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Sunday, April 01, 2012

That damned Feul

What's Mallard raving about today?


Oh, I get it, this is an April Fools joke since only a fool would find it interesting!

Strange, though, that it seems the same as every Mallard Fillmore ever.


Daniel said...

Or it's an "April Fuels!" pun.

But I doubt he'd be clever and/or sober enough to come up with that.

Daniel said...

On purpose, I mean.

Kip W said...

The funniest thing is the color palette of cyan and weary magenta, as if it was an aging color plate. Mind you, I said it was the funniest thing, not that it was funny.

Bill the Splut said...

If you don't drive a gas guzzler and leave every light on in your house and heat it with coal, you'll be killed by a bear! It's so true.

Anonymous said...

Once again it is his continued stupidity that brings a chuckle, and not the "comic."
Is kill and plunder now an official party platform of the GOP?

Steve-O said...

Let's set the scene:
1.[effete liberal is in peril]
2.[effete liberal says something
that is nonsensical but sounds
like a ZING! to Bruce Tinsley]

Where have we seen this before?

For someone that hates the postal service, Tinsley sure does like to mail it in.

rewinn said...

When did the celebration of being stupid be a badge of honor among conservatives?

Seriously. Only a very stupid person would think that sustainability is a bad idea. But somehow the idea of setting up our nation and our planet so that our children will inherit a place that is cleaner than we found it is a laugh line for conservatives.

It's almost as if they are still angry that their mothers made them clean their rooms.

Steve-O said...


These people literally believe that God gave us Earth to use however we want. Who cares if we shit all over it? JAYZUS is going to fly down soon and swoosh us into the heavens!

/Sadly, I'm not making that up.

Frank Stone said...

Rewinn, you're quite correct about the room-cleaning thing. Instead of maturing psychologically like the rest of us, conservatives have clung to the same mentality they had as children. When they're told to do something they might find mildly inconveniencing (or even asked politely to do it), even if it's something that will ultimately be beneficial to them, their inevitable response is, "WAAAHHH!!! I DON'T WANNA!!! YOU'RE MEAN AN' STUPID!!! I DON'T WANNA I DON'T WANNA!!! WAAAHHH!!!" -- because they're being asked to momentarily stop focusing only on their own comfort and desires by stepping outside their bubble of self-involvement. And to a child, such a request is tantamount to the most vile and unconscionable abuse -- as any adult who's ever asked a cranky child to eat his vegetables, clear the dinner dishes, or take out the trash can testify.

CW in LA said...

"When did the celebration of being stupid be a badge of honor among conservatives?

St. Ronnie the Addle-Brained.

CW in LA said...

And Frank Stone, the teabaggistani reaction to the First Lady's suggestion that kids would benefit from eating some friggin' vegetables tells me you and Rewinn are definitely onto something here.

The kicker is the establishment press treating such an outlook as if it's a legitimate, serious policy position.

PS - Mallard is a monumental tower of lame, just to stay on topic.

DiR said...

A: Way to bungle the English language, Tins.

B: Since the bear is consuming him, and he can only be consumed once, it by definition NOT a sustainable fuel supply. You're a moron.

C: Bears are not 30tons, nor are they 40' tall.

Kip W said...

Those who pass for conservatives have this delightful resentful way of taking something they don't want to do and making a half-assed botch of it, just to show us liberals.

Say, wasn't it a liberal who started making Tinsley do this comic for a living? Bruce showed him.