Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #211 — 5/12/16

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23 Responses to Evil Squirrel’s Nest Comic #211 — 5/12/16

  1. Merbear74 says:

    I thought I turned this channel 3 days ago…

  2. Quirky Girl says:

    I want a refund, too!

    Seriously, there’s so much that’s horribly wrong with our healthcare system, along with the so-called nonprofit organizations with millionaire CEOs. Who needs cures when there are enormous profits to be made? :/

    • Now there’s an angle I could’ve exploited! What happens to all of the people getting rich off these charitable causes if a cure is actually found? There is no job security in eradicating disease…

  3. I’m pretty sure that where the money for my asthma meds went. But hey, who are we to pooh-pooh the good works of the wonderful charitable organizations? They aren’t in it for the money, oh no. They are doing it for the good of humanity. Just like Donald Trump is running so America will be great again.

    • Since I blog solely for the entertainment needs of humanity, who am I to be cynical of all of the fine people out there collecting millions of dollars that seems to be going nowhere but in someone else’s pocket? Tufts of Love will help make charity great again… if not the suffering mangy critters.

  4. Ally Bean says:

    Uh huh. That’s about the way it seems to work. Never could stand any of the telethons, no matter how wonderful the charity was supposed to be. Always seemed like something hinky was going on.

  5. JackieP says:

    That’s about the way it is. Not that I’m cynical…….

  6. 1jaded1 says:

    While you put this in a funny light, big business doesn’t want a cure for anything. That’s why protocols such as eating healthy are pooh poohed. The pharmas can’t patent nature and if they cant synthesize it, it will not be profitable. So fuck the shit that might work cuz it doesn’t make the commas. Sorry, this subject heats me. As for the charities such as ACA, they’d also be out of business…profit or not. *ducks rotten tomatoes*.

    • You are exactly right, and as I noted in a comment above, I hadn’t really thought of it from that angle before… but there’s no incentive in actually finding cures because nobody donates to the National Smallpox foundation anymore….

  7. draliman says:

    Phew, thank goodness this sort of thing doesn’t happen in real life 😉
    And Buster gets a kicking again…

  8. just like politicians should wear “who funds me” jackets, Charitable institutes should wear the “breakdown” on a breakdown coat. No company should be tax free. Relaxed tax laws shouldn’t mean a deck chair and champagne! Well done for speaking up Buster, you don’t need a spleen!
    😀

  9. Gooood one!!!! It reminds me of the faked helper-show we had in tv once… they sent fake buyers to a home owner to buy his house for a fortune before the bank grabbed it…. the guy really thought that he will get the money… and he was surprised as they told him that everything was “free script” … seems not even the critters world is a good place … sigh…

  10. Trisha says:

    Poor Buster. If I happen to discover the herbal cure for mange, I will treat him, free of charge. I don’t know of any herbs that will heal his spleen after that beat down though!

    • The spleen will require another week’s worth of rest and recuperation. Buster will undoubtedly end up being deathly allergic to the magic herbs…

      • Trisha says:

        Hm, yes. I would just end up killing Buster in some horrible way if I tried to treat him with herbs. I doubt any of my books have dosages for possums anyway. I guess Buster is just doomed to stay mangy and unlaid!

  11. Holly says:

    It’s all fun and games until the spleen is hurt…

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