How to date, mate and relate. Mixing race, culture and creed.
…which is why it’s so hilarious to watch.
This video is a light-hearted response to some cold-blooded assumptions that are being made about “Swirling” by people–some who are self-proclaimed “journalists” who have never cracked the spine on the book.
You have to ask yourself, why would anyone want to discourage another from reading a book that they themselves have not read? What might they be afraid of?
Le le le le sigh. I really wanted to like this show, because when OG Dallas was in it’s heyday, I’d be plastered next to the television patiently awaiting what outrage J.R. Ewing would wrought, and oo-ing and ah-ing over Pam, but not Sue Ellen, because she was a drunk, bitter biotch. Bobby was hot and a good guy. Never mind that if placed 150 years in the past, the Ewings might have owned my people–I liked it anyway. It just took a bit more suspension of reality when you’re a slave descendant who traces their roots to–you guessed it–Dallas, or at least within a 20-mile vicinity.
We just signed the State Street deal to make “Swirling” a movie, and the ink is barely dry and I’m already thinking about who I’d pick as an all-star cast. Take a look at tell me what you think.
Seemed appropriate, since the zoo that is Comic-Con just wrapped up.
She was inspired by the IRR posts of late…
About the Illustrator Lonnie Millsap is the author of two single panel cartoon books titled “My Washcloth Stinks!” and “I Hate My Job!” Cartoons from My Washcloth Stinks! were included in the American Visionary Art Museum’s ‘What Makes Us Smile’ exhibition. Millsap’s graphics have graced the cover of CD’s by groups as diverse as [...]