DILBERT’S CREATOR on “Boondocks’ ” creator’s decision to take a break: “Believe me — I understand how hard it is to work on an animated TV show, unless you have a big writing staff like the Simpsons. It’s literally 100 times harder than writing a comic strip. But still — four sentences? Come on. “So I started to wonder what sorts of writing jobs could be easier than writing comics. The only thing I could think of was writing traffic signs. “Hmm… I need a sign indicating that the motorist should cease all forward motion. I’ve got it: STOP! Man, I’m burnt out now. I’d better take the rest of the day off.

March 20, 2008

DILBERT’S CREATOR on “Boondocks’ ” creator’s decision to take a break: “Believe me — I understand how hard it is to work on an animated TV show, unless you have a big writing staff like the Simpsons. It’s literally 100 times harder than writing a comic strip. But still — four sentences? Come on. “So I started to wonder what sorts of writing jobs could be easier than writing comics. The only thing I could think of was writing traffic signs. “Hmm… I need a sign indicating that the motorist should cease all forward motion. I’ve got it: STOP! Man, I’m burnt out now. I’d better take the rest of the day off.
AMERICAN DIGEST

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