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Day 25: A Panda a day keeps the blues at bay….

day 25 -30 days of pandas

Chaos reigns at the panda kindergarten! Little pandas tumbling and climbing to their hearts’ content.  Meanwhile, in a room not far away, 100 pandas at 100 typewriters are endeavoring to write the Scottish Cartoon, MacBear!  And, in yet another area of the Institute for Inner Panda Studies, yet another group of pandas are practicing for their annual production of  The Dance of the Sugar Plum Pandas.  Stay tuned.

Be the (very full) Bear!

Bob T. Panda

Alas, Poor Chi Chi, I Knew Her…

Yes, panda fans, it’s time for the Scottish Play…er…cartoon I mean.  Here at the Institute for Contemporary Panda Satire we never miss the opportunity to make fun of current events in the panda world.   Well, actually, we’ll make fun of anything, whether it’s about pandas or not.  The return of pandas to Great Britain for the first time in almost 40 years is an event to be celebrated!  ( My panda historian friends will correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe that Chi Chi, who lived at the London Zoo from 1958 until her death in 1972, was the last panda who lived in Great Britain.

The Scottish Cartoon

Be the Bear!

Bob T. Panda