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I JUST LOVE IT!!!!!! We need HUMOR to survive today’s stressors.
The Anglican Consultative Council
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this is WONDERFUL Dave. You’re a genius
Robert Tuck says:
My own cartoon is being sent to you as a separate email attachment since it would not copy and paste into this space.
rev mommy says:
Beware — we may start throwing muffins back.
Why is the phrase “you cannot put a muffin in a monstrance” running through my head now?
Does everyone (sic) love the saxophone because it’s an “anglosaxophone?” If so, some music lovers may choose to sit out, waiting for the true “orthosaxophone.”
Karen in Kaslo says:
You’ve succeeded in bringing a smile to what is certainly anything but funny…so thanks, Dave!
mark given says:
Not really funny. Well? Funny if you like Saturday Night Live’s sort of humor.
Dora Smith says:
And I particularly like the accurate drawing of the AB of C.
A refreshing take – badly needed!!!
Andrew Deuchar says:
As local organiser for the ACC here in Nottingham, I can testify to the accuracy of the cartoon!!! Even to the point of the saxophone, that was played with spine-tingling effect at our diocesan service to welcome ACC, and possibly was the simgle most commented on event at the Conference!! (It was Christian Forshaw, playing his setting of ‘Let all Mortal Flesh Keep Silence’ as the opening hymn. It was amazing, and establishes the saxophone officially as an instrument iof unity!
Please can you publish your other ones, the Windsor report one was particularily inspired.
I hope one day I’m drawn in dotted lines, what an honor!
The Windsor Report cartoons are here Tiffer – thanks for the kind comment and glad you enjoyed it anyway.
Heh… very good. A perfect representation of the Anglican Church… and I worship there some of the time so I can say that.
Tessa is right… we DO need humour. And that was funny
Graeme Smith says:
I know this is an old one but I’ve only just noticed it. I used to work for the Anglican Communion Office and did both a Lambeth Conference and the Dundee meeting of the ACC.
Your analysis was pretty close to reality from my experience (including the dancing!!!)