Thursday, April 28, 2016

The view over and under.

The Adventures of Batman (1968), “It Takes Two to Make a Team”

Please let it not look like this.

And more like this....

Kay Nielsen (Danish-American, 1886-1957)
Kay Nielsen was an art nouveau illustrator who specialized in books for children. He worked as a concept artist for the Walt Disney company from 1937-1941. His work was used in Night on Bald Mountain and Ave Maria in Disney’s Fantasia. By the 1950’s, his style had fallen out of fashion, and he died in poverty in Los Angeles.
Red Magic, 1930. Nielsen’s last book for children.

Hey now.

A large elm being cleared of the pest / Fighting the Gypsy Moth / Men at work on the Dexter elm, Malden [Mass.], 1896 / further information

This is pretty much the goal for my back.

Not that I can see it.....

Cut Amethyst

When bat shit crazy parallels intersect

Is it divine coincidence that Robert Lewis's competency hearing is happening at the same time that Carly Fiorina has been announced as Cruz's running mate?  This woman is just as responsible for the the deaths at the planned parenthood clinic by spreading false rumors of video evidence about harvesting organs from living fetus's which incited Lewis to go on his shooting spree.

A deputy tries to calm Robert Lewis Dear, 57, accused of shooting three people to death and wounding nine others at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado, as he spoke out at his hearing to face 179 counts of various criminal charges at an El Paso County court in Colorado Springs, Colorado December 9, 2015. (REUTERS/Andy Cross/Pool/Files)

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


Argus vs Tater Tot


Ms Newmar to you.

Week six of soup.  I'm craving a good burger something awful.

I soooooooo cannot wait until it's warm enough to just lay in the sun!


What fresh hell is this?


I need to know the story here

Running through my head

Rose ice milk in myeongdong, seoul





i can’t stop watching

his hair tho, as the hood flies off

there’s a lot to discuss here

If only it were this easy,

This is actually how I want to pass out books in the library.

After nearly 60 issues, finally, District Attorney Betty Bates LITERALLY throws the book at a crook — which is everything we ever wanted from this strip.

— “Betty Bates, Lady-at-Law” in Hit Comics #63 (1950)