Leave it to Zeke to transform a simple new player meet-‘n’-greet run by a seasoned veteran into a meet-‘n’-grief.
We found this time capsule-worthy artifact from when Zeke first started playing pro ball back in 19ahemaLONGtimeago. Straight out of those paperback pro league annuals of yestercentury!
Every now ‘n again we like to break out a silent strip, letting the pictures tell the tale, a lot like that old-timey bald kid Henry used to, through which we…oh, right! Silent! Shhhhh…
You’ll never catch us saying that Zeke’s take on what most people say to him is like a five-year-old’s…mainly because 1) he might hear us, and 2) we’re not into insulting five-year-olds.
Our take on those popular, goofy, star-studded commercials from decades ago, only with critters and yummier-tasting alcohol 😉
WOT?!? Zekinald T. Rhino…reading?! False alarm, gang: the book’s got a ton o’ pictures, and the words to Zeke are all like that teensy fine print on those TV law firm ads.
Here’s hoping Zeke never acquires a filter for his brain, y’know?
Well, heck, if Kevin James and Eddie Murphy don’t read movie scripts before signing on, why should our own Al Macaws and Cris Callingsbird read their copy first? And hey, check out the link below for our first book, available online at Amazon! Amazon.com: Most Everything Surprises Me, But That’s Not The Point!: A collectionContinue reading “Ya can’t make this stuff up. I, however, can.”
Normally, I’d applaud the do-or-die last minute play call, but giving the ball to Zeke and expecting him to keep his head in the game when he hasn’t eaten in, I dunno, eight minutes? Kudos to the home team for strategically situating a food vendor, too…
Amazon.com: Most Everything Surprises Me, But That’s Not The Point!: A collection of Flea Flickers comic strips (9781735671963): Brown, Daniel K, Brown, Daniel K: Books We did a thing, y’all: we’ve officially published our very first book of original strips and other goofiness. It’s on sale online through Amazon (courtesy of the link above), andContinue reading “So…we did a thing…”