Travel Secrets Therapy


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Bizarro is brought to you today by My Daughter, Krelspeth as Hall and Oates.

If you’re planning a trip to Europe, be sure to catch some of the sites mentioned below. Anyone sending me a photo of themselves in front of one of these Old World treasures will win a signed photo of me being carried piggyback by the Pope. (Offer good while supplies last.)

JAZZ PICKLE JAR: For dessert today, I bring you this Halloween cartoon from 1999. When I wrote this gag I had only visited California, but now that I live here I can report that this kind of general attitude isn’t prevalent, but is certainly more common than it is anywhere else I’ve lived or visited. There is an openness and civility in California that most places don’t share in large quantities and it makes it a more relaxed and peaceful place to live. Of course, I moved here after 10 years in New York, which is pretty much the opposite in every way. Bizarro10-31-99FrankensteinWEBI still find the absurdity of this cartoon funny, however.



14 thoughts on “Travel Secrets Therapy

  1. I personally would rather deal with New Yorkers’ street-smartass: “Hey Square-Head, howz the weather up there?” than Californians’ sanctimonious bullshit. Other than that, I remember meeting you in SF when you came for a book signing in the 90s. I bought all your books, then some rotten kid stole ’em all. So much for California. But I enjoyed meeting you in person – it absolutely made my decade!

  2. Loving these lesser known landmarks. Sometimes these things that are a little off the beaten path are worth seeing. Now on my “to see” list. Especially like the curtains, as the thought of anything fun in the Sistine Chapel appeals to me. I am getting a small bit of a “The Dinette Set” vibe off of the Stonehinge, which is not a bad thing.

    And I love the Frank strip.

  3. I love the Frankenstein in group therapy cartoon. I just have one issue with it: the monster in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is named Adam.

  4. Yeah Mr. Piraro, you can tell Krelspeth from me that I think her costume is really impressive. You posted it earlier, and it’s saved in my file of Awesome Halloween Costumes.

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