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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Minions #92 - Replacement Value

(Yes, I know the cartoon actually has "Minions" incorrectly spelled. I'll fix it after the storms pass!)


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Don't miss the latest reality programming from your Minion Master, following the usual commercial rerun...

While waiting for your impending doom, shop:
THE MINION'S LAIR OF MERCHANDISE
"Where all our customers are satisfied, because those are the ones we allow to live!"

and

NUMBER TWO'S HOUSE OF NAUGHTY

(Oh, come on. You know you want to be naughty!)

Join the Minions reminder email list or we will send a presidential candidate to kiss all your babies!* It's free, it's easy, and you'll never miss a Minions at Work cartoon (or if you do, it won't be our fault!)

*Actually, we're just going to send Minion Number Two and he's just going to bruise the little tyke's face with his gas-mask. This, however, is still better than being kissed by the candidate.)

A Live Report From Hurricane Central from your Minion Master:

Greetings, Gale-force Friends,


Just a quick note now. Maybe I'll add more later, but we're braced for a serious storm here, and I'm expecting the power to go out any moment. Didn't have time to do a new cartoon this week, so I'm pulling the last one out of my inventory without hardly even checking to see what it is. Hope it's funny! Maybe! Hopefully I'll be back in the Minion business after this blows over (ha!) Monday afternoon. See you on the other side... (Possibly I'll update this later in the week, if I'm able, and if there's something to report...)

-Stormy Steve

1 comment:

karenfedway said...

Hope you come thru the storm okay. I drove up to Vancouver, Canada on Saturday for a birthday party on 1/4th tank of gas. Got stuck on a hill (snowed & froze), and had to stay overnight. The drive home Sunday, Dec 2, took the rest,3/4th tank. Driving head on into 50mph winds. Lots of cars on side of I-5 from spin outs. My 1983 tank, I mean Chevy, is too heavy to leave the road. Snow turned to rain just south of Bellingham, WA. Hope you don't have to go without power for long. Storm looks bad in your area.