Friday, August 7, 2009

Cash for Clunkers?

Cash for Clunkers?

Now, let me get this straight:

Our government, is borrowing exuberant amounts of money in order to give cash to people for destroying their old cars, in order to to buy new cars?

I don't understand the logic here. Spending more money that we don't have for the purpose of destorying used cars is going to help our economy?

What's next? --Will the government print new money for people to throw away day-old food, to buy new food in order to prosper supermarkets? And so on and on, --where will it all end?

Cash for Clunkers? --I wonder who are the clunkers here?

According to a recent study, new midsize cars will will take a big financial hit if they get into traffic accidents even at speeds as low as 3 mph. So, I suppose now, this will be yet another boon to our economy, by putting more cash into the hands of the collision repair industry. --dc

Waterbed Factory Man, #2 & 3

Waterbed Factoryman, by Don Cole, 1980. Today newspaper, and TV News, Brevard County, Florida. A continuing saga.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Waterbed Factory Man, by Don Cole

Beginning of 'Waterbed Factory Man', a commercial comic strip by Don Cole, 1970's. Published in Today Newspaper, and TV News, Brevard County, Florida.