So, it’s come to this: A Simpson’s meme

Posted: August 2, 2013 by Crass Sophisticate in Drawings
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Simpsons-Meme-HurricaneWhile you wait patiently for the new issue, enjoy this scene from The Simpson’s: Season 8

  1. […] So, it’s come to this: A Simpson’s meme – If you’re going to procrastinate, you could do a lot worse than Season 8. […]

  2. cheryl says:

    Organic Happy foods? Supporting Crass? Am I dreaming??

  3. Jeanette says:

    Thanks to Natalie for some sense and for some humanity! I would go so far as to say that panyig courtesy to all people isn’t simply part of the definition of being a man, it’s a part of the definition of being a human that other people are drawn to. This love and encouragement that this gentleman offers may be encouragement, but it is not love. It is offered conditionally on the basis that girls continue to adhere to his preference. Conditional encouragement is simply a manipulative ploy to usher people into adopting the way you want things. So regardless of whether or not this man is sexist, he wants women to change so that he can have things the way he wants. He approaches this issue selfishly. You look so gentle, feminine and pretty that any reasonable man finds that he’d do anything to brighten your day just a tad Gentleness, femininity, and prettiness are aspects which I aspire to adopt, quite honestly. But I find the idea that I deserve more human respect and kindness based on how much of these aspects I’ve successfully achieved to be insulting. It’s the way we are made. If you are made in such a way that you do not have the capability to grasp the value of humans beyond a narrow definition, please do not accuse the rest of men of the same egregious shortcoming.

  4. Rizen says:

    443Great discussion! Thanks to evyerone who has contributed, and especially to Patti, for so eloquently summing it up: i done28099t compete with them on pricee280a6.and they done28099t compete with me on quality. I may have to make this into a plaque for the wall of my studio.I’m on the verge of opening an etsy shop to sell upcycled clothing and such, and have been giving a lot of thought to how to price my work. In addition to the value of my time, creativity, and expertise, I have to deal with the challenge of the cost of my source materials, basically second-hand, recycled clothing. Recycled’ doesn’t necessarily mean free, or even cheap, and I wonder how to convey the actual cost of using them (buying, washing, disassembly, etc.) as a part of my final asking price.I have to believe that I will find those customers out there who understand this, and who feel it’s worth it to make the greener choice.Best wishes to all for a happy and prosperous 2011!

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