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This is highly appropriate for work, these days.

In a not-so-subtle jab at President Trump’s relationship with Russia, Time’s newest cover, for their May 29th edition, features the White House slowly being morphed into Moscow’s St. Basil’s Cathedral.

… just stirring the pile, boss.

The last time I mentioned Garfield minus Garfield, it was back in 2008, when it first came out.

Without the presence of Garfield, the resulting strips consist mostly of Garfield’s owner, Jon Arbuckle, interacting with himself, rather than with his pet cat. The strip’s website characterizes this result as “a journey deep into the mind of an isolated young everyman as he fights a losing battle against loneliness and depression in a quiet American suburb.” Garfield creator and artist Jim Davis has commented on the webcomic, stating that he is an occasional reader and finds it “fascinating” and an “inspired thing to do”.

Apparently, Paws, Inc. published its own Garfield Minus Garfield from 2008-2010, and resumed publishing in 2012.

Just another normal day on the way to school… 

Another hamster went to the big wheel in the sky. Chewie-Chewbacca, we will miss how you gave no fucks about predator-prey relationships, has incredible upper body strength and a complete disregard for cranial trauma.

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