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Saturday, February 21, 2009

Today's Poor Almanack


This isn't entirely true. I did see Wall-E. And this may be the clumsiest lettering I've done, at least for this month.

7 comments:

Brad said...

I believe the word is 'inanimate'. But then I could be wrong, it is late. I loved Cul de Sac this week, by the way. You capture certain very specific aspects of life so well, like jelly carts.

Jon Delfin said...

Theoretical defense: "Inane, I meant." (Nah.)

richardcthompson said...

Oh, jeez, I googled "inanimate" just to make sure I had it right, then lettered it wrong. More proof that lettering and spelling are in no way related. I hope the Post fixed their version....

Kid Shay said...

Nixon should get a posthumous Oscar for continuing to star in so many movies.

Skipper Pickle said...

Don't ever change "inaniment"!

Kioskerman said...

Hahaha "Nixon goes nuts" is perfect.

Tom said...

I would gladly pay money to see Frosty/Nixon.