Tuesday, July 28, 2009

More Alphabetic Misadventures: N is for Nuclear Proliferation


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13 comments:

Ananda girl said...

Well, you never know when you'll need a nuke! Hee hee

Sebastien said...

Thank goodness for Kim Jong Il. He knows how to keep the kids happy.

AlienCG said...

Excellent. Who said Il is a bad guy? He gave Boy and Girl such lovely gifts. I think they should return them to him, though.

laura b. said...

Those children...I find that I want to stay on their good side. They are such scamps!

MrManuel said...

I love the tag, such a nice guy!

Sebastien said...

Aliencg: Mr il is a very generous man!

Laura: I don't think they mean to harm any one. I really don't think so :)

MrManuel: Some like to spread peace and charity through the world, others like to give nuclear weapons.

Tara said...

I like the detail of the package label on the missile in the back there, and the gift tag on the one the little boy is carrying so enthusiastically.

sammy said...

1. i can only assume that the fact that the girl has a colored postage label is a nod on your part towards the feminist movement?
#2. today i feel proud to have the same birthday as kim jong il. if only i could make children so happy...

Pamela said...

Oh, that's hilarious. I love all these.

Gary said...

Hi,

I am happy to see that the alphabet series is still in full swing (now that I am back from Italy I am playing catch up).

I am going to do a post to your talents very soon. You are amazing!

Sebastien said...

Tara: They are so happy. It is important for children to be happy!

Sammy: You have a mighty hero to look up to. Who knows, with time and hard work, you may find a way to spread nuclear terrorism to all the kids of the world :)

Pamela: Thanks so much Pamela!

Gary: Great to see you back, can't wait to hear about Italy!

Zhu said...

Love it!

For some reason, the gift tag cracked me up. :D

Sebastien said...

Zhu: It was nice of him to remember the tag. Hopefully the kids write a thank you note.