Saturday, July 07, 2007

Parody?

One of these is today's Mallard Fillmore comic, the other is a parody of Mallard Fillmore from America: The Book.




But which is which?

5 comments:

NYMary said...

Pre-parodied, for your convenience!

Anonymous said...

The local paper dropped the strip earlier this year. They just couldn't take it anymore.

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Anonymous said...

Hey Fillmore, while you're poking fun at frivolous lawsuits, don't forget to leave out Robert Bork's suit against the Yale Club!

Alicia Morgan said...

Mallard Fillmore is a classic case of comedic 'affirmative action'. The un-funniest people in the world (conservatives) have to get their dreary, dismal, anti-humorous comic alongside actual hilarity.

Sad, isn't it?

t said...

I wish I had more time to analyze the cynicism and short-sightedness of this horrific comic every day. Unfortunatley I don't have that time what with this wonderful job market in the US....but Mallard Fillmore really is ubiquitous. Even innocuous old comics are at least comforting and amusing to those maybe a bit older for whom they were perhaps more adventurous back in the day. But Fillmore just laughs at logic....at any bearing to the real world. It is hack-tacular....