Friday, April 29, 2011

Lesson

                                        Homer’s life lesson advice :o)

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  1. This made me laugh
    This made me laugh
    This made me laugh
    This made me laugh

    tee hee brilliant as usual.

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  2. Great Homer; This made me laugh, too ;)
    I always like to check your work early in the morning because it makes me smile and thus it makes my day. Have a good one Jack!

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  3. OK, I must have taken it a totally opposite way from everyone else, Jack. I too it as "Never try, just do it." If you try you are not sure you can and that sets you up for an acceptable failure. If you just do it you never fail, you just find out what doesn't work. LOL Doesn't anyone out there think like me?

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  4. Homer's one of my favorite television characters

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  5. laughing laughing laughing .......

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  6. And look how happy Homer is in life! I will take this lesson to heart. Thank you, Jack! :D

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  7. This is made me to laugh like anything..
    Homer is giving great advice.
    This great lesson for all . Thanks for this nice blog.Magento Themes

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  8. hehehe :)
    great drawing of Homer :)

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  9. Aaah, spoken by the wisest man ever lived. Seriously Jack, I used to think how great it must be to have a brain like Homer. Life would be so much easier... all you need is TV, a couch and oodles of donuts. (^_^)

    Marvelous work, of course. You nail it every time.

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  10. but if Homer had never tried (and failed miserably) he wouldn't have ANY lesson to speak of.
    HA!
    ~~sprinkle THAT on your doughnut, Homer...

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  11. unless it involves donuts.

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  12. Jack, you really know how our yellow friend thinks. :)

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  13. Heh, I laughed at this even when I saw it as a thumb nail on my blog. Jack if laughter was lawn grass, you'd have a whole forest of it hanging round your place.

    thanks for the endorphin injection

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  14. Poor Homer. Someone should give him a few of your pointers. You have many words to the wise for this fellow. But then again, this is Homer. You may not have a chance of changing him. Great illo.

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  15. DOH! As always, you have us in stitches! Pass the donuts!

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  16. heheheh! Great work Jack!

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  17. I think you must be racking up karma points for spreading smiles Jack! Love your egg recipe too!

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  18. Thanks for coming to my blog and for the very nice comments. You're too kind. (Or maybe just the right amount of kind.)

    You've captured the essences of Homer, I must say. This is very fun.

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  19. Sound advice, and my new motto! Thanks for a great piece, and the inspiration! Okay, $%#@ this drawing business, I'm going to Moe's!

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  20. Hahaha... good one Homer. I like your version of Homer much better then the Simpsons.

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  21. heh and a visit secondo from me too just to make sure I laughed twice - and I did..

    happy weekend Jack!

    (it's always Friday in oz!)

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  22. Thanks for your comment on my blog - I like your Homer idea! Well done!

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  23. Great Homer! (but I don't think I'll follow his advice..)

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  24. Hey Jack, you're right in my wheelhouse with a Homer Simpson tribute this week! Great job on this. I love seeing my favorite characters interpreted in different artists' styles. Thanks also for checking out my entry and leaving some feedback. I really appreciate it. Great job, and let's keep this cartoon train rolling..

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