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It’s Mr Wu Wednesday and off we go with episode 2 of Mr Wu’s new adventure!

Off we go…into the wild blue….oh was that a clue?  What is in THAT BOX that the panda kindergarten brought for Mr Wu? Could it be……

Will the panda kindergarten get it put together before Bai Yun gets home?

Will the panda kindergarten get it put together before Bai Yun gets home?

Did they read the assembly instruction manual? Do they know what they are doing???!!!!!!?  I can hardly stand the wait!!!!!

To see what happens next, tune in next week for Mr Wu’s Big Adventure, Part the third. right here at our regularly scheduled blog.

Bwahahahaha!

Be the Bear!

Bob T. Panda

And while you are in the neighborhood, check out my new post on Nothing Overlooked!

It’s a Windy Wu’sday, as Mr Wu prepares to greet his Panda Fans! Huzzah!

Up here in the panda-less Pacific Northwest, one thing we are never short of are wind and rain.  OK, that was two things, but they do kind of go together! Although, right now, we are having wind and SUN!  But I bet you wish I would quit blathering about the weather, and get the latest cartoon from Mr Wu up on this site.

OK, OK, here it is!

Don't you love "rear shots" of baby pandas?

Don’t you love “rear shots” of baby pandas?

And don’t forget,  Book 2 of The Panda Chronicles is about to be released!  Stay tuned on this very page or follow us on twitter @pandachronicle  and now you can like us on facebook on Bob The Panda‘s newly remodeled page.  Woot woot huzzah!  Huzzah!

Be the bear!

 

Monday, Monday! Please go away!

Just in case you were wondering, here at The Institute for Contemporary Panda Satire, we really hate Monday mornings.  Why? because we have to get out of our nice cozy den and go to work.  Not to mention that it is 40 degrees and raining. On the other hand, we get to bring you the latest in Panda Satire, so it’s not all bad.

One of Bob's most endearing qualities is his willingness to believe in the inherent  goodness of the panda kindergarten.

One of Bob’s most endearing qualities is his willingness to believe in the inherent goodness of the panda kindergarten.

Later this week we may have some extraordinary panda history news for you.  I’m not going to tell you what it is, but if you know the connection between a New York dress designer, the Brookfield Zoo, and Taxis, you may have a clue to the subject of this news flash.

Be the Bear!

Bob T. Panda

Monday, Monday! Please go away!

Just in case you were wondering, here at The Institute for Contemporary Panda Satire, we really hate Monday mornings.  Why? because we have to get out of our nice cozy den and go to work.  Not to mention that it is 40 degrees and raining. On the other hand, we get to bring you the latest in Panda Satire, so it’s not all bad.

One of Bob's most endearing qualities is his willingness to believe in the inherent  goodness of the panda kindergarten.

One of Bob’s most endearing qualities is his willingness to believe in the inherent goodness of the panda kindergarten.

Later this week we may have some extraordinary panda history news for you.  I’m not going to tell you what it is, but if you know the connection between a New York dress designer, the Brookfield Zoo, and Taxis, you may have a clue to the subject of this news flash.

Be the Bear!

Bob T. Panda

Another Fabulous Furry Friday!

Lance Armstrong has been in the news again, what with his tell all interview with Oprah Winfrey airing this week.  The TV reception here at the panda den is virtually non-existent, so we don’t know if he copped a plea or not.  It did remind us of something that happened in Pandyland during the last Winter Olympics, so that inspired us to choose the following cartoon for our encore presentation this week. (For some reason, almost everything reminds us of …um…us. Go figure.)

Pandas using performance enhancing substances? Say it isn't so!

Pandas using performance enhancing substances? Say it isn’t so!

Join us next week as we prepare for the Panda Season of Love!  Coming soon to a zoo near you!

Be the Bear

Bob T. Panda

It’s that time of year again….but no October surprise!

Sigh…

It’s the first week of October, and you know what that means.

Yes, this is the week the Mac Arthur Fellowships start getting awarded. And, as far as I know, there is still no category for “Panda Satire.”

Go Figure.

When will panda satire have it’s day?

 

Sigh…

Be the Bear

Bob T. Panda

 

Wowee! It was a really big day here yesterday!

Well, enough with the sad panda faces.  One of the things that I love about pandas (besides being one myself) is that pandas never give up, no matter how hard things get.  A late (as in gone from this earth) gardener friend had a theory about plants.  She said that they entice you with their beauty or their fragrance, so that you would get down in the dirt and do stuff for them like water or weed around them. Maybe the plant was one that provided food, but mostly they had no purpose but to be beautiful, and they made that work for them so that you, the gardener, would support their existence.

Pandas are a little like that. They are the very definition of high maintenance girl friends. (Take Babette de Panda for instance…) It is really, really expensive to have a panda around, but it’s worth it!  Well, I would say that, wouldn’t I?  The recent tragic loss at the National Zoo in Washington DC underscores just how delicate they are as newborns.  But those which survive bring enjoyment and grace in ways which can’t be measured.

OK.  Now let’s get funny!

Bob T. Panda is running for president!  Huzzah!  Let’s see what the Cake Party has to offer to the American voter!

Vote for Bob!

 

And did I mention that we have now had over 40,000 visits to the pandas here at The Panda Chronicles?  Stay tuned during this election season for more from the party of pandas!  There will be cake!  Huzzah!

Be the Bear,

Bob T. Panda

Wowee! It was a really big day here yesterday!

Well, enough with the sad panda faces.  One of the things that I love about pandas (besides being one myself) is that pandas never give up, no matter how hard things get.  A late (as in gone from this earth) gardener friend had a theory about plants.  She said that they entice you with their beauty or their fragrance, so that you would get down in the dirt and do stuff for them like water or weed around them. Maybe the plant was one that provided food, but mostly they had no purpose but to be beautiful, and they made that work for them so that you, the gardener, would support their existence.

Pandas are a little like that. They are the very definition of high maintenance girl friends. (Take Babette de Panda for instance…) It is really, really expensive to have a panda around, but it’s worth it!  Well, I would say that, wouldn’t I?  The recent tragic loss at the National Zoo in Washington DC underscores just how delicate they are as newborns.  But those which survive bring enjoyment and grace in ways which can’t be measured.

OK.  Now let’s get funny!

Bob T. Panda is running for president!  Huzzah!  Let’s see what the Cake Party has to offer to the American voter!

Vote for Bob!

 

And did I mention that we have now had over 40,000 visits to the pandas here at The Panda Chronicles?  Stay tuned during this election season for more from the party of pandas!  There will be cake!  Huzzah!

Be the Bear,

Bob T. Panda

Good-bye, little panda…..

OK, I’ll stop now…..

We will go back to our regular program of panda satire very soon.  Just had to get this one out first.

Be the Bear

Bob T. Panda

 

We interrupt our regularly scheduled hilarity for this message

If you are not aware already, the nation’s (well this nation anyway) newest panda ceased to be after only 6 days on the planet.  We send inner pandy thoughts to Mei Xiang, Tian Tian and all the staff at the National Zoo in Washington DC. They should know that the nation’s panda faithful mourn with them.

We know that these things happen…nature knows what it is doing, but it doesn’t make us any less sad.  We will go back to being funny tomorrow.

Till then,

Be the bear.

Bob T. Panda and the entire menage at the Institute for Contemporary Panda Satire.