Author: S.E. Barcus
We Are the World. We are the Cello.
Bao was rightfully back to her baton — this piece got so crazy, and oftentimes so fast, it would have been impossible to keep these bunch of drunks in sync without a stick with which to beat them!
SUNDAY COMIC: BOYCOTTS ARE NOT CENSORSHIP
While you are most definitely fired, might I suggest joining with Pepe and clownface-emoji … and Elon Musk, turns out….
Sunday (AI) Comic: the Early Bird and the Nightowl
Message to all of you military types, to the fishermen, and the farmers, and all those kids who deliver Sunday morning papers…. To the early-service-7-am-church-going types, and all of you insane chipper folks who jog before work! To all of you, we say — “For too long have we let you ruin our lives! We…
Sunday (AI) Comic: Flood-Drought
By S.E. Barcus Copyright 1-29-2023 Man 1: “Climate change neologisms! Good idea! … How’s about: ‘flood-drought?’ … Or … ‘ffff-rought?’ Or, maybe — ‘drrr…ud?’” Man 2: “Hmm…. That sounds like ‘fraught’ and ‘dread.’ … … Perfect.” For more, see: https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-environment/2023/01/10/california-climate-atmospheric-rivers-drought/
Sunday (AI) Comic: What do you think of George Santos as a Drag Queen?
What do you think of George Santos as a drag queen?
Sunday Comic: Merry Christmas
And he, himself … the Grinch … carved the roast Beast.…
Sunday (Generative A.I.) Comics: If Soccer used NBA stats
If soccer used NBA stats….
Set Antiphaser to Killing It
Mexico City composer Enrico Chapela had a world premiere tonight in Seattle of his new electric violin concerto, Antiphaser. What is that, you ask? Some sort of guitar pedal, (or anti-pedal)? Or was CCM Chapela going to explore the phasing techniques of Steve Reich? No!
Sunday (Generative A.I.) Comics: Midterm Elections 2022!
Hey, everybody! Look what my generative A.I. software came up with when I put in, “fundamentalist Christian voters now have more Faith in the criminal GOP than they do in Jesus.”
House of the Dragon Review:
House of the Dragon dramatizes the foolishness and dangers of caveman Autocracy and poorly thought out means of power-succession, taken straight from real events in human history. As Santayana reminds us, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”