Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Why I Am Not a Cartoonist


Hey, I was 15. (I'm proud to see that I included the comma in "No, they didn't.")

5 comments:

Rose said...

Hey, it looks great to me, Bill! Nice to see you found your calling early in life.

E.K. Hornbeck said...

When did you finally lose your virginity, Bill?

Danica said...

The sequential numbering is yet another sign that precision would be important aspect to a future career.

DV said...

It's off topic but I noticed the New York Times now uses "black" instead of African-American. When did black come back?

Editrix said...

This is fantastic.

Alas, when I was a kid, I never drew grammar-related comics. Instead, I drew imaginary candy factories: a mound of, say, shredded coconut would travel down an elaborate system of conveyor belts and be covered in chocolate, nuts, sprinkles, etc., and eventually packaged. There's nothing editorial about THAT. Maybe I missed my calling. Maybe I should have been a mechanical engineer, or one of those competitive dessert-makers you see on the Food Network.

P.S.: I agree that the sequential numbering was very editorial of you.