Sunday, March 05, 2006

Chemistry is Important


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Thanks for stopping by. New strips will be posted at least 3 days a week until the real action starts on April 2nd.

I hope everyone is enjoying themselves.

33 Comments:

Blogger Aaron said...

This is great! You're a talented illustrator indeed. I look forward to seeing your chronicling of the season.

11:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's a good thing you're showing the White Sox utter lack of ability to win a game.

11:54 PM  
Anonymous 40 OZ said...

Would you do all of us a favor and please go away. There has to be other things in life you can do seeing you are such a "talented illustrator".

You suck ass you donkey raping shit eater.

1:31 PM  
Anonymous Sam said...

Wow, lots of negativity here!
Don't listen to 'em. Keep up the excellent work!

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe 40 oz can enlighten us with some more great quotes from the last century...

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK WITH THE PALEHOSE SIX!

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Uncle Jimmy said...

I guess there's a lot of people still a little touchy about Oct 2003.

I guess if you follow a loser, you become one.

(And of course then hide behind pseudonyms.)

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Carl Brutananadilewski, from New Jersey said...

These drawings are frikkin awesome! The mark of quality is that you can recognize the players/coaches at first glance without having to figure out who it is. Buehrle is the exception, but his outfit captures his personality perfectly! THESE CARTOONS FRIKKIN ROCK!

4:10 PM  
Anonymous ode to veeck said...

your strip is AWSOME!!

Friggin Hilarious!

I need some chemistry but I am totally booked this week!


----Ode to Veeck from WSI

7:50 PM  
Anonymous Erik The Red said...

Fantastic work!

8:13 PM  
Blogger idobcool said...

Nice work, good sense of humor about the personalities on the team.

The rock replacing Baines is great!

GO SOX '06

8:21 PM  
Anonymous Drew said...

Your work is great, but I have an off topic comment. I think we should lower the Jolly Bossard to half staff and take a moment of silence for a fallen man. Kirby Puckett may have been the "enemy", but he played the game right and was a great man. Please, honor a fallen foe. Thank you.

6:41 AM  
Anonymous 40 OZ said...

If being a great man means beating & groping women then I must be a saint.

Dont lower the flag for Puckett.

But to honor him why dont you draw him in as the anchor of the boat. I'd think hed be a perfect fit for that job.

11:03 AM  
Anonymous ace said...

Some of you are obviously not real Sox fans if this bothers you. If you know the team and the team's personality, you would find this to be extremely funny. And I'm sure the team would as well...give it up, it's funny. There's nothing wrong with cracking jokes at your team.

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Drew:
No offense to you or Puckett, I'm extremely saddened that he died and at such a young age at that. It truly is a tragic event.

But he has nothing to do with the White Sox or this strip...

11:08 AM  
Anonymous drew said...

The "Puckett" comment was figurative. I did not expect the artist to incorporate this in his comic. It was more of a comment for all of us to lower our "Jolly Bossard" in our soul and reflect on what this man brought to BASEBALL, not women or the like. Plus, playing 200 + games during his career vs. the White Sox means he has something to do with Sox history. I'm sure the artist will depict current foes in his comics, which I'm sure has nothing to do with the White Sox... right?

1:30 PM  
Anonymous drew said...

And for the record; no offense is ever taken. ;) It's all good over here. The comic is fantastic and I truly enjoy reading it. Always makes me smile. Peace!

1:55 PM  
Anonymous It's Me said...

Y'all realize Kirby Puckett grew up in the Robert Taylor Homes, in the shadow of Comiskey Park.

Kirby was a Southside native, play high school and college ball right here and I'm sure he was a Sox fan before he became a Twinkie.

He is not a foe. He is one of us.

2:45 PM  
Anonymous soxfan26 said...

The hits just keep on coming for Captain Hand & the Palehose!!!

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Puckett also did nothing to acknowledge his hometown. He adopted Minneapolis as his hometown and supported Chicago in no way.

He has absolutely nothing to do with the White Sox. I have friends that grew up in Bridgeport...are they considered White Sox, nope. The point is, he has no affiliation with the White Sox and has not had any affiliation with Chicago besides growing up here.

It's sad, yes, but come on...

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Carl this is great stuff, hope to see it all season long
go go SOXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

my5thbench
Plymouth, Indiana

10:15 AM  
Anonymous Uncle YOU KNOW WHO said...

Man - this is one great cartoon series - love OZZIE as Capt Hand.
The AJ smacking Anderson is destined to be a classic !!
Your out there Carlos and it's a
good thing !!!!
Keep it up - this even beats the series you did for the ISU newspaper !!!!

10:41 AM  
Anonymous Uncle Jimmy said...

Hey 'uncle you know who', do they still play the blues in Chicago? When baseball season rolls around?

3:23 PM  
Anonymous Uncle YOU KNOW WHO said...

Oh yes they still play the blues in Chicago - but for baseball only on the Nort Side.

11:33 AM  
Anonymous Uncle YOU KNOW WHO said...

By the way 4 oz said needs to lighten up just a wee bit. Taking this way too seriously !!!!

11:36 AM  
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