Seems Julio has a lot of practice keeping a straight face. No doubt a skill that is important for a mechanic working at Roost Air!
Another proof that honesty is the best policy. Honesty is also my personal policy, not just because I don’t like lying to people, but because I am convinced that the negative long-term effects usually outweigh a short-term gain, and that by avoiding misunderstandings, being honest saves everybody’s time.
The only time when I bend the truth is when I feel I would really hurt somebody’s feelings. And even then, I try to strike a balance and be as honest as possible. Honesty might not always be polite, but it sure shows more respect towards a person.
Another important reason I don’t like is that I am not smart enough to keep my stories straight.
Another day, another try! But I’m sure that Julio is spot on. After going on maintenance flights with Chuck more than once, he is probably the most qualified person to judge the excitement level on the seat next to Chuck.
Every year the Strasser family converges for a traditional skiing trip in Salzburg, Austria. This includes, obviously, a lot of traditional skiing, traditional visits to the sauna, some traditional beer and a lot of traditional jokes being told and traditional fun being had. It’s all very traditional, as you can see.
Anyway, this means that the next few comic strips will be re-runs of older, and classic, you might even say traditional, material. I hope you will enjoy them anyway!
Every year the Strasser family converges for a traditional skiing trip in Salzburg, Austria. This includes, obviously, a lot of traditional skiing, traditional visits to the sauna, some traditional beer...
I mean seriously! What are the odds?
I know explaining a joke doesn’t make it funnier, but just on the off chance that some people don’t get it (we showed it around with mixed results), please comment below, and we will try to explain it.
Another example of how deep and philosophical musings are often started by chance or even mistake.
Hope you all had some enjoyable holidays and a great New Years Eve! Does anybody have any new years resolutions? I hope you’ll all continue put up with us throughout 2014! May it be a great year where all your wishes come true!
“Philistine – Hostile to or lacking in appreciation for art or culture or having no understanding of them.”
That’s correct folks! Chuck knows a few really big words. Sometimes he still really surprises even us. But it still didn’t save his artwork on the little Cessna.
And with this strip and Chuck once again having to clean the aircraft, the year is coming to a close. Thank you all for tuning in, commenting, seeing us at the shows, sending us ideas, supporting us on facebook, and helping us spread the word about Roost-Air!
We still have more ideas and projects. Let’s see what 2014 will bring … We wish you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
Merry Christmas, everybody! I hope you all are as lucky as Chuck and get many presents. Big, expensive presents. After all, that’s what Christmas is all about!
Just kidding. The older I get, the less I care about getting any presents at all. By now all I really want is to spend time with my loved ones and see people be happy. When I was a kid, I always heard grown ups express opinions like that, and it boggled my mind how somebody could say such a thing and keep a straight face.
I don’t know how many of you already know this, because I didn’t make a public announcement on this website or in our Facebook group, but 2013 was a very, very special year for my wife and me. Because, a few weeks back, our first child was born! Today, the three of us will drive out to my in-laws for the first time and will celebrate a very special Christmas this year.
I hope all of you out there will also be able to enjoy these holidays and have a great time with you family, friends, or whoever you spend them with!
Now this is some Karate Kid style training going on here again! Chuck will turn into a veritable Mr. Miyagi at some point. Must be because he’s hanging out with Nobu so often …