This is borrowed from Good Heavens as a response to all the deaths in the news. I was OK with all of them until I got word that Walter Cronkite passed away. He was cool, and epitomized what a news anchor should be: a newsman, not a celebrity. He voiced some of the most important and memorable stories of a generation, from Kennedy to Vietnam to the Apollo program to Watergate. His voice will be missed.
So, on to this, our regularly scheduled cartoon.
Perhaps you can see why I don't mind interrupting it. I'm not even sure what this one means...
- NEWS FLASH: Check out the August edition of The New Era, page 35.