Monday, July 11, 2011

Early morning sketch-a-doodle: Suburban Cowboy


  1. Josh Trombley was once was a horse trader in Laramie. There he met Sally Ritter whom he wanted to marry very much. She was torn between two lovers. Unfortunately, she didn't choose Josh. Josh drank heavily for many years after this and was forced to enter rehab. There he found religion and began to play the guitar. Today he is married to a fine woman, Lily Mae, who bakes wonderful pies and cakes. Nowadays, Josh sells vinyl siding. Sometimes he sings lonesome cowboy songs to Lily Mae.

  2. Anonymous10:02 PM

    I think this gentleman is suffering from an identity crisis

  3. Anonymous2:45 PM

    This is Miguel, a mestizo, who constantly apologizes for it, either to his father's hildago cousin or to his mother's cousins who claim to be descended from Montezuma. To solve his cultural dilemma he moved to Lake Charles where nobody would care. There he dabbled in playwrighting, producing many scripts in Esperanza. Nobody cares about those either, so he is unhappy. He's thinking of moving to Argentina because he likes their hats better than this one he got at Walmart.

    Not a practical dude, but his father has money, so what does he care.