Jason Williams brings us a new Barwench Tales for our Saturday! Tune in tomorrow for a new “The Gnome Syndicate” by Kevin Vassey!
Like you are one to talk, Sarah.
He can amend it to “Great (at ripping) People (limb-from-limb) Person”.
hey is everybody getting laid off, even toons.
though, in mulling over this toon, would not bill collectors in this recession/depression enjoy job security.
Well, if the bill collection company can’t pay their bill collectors (like Carl) then what happens when Carl comes after his boss for non-payment?
Probably explains why he’s unemployed right now.
a bill collector ‘ resume ===
would it contain a list of people he collected debts from and for who
Bill collectors go out of business. All it takes is getting sued for dishonest practices such as making a habit of harassing people who owe nothing. When I worked down south, I got notices twice from bill collectors for people who’d never lived in the apartment complex I was in. First time I just gave it to my apartment manager, who took care of it. Second time it happened, I got a little steamed and called them myself. They didn’t bother me again. Where I’m at now, I’ve had clods try to find this or that person and despite it being pretty easy to request public records to actually find out who lives where— these idiots are too lazy to do that. The FTC published a report called “Collecting Consumer Debts, the Challenges of Change, A Workshop Report” in February 2009. It’s… ahem… interesting on the “industry,” as a whole. Translating the bureacraticese, you have an industry of law-breakers. This cartoon character would fit some of the bill collector outfits well.
Sarah seems to find the better side of people and recognize the terrible in the seemingly good people. No jerks, only simpletons.
I love these strips!
Wheres todays strip???
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