Comic The Queen of the Cosmos

Elena - The Queen of the Cosmos

 
This is a very recent cartoon. The phrase "Home of the Brave" is in our American National Anthem. I'm not posting this for the politics, however. I'm posting it so everyone can see how good the Queen looks in a bikini.

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Elena - 16.09.09 14:50
I just got back from visiting Weimar. Lots of election posters up all over the place. I always get more news about the United States when I'm in Germany than when I'm here in my own country.

If you're in Weimar, make sure to go see Der Bajazzo and Turandot at the opera. My daughter directed these!
 
OMB - 06.09.09 11:51
Tanks for the Timiditas & Deditio explanaition! That's great
(I first thought it's a reference to some shakespeare charakters )

I've known about the healthcare debate from The Daily Show (public option = euthanasia, Obama = socialism). It's even been coverd by news in Germany. (Where the co-existance of private and public option lead to a 2 class system of healthcare - which is "good vs. bad healthcare" instead of "fair vs. no healthcare"...)

And 2nd amendment debates are always funny - seen from an European perspective (which happens to be the planet I am on )
 
Elena - 06.09.09 05:47
Conservative blogger Roger Kimball suggested Yale change its motto "Lux et Veritas" (Light and Truth) to "Timiditas et deditio" (cowardice and surrender). This is kind of funny since our entire healthcare debate presently turns on conservatives being afraid of socialism ruining America. This is the "public option" reference. Anyhow, this cartoon really hinges on a lot of obscure knowledge. Also, the phrase "What planet are you on", is an American idiom meaning "Are you crazy?"
 
OMB - 03.09.09 12:25
of course this is not about politics but about how good the queen looks, especially in contrast to the ehm.. brave-ish aliens.

but seriously: your explanaitions for a german audiance are always helpful. only that in this one I wonder if your average "home of the brave"-based reader understands timidas et deditio?
I had to look it up in a dictionary. and i studied Latin in school
 
Toeby - 03.09.09 11:13
I like the faces from the aliens, especially the guy from the second panel!!!
 
cSTRAUSS - 03.09.09 08:56
yeah this was a crazy action... the provoking cartoons were not really realized until some guys showed them to al quaeda a half year later... and when it was allowed for us to see some of them... not one of them was really funny or good... i never understood this hole mess

but the queen really looks good!!!
 
Elena - 03.09.09 05:37
Addendum 

This is really what the cartoon is about. A book about Danish cartoons published without the cartoons:

http://www.brandeis.edu/now/2009/august/klausenbook.html
 
 

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