Have you met my friend, “Bill”?
And his friends, Cat Alog and Junqe Male?
Junqe MALE, he he. No wonder there are so many lesbians!
BTW , fabulous artwork . (sorry about using the F word)
Funny, all my billing notices arrive by e-mail these days.
Mine too. My snail mail is essentially composed of “You are pre-approved for this fancy credit card” mailings, coupon pages, catalogs for people who used to live at my address, catalogs for me, and maybe a random card or something from a person I actually know.
Being a general expeditor at a large postal facility. This warms my heart…..I think.
And about the billings , I have to agree : this will certainly be the last use for paper mailing – along with advertising!
And catalogs! ^_^
Is it just me or do these last two pages have a more polished feel than the others?
well, a lot of places here in UK still need a gas bill as proof of address…
In the US, bureaucracies often require current utility bills as proof of residency when applying official documents (e.g., driver’s licenses, library cards). Official city and county directories often are updated only once per year, whereas the utilities keep their customer directories up-to-date so that they’ll be able to get paid.
Yes but like most companies the utilities offer online options.
You can print your own copy of a bill if you need one.
The silly part is the bureaucracy that require a paper copy ends up scanning it into there computer records but will not accept a PDF file from you or the utility company’s web site. BUREAUCRATES !!!
Bureaucrates! He’s my favorite Greek philosopher…
Right up there with Obstacles.
Is Monica hording the artifacts she speculated on earlier?
That looks suspiciously like the ‘Comfy Chair’ of the Spanish Inquisition….
Did she also get the Soft Cushions?
I still get my comic books in the mail and my bills are all paperless online payments, so snail mail is still good for me.
Your comics survive the postal system?!?!
I can’t remember the last time a magazine wasn’t at least slightly marred never mind almost totally destroyed.
Been There … Done That …
Lived in a small community just north of Chicago, Ill.
Remember couple of winters where snow piles out side our back (sliding window) door was just below the top of the door. We could open the sliding door and make a tunnel for seveal feet, before it collapse.
So Much Fun.
You know, if she’s comfortable walking around her place in those clothes given the snow outside, I would hate to see her electric bill.
Depends on the insulation, which in the Twin Cities might be pretty good. And the snow drift would only add to the R-value.
lessee..had 6 (!) x-mas cards, 1 letter to someone I don’t know from someone I don’t know..3 bills..1 catalog for knitting-warez 2 catalogs for ladies’ underwear..(??huh.. despite rumors to the contrary,I do not get turned-on by wearing ladies’ sloggies..grmblgr >( ..) 1 with pizza-coupons (guilty as charged..) my pay-slip with 13th month..mmm.. not too bad a harvest i’d say..:lol:
I have developed a particular distaste for pizza coupons. They only discount a pittance on the most expensive item or required combination of items. Not worth the paper they are printed on. Or worse the coupons cost to make is more then the discount!
Nice Legs??? Heck the whole Package is nice.
Mr . Taylor’s unique style and personal flair for head and figure drawings , is the main draw for me . (The writing ain’t to bad either .)
Looks like the new issue of “End Of The World Monthly” has arrived.
Rupert – “It’s the end of the world.”
Scoobies – “Again?”
Rupert Giles, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
TV series, Season 4 Episode 11
Title – Doomed.
(I am so embarassed that I know all that.)
Since the mailman seemed to appear as a meso-american glyph, I’m going to hazard a guess that one of those letters will launch the next story-arc.
I hope so. It would be nice to get back to the story line.
He may look a Egyptian or Meso American but I still think he was running when he got slammed against the door. (Ouch)
The vast majority of my bills are now arriving by email. I am on the national ‘do not mail’ list so I don’t get catalogs except for those few companies I actually buy from occasionally (and even they are moving to email for economic reasons). About the only thing in my mailbox lately are those few leftover bills, the weekly local flier and my latest Netflix disc
I can’t decide which panel I like better.
That’s the great thing about it. You don’t have to.
The first panel does, however, seem to give her a Popeye type forearm due to the foreshortened view.
To be completely honest, Mon’s forearms weren’t my focus.
Well, aside from the need to prove your residency, bills are going the way of the post card as well. That doesn’t mean they’re going away all together
Remember, letters in the USPS are more secure than email (unless you encrypt your emails, and how many people even know how to do that), tampering with mail is still a felony, and unopened written material is still considered poor man’s copyright. And it’s still cheaper (and frankly more reliable) than UPS.
On the other hand, emails don’t cost 44¢ (or more) to send (as long as you have the computer and web access, even if only at the local library), or take 2-3 days to get there.
If a Bill is over $100, it should be called a William.
Not to be confused with a Will, which happens when you get money and/or other people’s stuff in the mail on purpose.
My downstairs neighbor has the same last name as I do, and the mailbox numbers don’t corruspond to the apartment numbers. Mail is hit or miss around here.
tegami bachi would make delivering the mail AWESOME!
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