Jan and Damon continue their dressup while Sam makes a salient comment in today's Day By Day.
Cox & Forkum deals with the USA's "assimilation problem".
Yesterday's Ipso Facto reminds us all that you can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can never fool Mom.
4-Block World takes on the topic of drive-thrus. You know, a drive-thru at Hooters almost makes sense, or at least being able to "call ahead and pick it up". It would give the term "grab and go" a whole new meaning, wouldn't it?
I thought today's Dilbert was a classic. I've actually worked for people who thought like the PHB.
Today's Big Nate makes an interesting point about fame.
Drabble makes me think of the theme from "Cheers", the part about "everybody knows your name".
Looks like Get Fuzzy is picking up where it left off last week, with a minor modification.
Looks like Mike's working a deal with his wife in Unfit. We all do this sort of negotiating, don't we?
I don't know how many of you are going to get the joke from today's Working Daze, but I, sometime gear-head, thought it was funny.
That's all I have for today. I'm thinking that I should check out some other cartoons. Any suggestions?