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About the Author: G.B. Trudeau

Garretson Beekman Garry Trudeau is an American cartoonist, best known for the Doonesbury comic strip In 1970, Trudeau s creation of Doonesbury was syndicated by the newly formed Universal Press Syndicate Today Doonesbury is syndicated to almost 1,400 newspapers worldwide and is accessible online in association with Slate Magazine at doonesbury.com In 1975, he became the first comic strip arti

10 thoughts on “But the Pension Fund Was Just Sitting There

  1. says:

    Contains the marvelous segment explaining the principles of Californian English If you don t know it See Rick, in its way, mellow speak is a remarkably economical dialect What Dr Asher has done is reduce language to only its most essential components Here, I ll show you Give me a line to translate How about this The moon like a flower in heaven s high bower, with silent delight sits and smiles on the night William Blake, right Okay, let s see In mellow speak, that would be Oh, wow, look at the moon Duane, we ve got to talk

  2. says:

    The difference in writing style, subject matter, framing of shots , etc etc etc, between this 1979 and The President Is a Lot Smarter than You Think, which was I think 1975, is mind blowing This will sound overly dramatic, but I think we are so lucky that Trudeau was given the room and the ability to grow and grow with his strips, that they were allowed to become the magic that they did I mean, when he started out, how did people know from those amateur, self indulgent, semi clich strips about hippie longhairs and college kids arguing with their parents that Trudeau was going to become one of the most original and brilliant comic strip writers ever There s probably something to be said here about the way the comic strip industry works, then, but I don t know enough about it to start making those claims

  3. says:

    Peerless Pandemic Distraction Reading.

  4. says:

    Featured a protest when the Shah of Iran visited Never saw those masks before

  5. says:

    On the 5th tour through the entire Doonescape It never fails.

  6. says:

    Always entertaining.

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    The mid Carter years weren t the high point of anyone s version of American history, but Trudeau did a good job holding the crew together through the Korean ethics scandal in the house viewed via Lacy Davenport, who charmingly forgets about her primary , the beginning of the end of the Shah s rule in Iran, the continuing descent of television standards which hadn t begun the slide from the pinacle One of my favorite Uncle Duke sequences kicks the book off and former Viet Cong Phred, now ambassador to the United Nations, provides a decent enough backbone for a decent enough collection.

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    Kissinger and the Shah in this one Raoul Duke Shirley Maclain Exxon Oil Carter as President.Alexander Haig Tip O Neill.

  9. says:

    Uhh yeah, as a 6 year old, I read this book over and over Did I understand it no, not a word.

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