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Zombie Ruth

Hedge04252018 That Baby Ruth was probably about a dime in 1963.  And it was bigger. And it had absolutely no nutrition facts or ingredients listed.

It was a simpler time.

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Hammy is NOT a Doctor

Hedge03222018All comic strip fake doctor characters have to wear an antiquated reflector.

It’s the LAW.

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More Than You Wanted To Feel

Hedge12012017RJ? Introspection? I had no idea.

Wonders never cease.

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Tragedy vs. Comedy

Hedge11282017“Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall down an open sewer and die.” – Mel Brooks

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Mark Trail Starring Christian Bale

Hedge07212017I love assorted punctuation swear words. All of the impact of profanity without any of the responsibility.

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Cow Droppings

Hedge05132017Vintage.

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Pumpkin Americans are Outraged

oh161025Verne can’t win. If he ever wins, it means we all lose, because without Verne losing all the time we don’t have conflict and we don’t have comedy.

It’s not my fault. I can’t be blamed. I’m bound by the conventions of comedy to be mean to Verne.

Verne loses. But hey, Pumpkin Americans win!

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