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Transcendental Snackitation

oh161111Today is Veterans Day. Thoughts go out to my sister Linda, my late step-father Bill, and two grandfathers, Ken and Joe.

Thank you for your service.

 

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Verne Takes the ClickBait

oh150504You’re probably wondering after a whole week of Star Wars references why aren’t we doing something on Maythefourthbewithyou day. It’s simple. When I wrote last week over a month ago I had no idea of the timing. Because WE DON’T PLAN THIS STUFF! We can barely keep up as it is much less do it in a thoughtful and organized manner. If you want that sort of service and quality you should head over to Rex Morgan M.D. Now that guy really knows how to party. In a thoughtful and organized manner.

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Star Wars in 17 Words

oh150502You know, there was probably a stale snack cake or two in the garbage crusher scene in Episode IV.

Probably.

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Jar Jar Stinks

oh150501 I’m looking forward to the JJ Abrams 7-9 versions. I like his Star Trek takes and I think he’ll improve on Lucas. And with any luck there’ll be  a scene at Jar-Jar’s grave. Can’t wait.

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Let the Force Stay With Him

oh150430 The Force, like all pseudo religious ideas is best left lightly explained. The whole midi-chlorians thing was WAY too much information.  We can understand what the Force is without needing to code it’s DNA.

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Plan Nine From Over the Hedge

oh150429 The second panel is pretty cool. Even with the morie effect. I saw the movie Ed Wood, but I’ve never seen Plan 9. Is it as bad as everyone says or is it funny/bad? Sometimes unintentional comedy is funnier than intentional comedy.

Much like many episodes of Over the Hedge.

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RJ Gets His Priorities Straight

oh150428 Verne looks off model in panel 2. Some sort of temporary nasal enlargement issue. I’ll have to discuss this with our sweat shop Latvian team of toddler cartoonists (tiny hands for tiny strips). And here you thought T Lewis was an actual person.

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