Wrinkle Free- KRUD-TV


It seems like everyone has gone casual.  During the week lawyers wear their khaki pants and golf shirts.  Doctors seem to dress more casual and even preachers don’t always have the coat and tie in the pulpit but whether it is on national TV or your local news you can always count on your local anchor wearing a suit…always buttoned.  This one was just a thought that went along with the first blurb because I have never seen the male anchors with a wrinkle in their suit.

You can see more of Steve Ganshert’s great play on words at his blog- Rambler

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13 Responses to “Wrinkle Free- KRUD-TV”

  1. Bill Murphy Says:

    I guess he is at the bridge of casual and professional!

  2. Maddie Cochere Says:

    Love these cartoons, Bo. You and Steve are doing a great job.

    That’s so true about casual. Even my husband wears jeans, tennis shoes, and pullovers to the office. He could probably go in pajamas and no one would care.

  3. Susan Hanks Says:



  4. Binky Says:

    Just steam clean him, suit and all. They should both come out with less wrinkles.

  5. jbstoons Says:

    I know what you mean Bo. I have never in what little I watch the news never seen them in casual clothes.This is news I enjoy watching.

  6. spilledinkguy Says:

    Hahaha… aren’t you just supposed to wear things a bit to get the wrinkles out?! That’s usually my strategy.

  7. monster1612 Says:

    I think somebody needs some coffee! 😉

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