Bizarro is brought to you today by Dressing For Success.
I’m not sure where this gentleman is from but wherever it is, he’s enviably successful. And, I want to live there. (For a print of this cartoon, go here.)
My own personal adventures in therapy have yielded amazing results and by following this simple credo––Be an inferior version of someone better than you––I’ve become who I am today. Just think of me as a poor man’s Walt Disney. (For a print of this cartoon, go here.)
For you readers who are not as well versed in old movies as I am and have no idea what this cartoon is about, here’s a hint: it’s about a famous line from a Humphrey Bogart film called “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre.” In it, Hump (as his friends called him) plays a gold prospector who, along with a couple of other guys, finds gold in the Sierra Madre mountains but then runs into a heap of trouble trying to transport the gold back to civilization to cash it in. On the way, they meet some banditos who claim to be Mexican police. Humphrey asks to see their badges and the leader says, with a thick Mexican bandito accent, “Badges? We ain’t got no badges. We don’t need no badges. I don’t have to show you any stinkin’ badges.” Then things get shoot-em-up ugly. Okay, that’s more than a hint, but now you know. (For a print of this cartoon, go here.)