Geranium Lake Properties, baby carrots (human)

© lcmt 2015

This list was written in pencil on the back of a sketch of today’s cartoon (presumably by Mr. Yost):

baby carrots (human)
travel brochure
visit to a red planet (martian?)
nunc aut nunquam
functional fool

Part of the Fifty Cent Trip, an intermittent series that appeared from March 1986 through 1989.

4 thoughts on “Geranium Lake Properties, baby carrots (human)

    • I suspect Yost loves Mars (and thereby all red planets) as much as I do. Sometimes I like to imagine what it would have been like if I had been born 100 years earlier, and lived during a time when I could believe there might be canals, and the ruins of lost civilizations, to be found on Mars.

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      • I sometimes can’t help thinking that whilst technology is a wonderful thing in itself it does tend to close off avenues of thought and speculation such as these once we have credible proof of what the terrain on other planets is actually like. I have read countless sci fi novels where astronauts jet off to distant planets such as Mars and Jupiter, only to find breathable atmospheres there but these were obviously written pre-space flight and so the author’s imagination could conjure up any possible set of circumstances. Innocent times!

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