Lynn's Comments: This really happened. It was a coat, actually, and I wrecked it. Being a cartoonist was a good thing. When something like this happened, I got a daily strip out of it …which really offset the misery!
Lynn's Comments: This actually happened. I was driving a friend back to his hotel and we got into an accident. When the police arrived, I didn't think they would believe our version of the story. I'm a cartoonist and my friend was a comedian!
Lynn's Comments: Richard and Ted’s was a real auto body shop near our home in Northern Ontario. It was fun to give the guys a nod in FBorFW…trouble was that I had only one original comic strip and two guys who wanted it!
Lynn's Comments: I did make up a detailed diagram and it did have flaps on it to show how the accident happened. I was grateful for my training as an animator!
Lynn's Comments: I have a chum who’s a lawyer. She likes to say that people too often get advice from the law firm of "Family & Friends".
Lynn's Comments: At my first divorce hearing, there were people in the back of the courtroom eating their lunch. They came every day to watch the proceedings. Better, I was told, than daytime TV. They were privileged to hear some of the most intense and intimate personal information. I wondered why this came under the heading of democracy.
Lynn's Comments: Gone was the long, ragged hair, the scrubby beard and the ratty clothing. The guy who ran into me had been transformed into a model citizen.
Lynn's Comments: If this didn't happen, it should have.
Lynn's Comments: The other driver’s lawyer really did deliver an explanation like this. It was impossible to understand and yet the judge kept nodding as if it was all perfectly clear.
Lynn's Comments: If I say so myself, I did draw up a great diagram.
Lynn's Comments: This actually happened. You can't make this stuff up!