After weeks of nothing much happening, here comes a real mishmash of a week. I’m inking like crazy to finish “History Times” on schedule, and dealing with the creative results of that (leaps in understanding of Gale as a character, mostly, along with some developments in Kekionga history), while trying to watch as much of the Olympics as I can (I’m writing this on my tablet in front of the pairs free skate right now), and thinking about the new used lens, bought on sale last weekend, which is slowly coming to room temperature in the studio.
It is only into this kind of week that one of the highlights of the year, the Chicago Auto Show, can come as a surprise. But I went today, in spite of all deadlines and frozen lenses, and had a tremendous time. It was a great show with some great “best of”s and there will be more posts about it as soon as I can deal with my photographs.
But for now, as a teaser, I offer you an actual Joke I Heard At The Auto Show. Note that the person who me this joke was a young woman in her 20s, not a second grader.
Here we go.
Q: What’s brown and sticky?
A: A stick!
This is a great joke. I heard it at the Auto Show.