Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Episode # 321 - November 29th, 2011

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14 comments:

A Corner Stop said...

Enjoy reading your blogs/cartoons; they are fun and cool to read.

Anonymous said...

Price is still such a stuck-up jerk
.And yeah what is with the dysfunctional stuff with everyone.
Brad may have his shortcomings but please dont have him hookup with this obvious enabler Price

Anonymous said...

Like I commented on a previous episode, Price and Brad would make such a lovely couple: they both are cute and stupid in their own, mutually complementary way.

Carles.-

Anonymous said...

I agree with Carles. Have them sleep together and see what sort of disaster it leads to.

Anonymous said...

brad has a strong moral compass

Anonymous said...

About the comment above: "strong" doesn't equal "balanced", does it?
It's not about sturdiness, rather about "tuning".

Carles.-

WranglerMan said...

Sorry to be the grammar queen, but it's "And leave my brothers and me" and "Playing my brothers and me."

Tsk! Tsk! Standards appear to be slipping!

tamayn said...

It'll take time, but Price will learn. It's good to see that things are coming together for him.

Anonymous said...

Always great to read your comic strips but i can't understand why!

Anonymous said...

Nice irony there. While Price, the educated man makes a grammatical error in his use of "I" and "me", Brad the unsophisticated and uneducated guy uses "me" correctly.

Greg Fox said...

I stand corrected! LOL, thank you, to all of my dedicated readers, not only for the comments here, but for the volume of e-mails I have received in regards to the usage of "I" vs. "me". Wow, when I make a grammatical error in the strip, I really hear about it! This episode almost rivals the one where Jean-Pierre was speaking (what I thought was) French... perhaps the less said about that one, the better. But seriously, I do appreciate the input here, and it's rather heartwarming and sweet to know how many folks care about this. I will say this... when I was writing the particular lines in question, I did pause momentarily and think, "is this right? Yeah... 'I' sounds right, not 'me'". I promise in the future, when a similar uncertainty arises, I will seek verification before committing it to print!

Thank you to all, once again... you guys rock!

Anonymous said...

getting the grammar right when a character is speaking ? that's just a little anal and perhaps a restriction on the ability to reveal more about the character than what one learned about grammar in middle school.

whatever one says in vernacular speech is not really an area for the grammar police, especially when it could reveal something about the character and not the writer of the piece.

and charles, I have no idea what you're talking about (or I mean writing about, if we're going to be STRICTLY literal)

Anonymous said...

For the person correcting the grammar.

It's perfectly acceptable writing to not be grammatically correct, when writing conversation.

People do not always speak in perfect grammar.

Writing conversation should reflect how people actually talk, not the rules of grammar.

kasper. said...

Thank you Anonymous. Who really cares about the grammar? Just let us get the jist of the conversation. It's just another way for some to try to put down others. If you understand what's being said---communication is effective. All that b.s.--"you didn't conjugate your verb correctly," "the apostrophy is in the wrong place." Get a life!!!!