I got this idea because I used to live in a huge apartment building and it seemed there was always someone using the elevators to move in or out. It was like cramming yourself into someone’s tiny living room for a few seconds to get to your floor and it happened so often I began to wonder if they were living in there. Thought it was kind of funny. (more…)
Do you like alligators? Of course you do, who doesn’t? They make excellent house pets, especially for the very young. Sometimes a toddler can be hard on a puppy or kittenbut alligators are almost indestructible. And if you live near a swamp, you can get one for free. (more…)
As predicted, the second cartoon in this lineup, which appeared in papers on Tuesday, confused a lot of readers. To understand it, you have to both be a regular reader of Bizarro and connect it to this first cartoon, which appeared in papers on Monday. (more…)
Have you ever felt that the world is suddenly wider and that the rules have changed so that everything you were used to before is now somehow inapplicable and you are starting from scratch? I have had that feeling this week because my blog got incorporated into King Features’ Mighty Network of Cartoonist Blogs and Other Things Designed to Help Cartoonists Make a Living Which is Harder Than You Might Assume. (I don’t think that is the literal name of their new network, but you get the idea.) In other words, the format of my blog changed a little and now the way I post is different and it slows me down. It’s not your problem, of course, I just wanted to vent because you are my only friend. (Yes, you.) (more…)
Are you a person who enjoys things? I am too. Here’s something I hope you’ll enjoy: between five and seven cartoons.
The first one is about how Newton discovered gravity when an apple conked him on the noggin. The truth is, the whole story is a myth. Newton was not hit by an apple, but a grand piano falling from the fourth floor of those old, crumbly European buildings they have everywhere over there. The blow to his head caused him to go crazy and make up a bunch of sciency stuff about gravity and some other things. It was hilarious. (more…)
Like most decent people, I have no idea where I was conceived. It was in Kansas City, Missouri, that’s the most I can say. If I belonged to the society mentioned in this cartoon, however, my name might be K.C. Apartmentbuilding or Sambo’s Parkinglot. I have no idea and I don’t want to know. (more…)