Today I was gonna post another drawing but I remembered that 42 years ago, an important era had begun of prosperity, freedom and progress for the cradle of civilisation, the home of science, the clown of the planet. (for those of you who don't know -and have not obligation to, of course-, on April 21st, 1967, some military people's coup turned the place into a huge training ground) Instead of the paranoid and dangerous fascists of that period, today we have their picturesque fans. And they will remain picturesque as long as their authority is limited to the midday TV shows. I hope that we won't need to realise how dangerous they can be. And I'm worried because, even if history repeats itself, people don't seem capable of learning from it. See you again on Thursday.
In the greek language, the word "graphics" and the plural of "picturesque" are expressed by the same word (grafika). So, the guys there say something like "here's our card" and the caption says "my first graphics card wasn't quite as I had imagined it". Today's cast consists of (from left to right): George Karatzaferis (president of the fascist/nazi/far right wing party LA.O.S.), Spyridon-Adonis (it's Άδωνις, not Αντώνης) Georgiades (deputy of the fascist/nazi/far right wing party LA.O.S.) and Panayiotis Psomiades (prefect of Thessaloniki, b-singer, friend of the fascist/nazi/far right wing party LA.O.S, member of the fascist/nazi/far right wing party New Democracy). One worse than the other. Altogether, a pleasant combination. A mind-laxative.