Friday, November 2, 2012
The Funny Pages Dialogue_ Let's Go Shopping
And, we have nothing against Pastis, who is a Greek-American, although we may ask Jim Toomey who draws "Sherman's Lagoon" to create a character called Karamanlis the Octopus, after former Greek Prime Minister Kostas Karamanlis.
So, with that, here is some dialogue from comic strips featured in the Oct.14, 2012 edition of "The Roanoke Times."
"Shopping? Ok. I've got $126.13....How much do you need? (from "For Better or Worse")
"White Castle Rules!" (from "Agnes")
"What Happened?" (from "Baby Blues"
"Well, I'll be. She's sound asleep!" (from "Classic Peanuts, a line said by Charlie Brown)
"So, what's going on here?" (from "Funky Winkerbean")
"Take a look at this resume" (from "Dilbert")
"What's wrong, Red? You look frustrated." (from "Sally Forth")
"Tomorrow is another day." (from "Garfield")
"We need a little bull session after the game." (from "Hi and Lois")
SIDEBAR: We are diligently waiting for the score from today's Wake Forest-University of North Carolina women's field hockey (well, we believer, men's field hockey which is very popular in Pakistan, is not an NCAA sport) in the second round of the ACC tournament. The Tar Heels are hosting the Demon Deacons in Chapel Hill, NC, and the game is in session as we speak.
But, the reason for this mention is because we noticed in yesterday's edition of "The Daily Tar Heel" that UNC midfielder Kelsey Kolojechick has a very long name! UNC beat my alma mater Radford Univeristy* at home in their final regular season game 6-1 but we won't hold it against them.
For Wake Forest, Jess Newark, a freshman, scored a goal and two assists in the team's 3-1 first round win over Boston College.
And, we will salute Alayna Versage, a junior for RU, on being named all-conference in her sport (the Highlanders do not compete in the ACC).
Of course, field hockey has become a bit more popular since the gold-medal winning Dutch field hockey team got lots of coverage at the London 2012 Olympics.
*Radford University is located in Radford, Virginia.
THIS JUST IN: Though we are not in Chapel Hill, we can report a final as UNC wins over Wake Forest 4-0 to advance to the ACC final, which UNC will also host. Kelsey Kolojechick had an assist in the victory.