Friday, July 11, 2008

Life Lesson #162

On my way to work this morning, the school bus driver in front of me put on his blinker to get into the left lane. I watched in disbelief as a dozen cars sped up to pass him.

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Blogger Caro said...

I love your cartoons.

School bus drivers here are mean. Beware if you don't get the hell out of their way. Maybe I know why now.

6:01 PM  
Blogger J.M. Tewkesbury said...

Have you thought of a career as an illustrator for Dr. Gridlock? Seriously! His column would be infinitely more interesting if it had your pictures to go with it. Maybe people would get the point. Or not.

6:41 PM  
Blogger Roxanne said...

I seriously think we need another round of Blog Pictionary. Your skillz should not be under utilized.

7:30 PM  
Blogger BabelBabe said...

Step away from the Paint app...: )This talent will stand you in good stead in the coming years. You have no idea how many superheroes/Disney characters/hockey players, etc. I have had to draw...sigh...

10:56 AM  
Blogger Daisy said...

Long years ago, when I was a newlywed and the economy was bad (like it is now, ahem), my husband and I drove buses. I remember the drivers who would rush to get ahead of us so that they wouldn't have to wait while we dropped off kids, stopped for RR tracks, etc. Your cartoon brings back memories!

5:51 PM  
Blogger Liz said...

Caro- yeah, they're probably fed up with all the assholes on the road.

Tewkes- I read Dr. Gridlock faithfully (misery loves company?), but it never occured to me to ask for a job. Let's see how the part-time librarian gig pans out...

Roxanne- it's been a while! I'll start thinking of clues.

Babel- actually, it was Fireworks, but I can rock the Paint, too. :) Please, god- I'm hoping that having a son will mean not having to draw Barbies, Bratz, or Disney princesses.

(except Mulan. I could maybe be down with that.)

Daisy- wouldn't it be great if school bus wheels had blades that could pop out, like the Scorpion's car in Grease? (or was it fire?)

2:00 PM  

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