Bloodshot Scott

When I get tired, I do get red eyes, although not bad enough to need a wheelbarrow.

This was mine from probably about 20 years ago (it’s the only one I saved). I wonder if this was foreshadowing as a kid because today, I frequently get the “you look tired” comment.

Was this just a United States phenomenon or did it go elsewhere I wonder?

garbagepalekids

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  1. christy

     /  03/27/2013

    Hahaha!!! Scott, that is so funny. But, do you think this could be a familial trait? I get the same comments and my eyes are increasingly red at work… sometimes, even my pupils are red.

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    • Hahahah, yes, maybe!!!!! That’s actually good to know. Maybe it’s a familial thing after all…and to think after all these years, I should have just asked. Well, good to know. I’m telling you, people think I’m dog tired all the time. I usually am, but I try to get 7 hours of sleep every night if I can!

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      • christy

         /  03/27/2013

        I do too! I try for seven…. I only become concerned when my incisors begin to narrow and sharpen, in combination with the red pupils. You should watch out for that trait too!

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  2. The Garbage Pail kids were released in some other countries as well. But what I find most interesting about them is that they were created by Pulitzer Prize winner Art Spiegelman. I don’t know if you’ve ever read Maus before, but if you haven’t I would recommend it for sure. From Garbage Pail Kids to a Pulitzer Prize winning graphic novel about the Holocaust. It’s a very interesting career trajectory.

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    • Oh wow! Seriously? That’s crazy, no I hadn’t heard of that…you’re right, what a career trajectory. It makes me wonder what led him down that path to create those cards. Oh and good to know it was in some other countries, thanks for that!

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