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Judgmental, are we?

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And now for something completely different.

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Naiveté

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Alright. Well the video for you this week is from Peanuts on YouTube. Snoopy should think about looking before he right turns next time…

 

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The Future is Bright

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In honor of Lucille Ball’s 100th birthday, just two days ago, I’d like you to enjoy this famously funny clip from her show, I Love Lucy.

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Is the Pope Catholic?

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For this comic strip, I tried out a scenario that I always thought would be interesting. People always use the expression “Is the Pope Catholic?” in order to sarcastically tell someone that the answer to their question is obvious. But what if someone didn’t actually know this?

Anyway, since I have no fancy verbal transition from this cartoon to the video, I’ll just say, enjoy the video. It’s Monty Python! 😀

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Cheater Cheater Pumpkin Eater

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I made this strip because I’ve always questioned the wisdom of cheating on a test. Is it really worth the risk, even if you probably won’t get caught? Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion, and in this strip, Kathy asserts my opinion in her characteristically blunt diction.

And in this video, Bill Cosby asserts his opinion about… dentists. Enjoy!

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Can you hear me now? Good!

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Let’s be honest. This kind of misunderstanding has happened to every one of us before, and it’s actually pretty funny when you look at it objectively!

That’s why I tried to find another example of comedic misunderstanding for today’s blog post.

Who’s on first? Naturally. Who’s on second? No, what’s on second!

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Read the Fine Print

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The idea for this comic strip came to me when I had to sign a very similar form the other day. I thought it would be a good idea to check the whole thing before I signed. After all, nobody wants to be a Martian.

In other news, thanks to Austin Kilgore for suggesting I change the title of the strip from “The Average Life of David Smith” to “The Average Life”. Un-thanks to Twitter, WordPress and Youtube for not allowing me to change my profile names.(To use an Orwellian prefix.) But that’s okay. I guess I’ll just have some ‘splanin (explaining) to do on those websites.

Since this is a comedy blog, I’ll try to post up funny videos for you to watch as regularly as possible. Well, if any of you like slapstick humor, this should be great:

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