin's real America!i-hate, can you please stop using the n-word? Or at least put an asterisk in it?
When in doubt, just crap out another caveman strip. Apparently, Tin has heard that Johnny Hart died, and because he's too lazy to pick up a paper and see that the strip is being continued, he thinks he can do his own caveman strip and win the coveted troglodyte demographic.wv: Again, no graphic at all so it can tell me I failed to match it. Oh yeah, we're havin' some fun tonight.
I said this yesterday, and I will continue to say it until this comic, finally, ends:Could you not? We got it already. You're not Bruce, so you don't need to endlessly repeat yourself.wv: relim; needlessly relimming the same thing.
Aaaaaaaand ... another single-panel Sunday "comic" by the lazyest cartoonist ever.
Are all the cavemen strips the Tinsh's attempt to fill the void left by the passing of fellow nutbag cartoonist Johnny Hart?vw: imagumbi - The standard way a Gumby clone identifies itself.
Sorry, I have been particularly at Tinsley lately, due to his claim that racism had died--no, never existed--his insincere Christmas comic, and Something Awful's recent Weekend Web, parodying a site called (N-word)mania. I will tone it down, and stop repeating the message.
Caveman Son looks a little "touched", doesn't he? His dad's trying to have a sentimental moment with him, but he's just sitting there grinning and staring blankly into space.This strip is about Bruce Tinsley and his own father.
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