"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Yeah, so you might not want your boss to catch you chuckling at this one too much. Good luck to everyone in their grand illusions of productivity for the next eight days. That's right-- ONLY EIGHT MORE WORK DAYS until Season 133.
On Thursday Desmond parts ways with his filthy no-good Buckeye girlfriend.
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This was off topic. She is right there in the second frame. Just sayin'....
The unrealism in these stories annoys me Six-Zero. Clearly the Michigan Man would own the company.
I don't understand what you're trying to do here...
Good thing I set my own hours at work and don't need to produce numbers for anyone else.
Now that I think about it, Tom is doing something which is strangely familiar right now, and I cannot quite think as to what it might be. It is almost as if someone was looking at him read MGoBlog while reading MGoBlog....
I was gonna create some elaborate code that would actually display the SCREEN ON YOUR COMPUTER inside Tom's monitor screen at any given moment.... but, y'know, then I'd have to be doing that instead of reading about Countess and ridiculous laws in Oklahoma.
Walking Dead fans might recognize Six Zero's title for this entry of The Blockhams as also being the title of one of the Trade Paperbacks from the Walking Dead comics.
Based on Tom's appearance in that last frame, I think the association is appropriate.
UV Tears Down Their Goalposts
I waited a long time for today's comic to post, and it was worth it. Good stuff! It's all Montague and Capulet. buckeyes and Wolverines are star-crossed lovers if ever I've seen them.