>Walking Signals

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I’ve had this one in the queue for a few weeks, but finally, this morning, I found the missing piece. I sort of knew what to put in the first three panels, but once I thought of the final panel, the cartoon was ready. The next thought was how to package it. Since I am not a cartoonist, I needed to format the discussion so that two guys in the office could make all the points. That meant it had to be another person who was actually punched by a turn signal. Of course, it also requires that you remember your hand turn signals.

>Run Over

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When you hear statistics on TV or the radio, don’t you have to think for a minute to determine what it means? I do. So, when I heard this one, my first thought was exactly what today’s CoV says. I debated working a multiple panel comic around it, like maybe having the other character react to the ridiculous statement by the blue character, but all that would do is explain what the real interpretation is. I trust my reader to understand it. ‘Nuff said.

>BA Manager

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A coworker came up with the acronym in this strip and insisted that I use it for a Clarity of Vision. I is a very clever acronym, but I had to find the twist that makes it feel like a CoV. Finally, I decided that having him already wearing a Batman mask would work. I also wanted to start the comic strip with another acronym that would be inappropriate in the workplace. Well, that one would be inappropriate anywhere.

>Too Bright

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Of course, once you open the Waldo door, there are other ideas that appear. Here, we find there might be a positive sign to wearing a cap that seems to glow in the dark. This strip also includes a comment on how programmers like to keep the building lighting lower to enhance the visibility of their computer screens. However, when facilities comes in, they need more light while they complete their work. Come on, people. Can’t we all just get along?

>Mouse Basics

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In real life, at some point, things return to normal or even minimalistic after complex situations. So, today’s character returns to as basic as a mouse gets. A mouse. If there is another cartoon in this, I think it might be based on how noisy the office is with these mouse solutions in place, but I have not decided.