One thing I noticed about my cats is that they seem to be mean. They catch a mouse, and they don’t just want to eat it, they have to torment it. They are among the few animals that like to dilly dally for the sake of entertainment. I think this is why we project a [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Caleb’
Look! It’s the famous Mr. Black! And there’s that dog guy again. I didn’t know if you guys caught it yet, but Caleb is Hebrew for “dog”. This page used a lot of black ink, which means I had a lot of fun sloshing that sumi ink around.
I’m going to trademark that saying, “You got chumped, chump!” In a few years from now, when the President of the United States says, “You got chumped!” you’ll know where it came from. That saying is my cultural legacy to the world. Here are the rules of the phrase: 1. You may use the phrase [...]
The dog security guard reminds me a lot of The Island of Dr. Moreau. When I was a kid, the 1977 film adaptation came out and I was mesmerized. It featured great animal make up and I remember looking at my Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine studying each creature from the film. H.G. Wells is [...]
“…for I have come to bury Caesar, not to praise him!” It was going to be that or a Van Gogh reference. If yesterday’s blog post made you think I was above making cultural references, I’m not. But quoting Shakespeare has little more longevity and portents than “DON’T TAZE ME BRO’!” But the main thing [...]
If I wanted to just lazily reference my culture instead of come up with something witty and interesting I’d say “DON’T TAZE ME BRO’!” right about now. There are some things I regret having in my mind, and that saying is one of them. My contribution to culture is Ratfist. Perhaps one day we’ll wince [...]