perkulator's comment history

perkulator said...

I'm surprised these birds of a feather, didn't flock together with everyone else and lay most ALL the blame on Obama.

June 15, 2010 at 8:52 a.m.
perkulator said...

Ain't that the truth....and when you think about it, a lot more us may be erased out too, just from the residual chalk dust.

April 5, 2010 at 7:09 p.m.
perkulator said...

Wow, we're all living in some really, really complicated times of communication. The three Gang signs, made me think way back in the 'e80s and '90s, when my son was a teenager, I'd often give him three quick signs of "approval or optimism": o'kay, thumbs up, and victory "V". Now a days, I'd be afraid to start a war with those same signs...depending with which group, city, state, or country I'm in Like this Prof. J. Rufus Fears says in these in these audio CDs about Great Books....we need to read and extract as much good info as we can from the great ;minds or thinkers of all times....and try to live with wisdom, truth?, courage, and moderation. Or, like my mother always said: (think she borrowed it from a song?) Accentuate the POSITIVE, eliminate the NEGATIVE, and don't mess around with MR. INBETWEEN! Be happy, be positive, we'll probably get through this mess, somehow. And, in the meantime stop using "California" as the scapegoat for all our ills.
Clay seems to be doing the best "he can" along these lines, with his medium of choice: editorial cartoons.

March 30, 2010 at 1:02 p.m.
perkulator said...

"Well, shut my mouth!" I'm momentarilly speechless! But, at the same time, I can't help but wonder if they couldn't use that darn 'ol sign in some of those underachieving urban schools? Ya know the ones that have 3/4 Hispanic "inrollmints", where they're firin' the teachers right and left We'd see a dramatic rise in test scores. (ps all misspellings are intentional)

March 25, 2010 at 2:06 p.m.
perkulator said...

Let this be an "object lesson" to him (the Republican / Conservative "Obstructionist"). ."Obviously" he stuck his "left" (elephant) foot out first (trying to trip up the Democrats)....and got run over by all his own kind*. Which, I guess you could say, "adds injury to insult". * the jeering crowd in Clay's "For the Win" cartoon..and the horrible hecklers on the Capitol steps PS Inappropriate quotation marks intended...as a "my" form of emphasis...sorry you spell and grammar checkers.

March 23, 2010 at 9:58 a.m.
perkulator said...

Awe...sOme!!!! Baby! Obama stood in there against a a crowd of naysayers, and made the crucial extra points. The shot may not have been a "nothing but net" deal; bouncing here and there off the rim of defeat...BUT at the buzzer he sealed the game. Hooray for him, and our country. Luckily Clay, your "fan"tastic cartoons don't come in animated / sound form I can only imagine the "foul" language we'd hear.

March 22, 2010 at 10:37 a.m.
perkulator said...

I'll be darn, it must be catching...as I just made an "error" too in my "hasty" attempt to write the previous comment. I stuck an extra word in, the "will", before the desired "we'll"..... Live and LEARN!

March 20, 2010 at 4:22 p.m.
perkulator said...

Clay, Something tells me will we'll be seeing more variations of the Public Education theme. Your clever cartoons can speak "volumes" in the effort to see how we can "improve our schools" without hurting the many good teachers who keep trying to do their job with love.
If you, in fact did make a spelling error, we're not going to write you a pink "slip" or fire you! Drawing editorial cartoons is a life long learning process...just like real education. I admire your honesty.

March 20, 2010 at 4:14 p.m.
perkulator said...

"Clay" is a CHAMPION.... Let's get ready to rumble! He's a cartoonist with "his pen on our pulse"! (no matter what the topic)

March 18, 2010 at 4:36 p.m.
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