Tuesday, January 19, 2010

David P. Smith Corner


Howdy friends and neighbors, hope you had awful good holidays, by golly, and those crazy Houston Texans almost got to the playoffs.
Today's wisdom: "If'n I knew then what I knowed now -- I probably would not had as much fun!"

Remember, "Don't let your mouth overload your hardware." which simply means "Don't let your mouth write checks your ass can't cash." which translates to "The universe is entropy."

9 comments:

RooniMan said...

Mr. Smith has spoken.

sinner said...

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chrisallison said...

Haha, good quote.

Any chance you could post more boards from your feature work, Jim? I'd love to see more.

Hope you've started the new decade off right. Have a great one, Jim!

Jim Smith said...

The wisdom never ends. Now you know where my twisted sense of life originated. Thanks Dad.
There is a little bit more of the feature boards for your pleasure, kinda wish there was more, myself but if I knowed now what I didn't know then ...

Sid said...

Morning, Jim. I found your blog through a link on Boing Boing. Stephen Worth has been guest-blogging there for a couple of weeks now, and he referenced you on a Buck Owens piece. I've really enjoyed his contributions.

http://www.boingboing.net/2010/01/23/adventure-02-bakersf.html

And I look forward to lurking around your blog now that I've found it. Have a good one, and see you soon!

Vincent Waller said...

Truer words were never spoken

Eric Noble said...

Hey Jim, another solid piece of wisdom from Mr. David P. Smith. Thank you sir. You keep America strong. Thanks for sharing with us Jim.

Hey Jim. I posted a few new posts over at my blog. I was wondering if you would like to look them over and drop a comment. I hope you update your blog soon.

James D said...

Hey Jim, I was looking through some of your past posts- Is the new Looney Tunes you were working on still in production? Or did that get cancelled like every other good idea these days?

Jim Smith said...

Thanks Eric, your comments are lovely.
James, Loony Tunes is still going but the crew has been stripped to the bone. I have been doing freelance on Scooby Doo but it is done and no word about the next installment.