Mutts from one year ago today features Mooch inadvertently dismissing his audience with the title of his reading:
Diamond Lil from two years ago. This was the middle strip in a story arc about Stupid the Bird attempting to sell his nest. The other five strips only involved Stupid tangentally so I didn't save them. This one, though, is funny:
I've been saving this one for a while, but today it just struck me as funnier than before. The corporate chain of command as interpreted with perched birds:
Bizarro from one year ago offers an interesting perspective on what defines a "parrot" and a "chicken" ... and it doesn't hurt that the "escaped prisoners" look suspiciously like Telegraph Hill conures.
A take on the fisherman who stops by the fish market on the way home from a non-productive day, from Speed Bump of two years ago.
I have discovered that I have a ton of Cheezburger captioned photos in my archive, so I'm going to try to post one of them per week now. Today's is a mild chuckle referencing that ubiquitous smartphone game ...
A Sunday Peanuts strip (sorry, color not available) from 46 (!) years ago today, featuring the bird character which would officially be named Woodstock a little over one month later.
And we wrap up the Monty story arc with Pilsner's obsession finally driving Moondog out of the scene.
Monty part five. Pilsner is now engaged in wishful thinking:
Part four of the Monty story arc about Pilsner's obsession with his dinosaur ancestors: