The Boondocks by Aaron McGruder for October 27, 2015
Huey: Granddad? Huey: Yeah. I'm just changing clothes - go 'head. I'll be out in a second. Huey: Well, this lawn thing is hard for me because I believe it's wrong to impose assimilation on any living thing, even grass. Granddad: Fascinating. Go on. Huey: Plus lawn mowing feels like one of those pointless societal distractions that keep us from focusing on matters of actual importance. Granddad: Wait... Hold on... Whew! I feel much better now that this belt is off. Please, continue with what you were sayin'. Huey: Never mind.