Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Free to wear speedos in public



How we celebrated our independence.

15 comments:

Joe Fowler said...

No words. Except these... I never thought anyone could offend me more then me.

Well done.

Adrian Ropp said...

That was you?

Ken Chandler said...

I'll never sleep soundly again. Thanks Jed! Nice illustration, asside from the offensive content. Ha!

S.T. Lewis said...

On behalf of mankind I must thank you for posting a drawing of this event rather than posting photos. Which reminds me... please tell me there aren't photos.

You have found an interesting twist on the theme of patriotism. I commend you for this... and the drawing is nice too.

Tyler (characters N' sketches) said...

ohhhh baby!!! they are sexy!!

by the way shan ,there are photos!!!hahaha

ohh and thats me on the far right, Jed you made me look better than in person(thanks)

great pic, im still laughing

Kactiguy said...

This is not right.

Goody said...

Only this could make me long to still be a colony of England paying insane taxes on tea and saying things like "God save the queen", "Bloody Hell" or "let me check my shedule."

If freedom allows this, perhaps we should not be free. Wasn't it Ben Franklin who once said, "those who would abuse their freedom for speedos deserve neither freedom nor speedos." Of course in this case I'd say better to have speedos than nothing, so I take it all back. Happy Independence Day and keep those speedos on.

Adrian Ropp said...

I have never seen the word "speedos" used so many times in one paragraph.

Seth Hippen said...

They were so busy celebrating the fact that they could that they didn't stop to ask themselves if they should! Yikes!

S.T. Lewis said...

I think Seth's comment comes directly from Dr. Malcom in Jurassic Park. When I see this picture, the terror and screaming in my head also reminds me of Jurassic Park. No wait... I mean it reminds me of hell.

Ken Chandler said...

Let this be a lesson to us all. "Think before you strip", or "Don't strip and drive"... something like that.

Peter said...

I was feeling proud to be an American. Yeah, I was for awhile... yeah.

Can't deny it's a very good drawing of a frightful sight.

justinpatrickparpan said...

Nice work man. Theirs a great sense of fun in each and every work. Keep it up, for the sake of humanity :)

El Fro said...

Whoa sweet whoa! Who's who? Did you actually do that? I wish I could have been there?

Audrey Gayle said...

I'm never speaking to you again. haha