posted by carl at 1:55 AM
That was SWEET!
Is that your version of the Ernie Banks statue?
What is the giant Ernie? I have no idea but I am dying here. Great job! Please make fun of Farmer more too.
What is the giant Ernie? Earned run average, sometimes referred to as an ernie.
Who is that with the bone in their hair?
Bone in the hair? That's probably Dr. Coop...
the giant ernie is good, but d.j. is better . . . he is.
Onomatopoeia. That was a great touch.Is it just me, or does MacDougal look really freaky? Then again, I would too, if I just got b***h-slapped by a giant Ernie.Crash course for those who may not know who's who or what's what in this strip:Guy with bone in hair: Dr. Coop (Don Cooper)Bird in chain: Ken HarrelsonTalking skull: Darrin Jackson
Sisco has a bigger problem with Ernie than MacDougal. He sucked again tonight.
Someone please make D.J. stop calling an ERA "Ernie!"He sounds like a moron—even more than normal.
Onomatopoeia!? I feel as though I should get this... but I don't. I think that I've seen this before.
Onomatopoeia is a word that imitates the sound it represents. also imitative harmony Example:splash, wow, gush, kerplunk Such devices bring out the full flavor of words. Comparison and association are sometimes strengthened by syllables which imitate or reproduce the sounds they describe. When this occurs, it is called onomatopoeia (a Greek word meaning name-making "), for the sounds literally make the meaning in such words as "buzz," "crash," "whirr," "clang" "hiss," "purr," "squeak," "mumble," "hush," "boom." Poe lets us hear the different kinds of sounds made by different types of bells in his famous poem "The Bells." His choice of the right word gives us the right sound when he speaks of "tinkling" sleigh bells; "clanging" fire bells; mellow "chiming" wedding bells; "tolling," "moaning," and "groaning" funeral bells. For An Example:Check out May 11th Picnic in the park. The "POUND" when Aj punches Sweeney in the face.
Sometimes I look so hard for the inside joke that I forget to look at the obvious. It's a real word! No wonder I though that I should know it. Holy Cow, I'm an idiot. Thanks
Yes you are, Harry. Never mention the blessed bovine again.
blessed bovine? I'm not sure what you mean... BTW- My name's not Harry.
Holy Cow ("blessed bovine") was Harry Caray's phrase. So, that's why the guy referred to you as Harry.
Now I'm just having fun! All of it starting with the intentional "holy $*&." I really did need help with the "Onomatopoeia" word, though.GO SOX
Dan Bernstein on the SCORE on the 24th mentioned the strip on the air and said how much he enjoys it.
Dan Bernstein: who cares!?
True that, Mac Jurko and Harry is far and away the best show in Chicago.
Jurko is ok. The other two...painful to listen to.Why is DJ a talking skull?
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