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Thursday, July 14, 2011

What's Mallard raving about today?


If you though there was no way Mallard could top yesterday, you won't believe today.

Unintentional though it may be, this is as truthful as Mallard Fillmore has ever been.


Tog said...


Well, they say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem.

So congratulations, Batshit.

Frank Stone said...

The good news: Having produced this perfectly cluelessly brilliant strip, Bruce Tinsley can now retire.

The bad news: He won't.

exanonymous said...

Hooray for the free market!


CW in LA said...

No, no, no; you people are completely missing the point in your librul way.

See, pointing out that black and brown kids are making themselves stupid by watching too much television, that's just Speaking Truth To Power.

But when you say everyone is making themselves stupid by watching too much television, everyone includes white people. And that's going TOO FAR.

Now you're talking about an evil totalitarian socialist nanny state, the sort of nightmare republic where agents of the government can pull a man over when he's just minding his own business, driving home from the bar...

dlauthor said...

Good start, Bruce.

Now how about pictures of people who made themselves stupid through excessive consumption of alcohol?

Tog said...

It tickles me how Batshit is trying to be pissy-sarcastic about those pictures of cancer victims on cigarette packs...first announced way back in November. ("F***ing Nanny State, amirite?")

WV: "exual." Whew! So, same time next year?

Bill the Splut said...

Amazingly timely, if you consider the name "Murdoch."

WV: luness; lulz at the expense of a lunatic

Penh said...
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Penh said...

Then the FCC remotely turned his television off, so he could see himself reflected in the screen. But he still didn't get it, so God dropped a Volkswagen on him.

rewinn said...

Has Brewsky finally figured out he doesn't actually have to draw a picture everyday?

They'll pay him the same; his audience is too stupid to notice or to care