Ozy And Millie: Shared responsibility

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Notes: White-out in panels 1, 2, and 3.

  12 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Shared responsibility

  1. Millie going crazy is when he “isn’t” crazy? I don’t know which world is more backwards, theirs or behind the couch 😀

          • No if a crazy person goes crazy then that means that they have departed from their usual level of craziness, not necessarily to normality. To be normal is to be average. Why do you think so many people in our conformity driven society work to get Cs. They seek the acceptance of the group for being normal.

  2. “To be normal is to be average.” That’s just plain crazy talk, is that.

    O-kay, a little more seriously: to be normal is to behave as one typically does, and within the bounds of what society-at-large considers to be rational, justifiable behavior. Departures from such — whether it be from the norms of society _or_ from ones own typical behavior — invite the label “crazy.”

    • “Normal” doesn’t necessarily mean “healthy.” The norms based on a specific tested group may not be supportive of healthy psychological development.

    • The label of “Normal” does not exist, for “Normal” is what we make of it. For example, it could be normal for you to jog around your neighbourhood every day, where as for me that’d be abnormal due to an ongoing leg medical issue. Or another example, what is normal to a crazy person is not normal to a sane person.

  3. She chose crazy versus talking to Llewellwyn? Then again Millie’s normal is chaos so I guess her insanity being order wouldn’t be too much of a stretch.

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