This Week in Milford

March 9, 2019

Time to stick this dude in the toilet and press Flush

Really. He hasnt even been home 5 minutes from getting canned at WDIG and he’s already orchestrated the removal of FIRE THORP from the billboard and the painting of an ad for a local pizza joint that I’m sure blows just like his basketball skills, his radio skills and his ingratiating personality.

Yeah bro you got talent all right. The next company that interviews you for your so-called skills will send you away laughing up their sleeve at the sucker who actually hires you.

I havent seen his  pizza-flipping skills yet but maybe thats what he has in mind. Pretty sad to go from the next Bobby Knight to the next Joe Aurelio, basketball-wise anyway.  Maybe he could start this business:

Image result for pizza flippers

“This town will never forget me.” Yeah right — — as a matter of fact when Milford erects a statue of you the birds will be lining up to shit on it.


  1. Hope this is last we will see B/Robby but I have a feeling it won’t be.

    Comment by Bobby Joe — March 9, 2019 @ 10:44 pm

  2. Mom is smiling at “I know I have talent”? Lady, he’ll be living in your house when he’s forty.
    And the town will never forget him? Not something to say with pride when the thing the town knows you for is your on-the-air rant about how bad the place is.

    Comment by Philip — March 10, 2019 @ 3:56 am

  3. Panel 3 is kinda unsubtle, even by comic strip standards.

    Comment by Downpuppy (@Downpuppy) — March 10, 2019 @ 11:52 am

  4. Looking at the Ricozzi’s website, to see if they deliver. It’s the best pizza in the valley!

    Comment by vaganova — March 10, 2019 @ 4:19 pm

  5. Oh really? Oh, Joe!

    Has anyone actually ever gotten a pizza served by an Italian man in a puffy Chef’s hat, ascot and pointy mustache? I don’t believe so.
    Then why is it the ubiquitous symbol of getting a pizza? The only thing missing is him kissing his thumb and index finger simultaneously in the ‘bon appetit” gesture.

    Comment by Moon Mullins — March 11, 2019 @ 5:13 pm

  6. […] (With this perspective, kinda makes you think that should read 4/20.)  Finally, is that a smaller Ricozzi’s Pizza billboard on the fence?  How funny would it have been had big money BRobby Howry kept buying ad […]

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