From the Speed Bump series
Dave Coverly admits there is no overriding theme, no tidy little philosophy that precisely describes what Speed Bump is about. "Basically," he says, "if life were a movie, these would be the outtakes."
These "outtakes" now appear in over 400 newspapers and websites, including the Washington Post, Toronto Globe & Mail, Detroit Free Press, Chicago Tribune, Indianapolis Star, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cincinnati Enquirer, New Orleans Times-Picayune, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Vancouver Sun, Baltimore Sun, and Arizona Republic. In 2000, the first Speed Bump book was published, "Speed Bump: A Collection of Cartoon Skidmarks" (Andrews McMeel). More recent books include "Speed Bump: Cartoons for Idea People" (2004, ECW Press), which was named Humor Book of the Year in independent publishing by Foreword Magazine, and "Just One %$#@ Speed Bump After Another" (2005, ECW Press), which was an Honorable Mention in the Independent Publisher Book Awards.
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From the Psycho Games series
Cut this tasty cake with exactly 4 straight cuts so that each portion of cake contains just one strawberry on the top. © archimedes-lab
From the Brainsnacks (R) series
Each month the cakes changes. The first cake has been made in August, the second in June and the third in May. In what month has the fourth cake been made?
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