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My Washcloth Stinks: Silly Comics Perfect Paperback – January 1, 2010
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A: All are subjects of cartoons drawn by Lonnie J. Millsap III (L.J.M.3).
That may sound like the name of a pretentious White guy, but once upon a lifetime I worked with Lonnie J. Millsap the Third. I knew Lonnie J. Millsap the Third. Lonnie J. Millsap the Third was a friend of mine. Lonnie J. Millsap the Third is no pretentious White guy.
Yes, it's true, Lonnie (J.) Millsap (the Third) was a co-worker of mine at a University far, far away. He and I supervised about 80 college students. Which means that mostly what we did was pitch pennies on top of parking structures for eight hours a day and play video games after "work".
The video game contests we engaged in were pretty ferocious, pretty intense. You see Lonnie is Black and I'm the pretentious White guy. You'd have to travel back to the Civil War to match the Black and White intensity level of our video game contests. I won more video games than Lonnie did, but he won't admit that. Just like he won't admit that I drew better cartoons than he did.
Yeah, we were always competing at something, even to the point of drawing dueling cartoon characters on the chalkboard at work (when we weren't busy pitching pennies or going to lunch).
Now I find that Lonnie J. Millsap III has published a book of Far Side-like cartoons titled `MY WASHCLOTH STINKS'. Well, we don't need no stinking washcloths! But then again, we might WANT one. If not for ourselves then maybe to give as a Christmas or birthday present to that person who has a sense of humor and deserves a gift from us but not a gift that's overly expensive, overly White, overly pretentious, or overly classy.Read more ›
Millsap uses animals and inanimate objects to create his humor. Yes, I realize this is not new in the comics world, but I like in particular the way that Millsap does it to show that everything is relative and that the clueless are among us.