I’ve written a piece for the Co-Worker Hall of Fame over at Skitzzo.com. Here’s an excerpt:
I have especially fond memories of the time I spent working in what I?ll refer to (for reasons that will soon become clear) as the Pond. My job consisted of putting metal bases on cardboard tubes to create a carton. After I had created several of these cartons, I stacked them neatly on a palette and they were picked up be a forklift and taken away to be filled with road tar. The driver of the forklift was a large chap with an unfortunate resemblance to a toad. The forklift inevitably became known as the Lily Pad. The Toad mounted the Lily Pad at eight-thirty every morning, hopped off briefly for lunch and then reoccupied his perch until three-thirty in the afternoon.
If you’d like to read more, you’ll have to visit Skitzzo.com: Co-Worker Hall of Fame
Inspired by “Carpe Denim,” a recent Mother Goose and Grimm cartoon by Mike Peters, I’ve decided to unleash a few cartoons from my own Carpe series. Hope you enjoy.
Carpe Calypso: Seize the Day-O
Carpe Carpe: Seize the Fish
This one’s only part joke. Check out When Fish Strike Back
Carpe per Diem: Seize the Check
Actually it’s our buddy from skitzzo.com who got bitten.
You can read all about it here?
As Moses can attest, being God’s messenger isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
This is one of the first cartoons I sold and still one of my favorites. It’s from a string of Moses cartoons that I did way back in the twentieth century,
Are we overlooking the most important side effect of performance enhancing drugs? With the ongoing doping scandals in cycling, track & field, baseball, cartooning (just kidding on that one), etc., etc., it’s worth considering.
And, hey, I promise to get off the sports theme for at least the next couple cartoons.
Edit October 12, 2006: Floyd says it ain’t so?
So the normally dormant Cubs seem to be using the Red Birds as their doormat this season. Well, I’m a big enough guy to admit when I’m wrong. Here’s a look at what actually happened last night.
For Card’s fans, there’s always tomorrow. For Cubs fans, there’s always next season.