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Catching Rays

Hedge09102018Safety first. Then laziness. Or maybe it’s the other way around.

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The One with Waffle Pops

oh160105I “borrowed” waffle pops from The Naughty List. It’s not stealing if you steal from yourself.  It’s called an efficient reuse of resources. Literary recycling.

Or laziness.

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The One About Emergent Sloth Culture

oh131229I spell slack ninja with ellipses to be named later.

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The Slack Master

oh130108Interesting that you don’t need to see the characters to know who’s who. Kinda makes me question the whole need for actual drawings.

Ha-ha. Just kidding.

Sort of.

Da-dum……Da-dum……..Da-dum-da-dum-da-dumdadumdadumdum!

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Stress Slacking

oh121229RJ represents the archetype of the ne’er-do-well with no appreciable skills or redeeming qualities who nonetheless is charismatic and possesses great leadership skills.

I’ve met many people like RJ in my life. And I can’t stand them.

You’d think then I’d side with Verne, but I don’t like whiny know-it-all professional victims either.

I know. It’s ironic that I write a strip populated with characters I don’t like.

Except for Hammy.

Everyone (even me) likes Hammy.

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The Fine Art of Cheerneeding

I like the bunny with the inappropriately exposed mid-drift.  And Hammy in a skirt is always fun.

The most amazing thing of all?

I got paid for writing this.

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Hole in Cake

Over the Hedge

Full disclosure:  I stole today’s title from bootsattheboar, a Hedge commentator over at comic.com.

Today’s comic is a rerun from 2008.  T and I get two contracted vacation weeks per year.  This does not mean we take vacations. Since we run so close to deadline, we use the vacation weeks to get slightly ahead — only to fall behind by the next vacation week.  We should call them catch up weeks.

Or as Hammy calls them:  Ketchup Weeks.

 

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