Word Association

Hardly anyone has “employees” anymore, especially huge corporate retailers. I’m sure management would expain “associate” as an upgrade, making workers more of an “equal” than an “underling.” In reality, I suspect it implies “temporary” and “detached,” more of a “disassociate” really. Have you noticed we talk about a lot of things here? Some of it is related to the craft of cartooning, and often it is not related to my profession at all. I talk around it, to be sure, but in truth I am not at all comfortable talking about the creative process. In fact, I am not going to talk about it now. Next time, maybe.

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