“Near Facebook Crash Due To ‘Spokeschick’ Photo!”

Now wait just a minute! How can one barely known cartoonist practically cripple a huge enterprise like Facebook? But this is not the first time that Nickel Boy Graphics has been wrongly accused. (Remember this?)

So looking at the newspaper’s front page, there must have been a few thing happening between “Endless Chatterbox Or Espionage Commander?!?” and today!

Why else would Bradley Martin (“Doctor Reverend Pastor Lloyd Servant”) cancel a show that was sure to be a ratings chart blockbuster? What could have been better than a show about the amazing recovery of Miss Betty Mae Butler, the Miracle Apple Pie Baker, on Mother’s Day? What’s more American than Mom and Apple Pie?!?

More to follow as we step back slightly in time to see what lead up to this unexpected turn of events!

“The events depicted in this comic strip are fictitious. Any similarity to any person living or dead is merely coincidental.”

However the Mother’s Day “Spokeschick” is not fictitious! Check her (or him) out on Facebook!

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