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September 26, 2004
What the hoo? What the hey? | 11:03 PM
Why, it's the beginning of a brand new JVG: the comic strip today! And, unsurprisingly, it's a strip about the lack of strips! How gloriously "metro!"
In equally strange news, a new Andrew Snail adventure arrives bang on schedule: Andrew Snail Should Switch to Decaf!
aeu comments: "Meta?"
JVG comments: "You meta too, but I married'a!"
Lock comments: "You guys plan these, right? "
jba comments: "Nice haircut!"
September 21, 2004
Shocking! Shocking! | 08:19 PM
Confidential to CBS: Instead of apologizing, why not just claim that the news report was "a success," and let it go at that?
lebowitz comments: "Where is the new strip??? Don't tell me you need Lebowitz to fill in again?! Come on, let's get cracking! "
neilfred comments: "Yeah, seriously, I'm getting tired of seeing Cyborg Cheney..."
Leeb O'Witz comments: "For gosh sakes, change the strip already!!!! What's the matter? Are you okay? Have the Republicans paid you a visit or something??"
wvg comments: "Get the filthy republicans off the site ! Change the script !!!!!!!!!!"
aeu comments: "You could just draw some kitties!"
September 19, 2004
Andrew Snail On a Trampoline | 09:22 PM
This week's exciting Andrew Snail adventure: Andrew Snail On a Trampoline!
September 14, 2004
Nothing Can Stop Andrew Snail | 01:44 PM
After an inexplicable and protracted absence, ANDREW SNAIL returns to the stage with Episode 21: Nothing Can Stop Andrew Snail
neilfred comments: "And yet still no Andrew Snail t-shirt."
wvg comments: "Nor sweatshirt, neither. What is the problem ?"
September 06, 2004
Substitute Stripper | 08:42 AM
The lovely and talented ROBERT F. LEBOWITZ, of the Bronx, will be filling in on the comic strip for the next 8 days. Please welcome him with open arms, and treat him no worse than you would me.
neilfred comments: "Nose too small! Oh, I guess this wasn't another contest."
September 05, 2004
Tiny Ninja Theater presents HAMLET | 01:18 PM
Details about Tiny Ninja Theater's upcoming WORLD PREMIERE production of Hamlet... The first brand-new mainstage Tiny Ninja show since October 2002!
TINY NINJA THEATER presents HAMLET
October 28-November 21
at P.S. 122
As usual, seating is limited, so buy tickets early and often.
"Once you've seen its Romeo & Juliet, you'll want to come to back for figurine versions of Hamlet or Othello or whatever else." —The Washington Post
September 01, 2004
Marquee politics | 12:57 PM
Is the Loews Cineplex 34th Street (right across the street from MSG) making a statement with its movie lineup? Among the 12 movies now playing, many have political implications.
Some are obvious:
Some less so:
And some only work if the full title is revealed:
Or am I reading too much into it?
Public Service | 01:49 AM
As a public service to those who missed Rudy's speech, I've put up an entire strip today, with both quotes direct from the address, PLUS a bit of text I'm SURE must have been cut from an earlier draft.
That is, if the ex-mayor has any sense of decency.
gretchen comments: ""that week we thought giuliani wasn't an ass" -- perfect! I forgot that that's precisely how it felt. well done."
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