Oh, that Prickly City
A total of three silent penultimate panels from the L.A. Times and elsewhere:
Monty by Jim Meddick
Prickly City by Scott Stantis
9 Chickweed Lane by Brooke McEldowney
Josh points out one from yesterday with a particularly useless SPP:
Things like this are the reason I'm around.
I don't want to get into politics, but I do want to mention how much I dislike today's Prickly City. This week, the coyote and the old-conservative-man-trapped-in-a-girls-body have been talking about illegal immigration. The coyote claims that his pack employees "undocumented coyotes." (And I don't want to get into how the word "coyote" has an entirely different meaning in the context of illegal immigration.) So, today, we see an "undocumented coyote," and of course, it's an obvious stereotype. Okay, that's fine. I'm not going to play my part in Stantis ' game and act all insulted. But after using certain ethnic imagery here, Stantis can not pretend to define his stance on the issue in terms of economics and protecting wages.
And that's all I'll say about that.
I promise no politics tomorrow.