Thursday, February 25, 2010

Contest TONIGHT, Cartoon Right Now

Bizarro is brought to you today by the Assassin's Handbook.

I've often wondered who first thought of the tear-off-a-strip-of-paper ad. It really was a stroke of genius: simple, effective, inexpensive. It caught on like wildfire and swept the world, whoever first came up with it must feel very proud. They've done more for the world than most politicians ever will.

My good friend, Cliff, came up with this idea. I don't know why. Cliff spends most of his time in a teepee outside of Dickshooter, Idaho, and occasionally an idea for a cartoon will pop into his head and he'll mail it to me on a postcard.

Later today will be another cartoon contest. I'll post it at 7pm Eastern Time. I hope you will play.


P.L. Frederick said...

I have nothing major to say, just "hee hee hee!" May people in teepees live long and send postcards often.

P.L. Frederick (Small & Big)

monsterzero said...

my kid thought this was hilarious! (as did i)
after seeing this comic, he's been making "free pieces of paper" ads and putting them up around the neighborhood. people have been neatly tearing off the individual strips.
ha! go figure.

patrick said...

Hey, I posted one of those tear-off flyers just last week (but mine actually had information on the tabs)!

Anonymous said...

Why is there no Wikipedia page for Dickshooter, Idaho? Surely there must be a fascinating story behind that name.

jan said...

If Cliff is rolling stuff in that teepee, this jokes get a whole new meaning. At least for Europeans..