It’s Just A Tool

June 10th, 2014

First post in ages.  Just glad to be here.

Teacher Radar

January 8th, 2012

this is the part they don’t tell you in teaching school.  You can only learn it through the soles of your feet, as they say.  fortunately, it translates OK to parenting as well.  please enjoy, tell your friends.

Invasive Species: Writes Itself, Folks

September 8th, 2011

The Asian jumping carp.  If you haven’t seen the video yet, go youtube it.  And keep your eyes open for its nom de market of ‘Kentucky Tuna’.  They feed low enough in the food chain to avoid mercury contamination.  Please enjoy.  And give me a contract.  But mostly enjoy.

Invasive Species Week!

July 8th, 2011

Actually, this will take me a lot longer than a week. But this stuff writes itself. More and more recent fisch on facebook.

Genetic Engineering: Extra Credit

May 28th, 2011

These gags pretty much write themselves. The two headed, quacking chihuahua is a Mr. Fisch showpiece. Enjoy.

Dolly The Sheep is Clowned

May 26th, 2011

I’m still recovering from travel, and realize the Genetic Engineering strips could use an airing. This one’s out of order, but funny enough to open with. Enjoy.

He’s A Witch!

May 22nd, 2011

This is how it feels to suggest almost any sort of practical conservation to kids (and some grownups)

How About Breakfast

May 13th, 2011

This stuff practically writes itself, nay, it’s already written. This so closely approximates a conversation I’ve had so many times that it’s hardly satire. Between the crappy breakfast and thinking a 20 minute shower is yours by right, we are not doing well by future generations.

Do You Know What Squander Means?

May 13th, 2011

My students look at me like I have three heads when I try to teach them about any sort of practical conservation. Whatever happens, giving kids an ‘energy head’ is the place to start. But we’re speaking different languages, so it has to be made cool first, and that has to be done by the Media Machine, not lone, well intentioned teachers.

The Hare Dryer

May 13th, 2011

What I love most about this strip is the third panel, which exactly reflects how I felt when the pun, small as it is, clicked for me.