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Tuesday, January 03, 2006

First time here? Please start with the strip over at this page. Tomorrow: Continued Darkness


Blogger CamoBunny said...


could it be? are you somewhere here with me, stumbling around on...


go to the light, andre! to the light! run for it!

7:20 PM  
Blogger Erin O'Brien said...

In Cleveland Ohio? With Bush still in the White House?


1:33 AM  
Blogger rev. billy bob gisher ©2005 said...

damn good to have you back, you have replaced gary and berke as my morning cereal companion.

1:52 AM  
Blogger ambiguous wanderer said...


... and camobunny, you too?

Don't give in to the dark side! The force is strong within you.

*hands andre and camobunny a rainbow each*

10:06 AM  
Blogger A. Klemmer said...

Camobunny: You too, huh? Despite how bright the sun may shine, it always gets gloomy this time of year.

Erin: Yeah, even in Cleveland, Ohio. Yeah, even with Bush in the White House.

Hey Rev.: Assuming you don't mean Gary Snyder and Burtha Berke, that's one heck of a compliment you just gave me. And I'd be glad to sit down for Wheaties with you anytime.

Wanderer: Perhaps it's too late for me... (deep mechanical breath) But you... you can still make it...

Thanks for the rainbow.

4:16 PM  
Blogger CamoBunny said...

wanderer: how kind; yes, thank you, dear.

andre: (psssst! hey! what do i do with this?)

9:08 AM  
Blogger A. Klemmer said...

Camobunny: You mean the stumbling around on the dark side? Sincerely? Bright light first thing in the morning for 20 to 30 minutes, I've read. After a couple days, people start to feel a difference. And I saw research that suggested that it needn't be one of those pricey full-spectrum lights. A good flourescent or even bright incandescent would do the same trick. I've tried a few times and think maybe it helps. If you give it a shot, I'd love to hear your experience.

And if you meant what to do with the rainbow, well, play with it. See where it takes you.



5:25 PM  
Blogger CamoBunny said...

oh, i meant the rainbow. if i wear it, people will think i'm gay. if i follow it, i'll end up stumbling across some leprechaun who'll proceed to kick my a** in defense of his pot of gold. if i go over it, i'll be in some weird land where troubles melt like lemon drops and bluebirds fly, and then what would i do with my degree?

but thanks for your concern. i don't really have SAD. i have (make that 'had') MaDD, which also gets worse in the dark dreary winter, but all is well this year!

12:05 AM  
Blogger A. Klemmer said...

Ms. Bunny? What would you do with your degree? You'd treat all the Munchkins, who have a variety of small but unpleasant ills. You'd gained their undying gratitude. And you'd start on the Munchkin Land basketball team, a towering giant in the center. There are worse destinies.

My rainbow has been carefully tucked into a drawer for use in the event of a sunny day.

10:02 PM  
Blogger CamoBunny said...

she gave out rainbows to me and you.
not being quite sure what to do,
i tied my rainbow in my hair.
everyone laughs, but i don't care.

small but unpleasant ills. i like that. maybe i'll put it in the description box on my blog.

5:47 AM  
Blogger CamoBunny said...

... oh, and if you don't mind, it's dr. bunny. i dunno about rev. bbg, but i'm the real thing, baby!

5:49 AM  
Blogger A. Klemmer said...

Dr. Camobunny. Doctor! Forgive me, for I know you've earned it. And I appreciate that you practice medicine at a time when too many MBA's stick their foot far too far inside the door.

Like your poem again, too. And think you look good with a rainbow in your hair.

7:31 PM  
Blogger CamoBunny said...

i look like a raving idiot with a rainbow in my hair. but my patients like it.

10:02 PM  
Blogger A. Klemmer said...

Well, yeah. But that's what we like about it, that "raving idiot" quality. And if the patients like it, well, what's a little embarassment in staff meetings?

7:37 AM  
Blogger babblingdweeb said...

Why do I feel like I'm the only one not in the dark, yet that makes me in the dark?

1:27 PM  

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