Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich? Also: Bus Stops
This is one of the very few strips that has any reference to any kind of human constructs - I made a decision along the way not to have any of those any more - but this one feels like it was worth it for the deep philosophical discussion:
Hopefully the first signed copies of Sofa Stories are appearing in mailboxes as I type - been sending em out all week! So exciting. Mike even figured out how to send one to Estonia. Get yours while they're get-able!
Here's a little sample, We are especially fond of Reggie:
Reggie always looked forward to his sessions with Dr. Bill. It was nice to have an adult listen to him. He especially liked it when Dr. Bill asked follow-up questions, like he was following along. He even remembered the names of all of Reggie’s friends, which admittedly wasn’t too hard because there were only three. And Brad came up the most. In fact, Brad was the reason Reggie’s parents first brought him to Dr. Bill. But the best part was when they were done talking and Reggie got to pick a candy bar out of the big bowl. He usually got a Twix and shared it with Brad the next day.
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Wow, the Rivendell Bike Ride Journals came, and went, like in two days. They were super fun to make, and I hope everybody has a blast filling them in. I know I will!
More bike sentences show up at Rivendell's Instagram
The Typewriter Story
(Related: I watched a lovely documentary titled California Typewriter this week, I recommend.
It's on AppleTV and Peacock.)
to be continued...
I'm into bus stops (the second one feels kinda Bojack Horseman-y)