Thursday, April 03, 2008

Why Won't He Leave Me Alone?

Steven Colbert is at it again. He's made the Airborne box part of The Colbert Report almost every night, snarkily suggesting last night that the health care problem is bigger than ever now that Airborne doesn't work. Am I upset? No, I'm grateful. Dozens of companies have already contacted me to bring my power of deception to the brands of their stuff that doesn't work. Below, comedian, Ted Alexandro, claims to see Hillary in the packaging for Airborne On the Go, in a monologue from his kitchen.


Blogger PooBahSpiel said...

You have inspired me to dedicate a Return of Stickman to this subject.

11:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go grab some more corporate endorsements, you no talent hack! After all, pre-packaged pseudo-left drivel is a hot fiddlesticks commodity now. Stick figures of no artistic merit babbling that they hate Bush! Fiddlesticks brilliant! Give him a check! You are such an insufferable phony and no-talent waste of space, Dangle. Claim threat to free expression while your useless drivel pollutes pages of free weeklies everywhere - what a brave dissident you are Dangle. I'm sure students in Iran would hail your boldness. My god you suck so fiddlesticks much.

12:21 PM  
Blogger Lloyd Dangle said...

Oh man, this guy sends in twenty comments like this a week! Lots of time on his hands. Must be on disability, I guess.

12:25 PM  
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12:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That guy is funny. I always wondered about how much hate mail you must get from the rabid right fringe, being that your cartoons take apart all their arguments to succinctly. Maybe you should publish a book. Except than shockcorridor would probably cry that you infringed his copyright.

12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure Bush appreciates have shockcorridor to protect his honor....

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love those videos.

8:08 PM  
Blogger LanceThruster said...

The product may not have been able to deliver all that was promised (or assumed), but you are no more culpable than the graphics outfit that printed the box or the truckers that delivered the goods.

Sorry to hear it does not pass muster. My dad liked using the stuff and felt it helped (he's 80)

3:19 PM  

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