Monday, July 16, 2007

Separated at Birth? Part 3


Homer Bobbe

No more needs be said ...

Well, save that Homer better keep a tight grip on that doughnut. Ever see such a lustful look?

8 comments:

Bobbe Edmonds said...

LEAVE ME ALONE YOU CRUSTY BASTARD!!!!!!!!!!

Steve Perry said...

Yeah, I got your brick-breaking right here, Kid.

Haven't you figured out by now that it's not a good idea to argue with the guy who buys his ink by the barrel?

I haven't even warmed up yet.

Dan Gambiera said...

Hell, how many guys even remember when ink came in bottles?

Tiel Aisha Ansari said...

Ink, that's, like, liquid toner, right?

(I actually learned to use a fountain pen in high school. What a pain.)

Steve Perry said...

Better than stone chisels and tablets. Those were a real pain.

Bobbe Edmonds said...

The cave etchings must have been difficult...

Steve Perry said...

Nah. Etching is the same today as it was then -- just chip away anything that doesn't look like a horse, you got it. Limestone was soft compared to my flint axe.

The drawings were easy -- just grabbe a half-burned stick out of the fire and used the charred end.

Paintings were a little harder, but I mostly just used pollen and berries and like that.

Dan Gambiera said...

We had to use fountain pens in high school, too. They said it would help our penmanship. Hah.