Ho”›okipa Traffic Stop for a moment …
We’re in Meme City tonight, at the corner of B.C. by Johnny Hart and Opus, and I can’t decide which turn to take!
Troy says his favorite comic is Doonesbury (we really should’ve guessed that :-) way too deep for me. He asks which one my favorite is, and I’m having the hardest time picking.
Charlie Brown is over in that field looking at us with those Snoopy-dog looks of his… why is that the only place it seems to be raining?
Oooh, over there! That looks like the street I want! Yep, Calvin and Hobbes.
What’s that Jesse? Why?
Because Calvin and Hobbes are as what-you-see-is-what-you-get as they come. They keep it real, ever-confident that their real is way better than good enough.
Meme City souvenirs: I tag the Talking Story crowd up there on the bleachers waiting to jump into the game with Charlie Brown (unless they decide to get out of the rain.)
Next day post update:
If you ever loved Nancy and Sluggo – and who old enough to remember them didn’t?!? – click over to Starbucker’s Meme City storefront and check out his latest offering:
Nancy and Sluggo: How a Comic Strip Made a Difference
Terry starts with his trademark half-full approach to considering memes:
It’s funny how the blogosphere can take me to places I haven’t been in a long, long time. Places that are buried in the recesses of my mind, but once dug up, reveal important insights and clues as to who I am today.