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Posted by The Author on May 19, 2009
A nice late-afternoon post for you late-afternoon people! I guess. I didn’t get a chance to read the comics this morning; I wonder what today’s frivolity will be…
Hi and Lois, 5/19/09
Oh, yeah? What about a sleeping puppy? What about two sleeping puppies? What about a shopping cart full of bunnies? Trixie is not cute, slumbering or awake. Besides, that’s not even Trixie in the photo. If you look closely, you can see that it’s a sleeping figure eight. Nice try, C. Browne! Now. Are there any phones that exist today that have the ability to take/receive photos and also have an antenna? Do any new cell phones have antennae? I’m inclined to say “probably not”. At least it distracted my attention away from that poor excuse for a laptop. Sure, in the first panel the artist at least attempts to rough in a keyboard of some fashion, but by panel two he as completely given up.
I didn’t know Lois worked in a real estate office. I guess it would make sense. And I guess that helps answer Trixie’s questions about where her family disappears to all day. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised that Lois is required to hire a babysitter, but somehow I am. I guess I just assumed that she leaves Trixie to fend for herself. Also, is it Wear Pink to the Office Day? Not so good a decision for Reddy McRedderson there, since it, well, clashes a bit. Okay, a lot.
I’m going to fall over soon. That’s enough for today.