I guess the answer to just how quickly?
is not as quickly as I’d like, but for you dear reader I continue to go the extra mile. Neither snow, nor rain, nor new day job shall stay this courier from somewhat swift completion of his self-appointed rounds.
To that paraphrased postal motto end, here are five more cartoons from the early nineties delivered for your clicking pleasure. Each black and white pictograph will open oyster-like into a wondrous new window featuring the pearl that is the larger cartoon, even more of this purple prose, and a button for your online shopping pleasure.
It is pure coincidence the background image behind the cartoons this month as well as the last month, is panda-esque. Being without a computer in my new workspace (allegedly a temporary conditioncomputer is in, but no monitor), I’ve taken to reading the non-online The New York Times during lunch, and ripped out this bit from page A20 on Tuesday, October 18, 2005: After 100 Days, Panda Cub Gets A Name. Seems the National Zoo’s giant panda has been named Tai Shan (pronounced tie SHON) which is Chinese for peaceful mountain.
Not the name I would have chosen, but as is oft the case, I was not consulted. If so, I might have put up: Nixon Totally Sucked But He Actually Looks Good Compared to George W or Fluffer Nutter. Credit where credit is due to the great photo on newsprint by Jesse Cohen via Reuters.
All right, it’s late, so I’ll sign off with a reference that if recognized without Googling, means you are probably too preoccupied with your record collection.
Pander! Panda! Panzer!