Bertrand Russell also said, "The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts." Hmmmmmm, Mary.
Today's full strip
Chester the Dog - Mary's hairy gloves have been removed. Yet, she still holds her hot drink. Now that's some legerdemain! Next up:Olive: Tell me about Nichomachean Ethics, Mary.
It's Valentine's Day, yet there is no floating head of Doctor Jeff emanating from Mary's cup. So, so sad.
Wanders, your "secret message" is incorrect! I see a gray couple out there cavorting with the white folks.
Ooh, Wanders! Sick burn!
Over two weeks of skating metaphors. Someone call Dr Kevorkian.
Carlye, well said, I'm in line right behind you for the Doc's Kool Aid!
Mary has a serious case of man-hands in the last panel! (See Seinfeld, "The Bizarro Jerry" episode).
How can anything be more boring than Dawn watching Game of Thrones?
When I was about Olive's age I spilled scalding hot cocoa on my hand while wearing knit gloves. It made the burn worse because I couldn't get the glove off quickly. I had a humongous bubble of a blister right between my thumb and first finger. I share this cautionary anecdote with you to make this story more real. That child is wearing gloves and holding a hot drink which could escape its boundaries. Boundaries, free will, pratfalls on ice. What will the end game be?
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