Josh: Don’t squeeze the Lewpaper

Emboldened by the worldwide success (29,000+ views) of the flushed Lewpaper, a spokesman for Procter and Gamble has announced that P&G decided to replace Mr. Whipple with Mr. Lew.

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The Tidy Bowl Man could not be reached for comment at press time. Just think what climate science would be like today if Mann had Ring-Guard™.

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31 thoughts on “Josh: Don’t squeeze the Lewpaper

  1. Not to mention the Lew condom …it retracts itself without noticing, and allows the owner to answer the hospital phone call nine months later “that’s not my baby”

  2. Nice one Bruce Cobb.

    I am here to say that contact with that particular Lew Paper does not leave me feeling fresh and clean.

  3. There might be a propagation of retractions backward in time for Lew to include retracting his ‘Moon Landing’ paper, since his retracted ‘Recursive Fury’ fundamentally extended from ‘Moon Landing’.

    Josh, in that possible scenario you may need to promote Lew Loo to Chairman & CEO of International Flushable Science Inc (a wholly owned subsidiary company of Mahnn, ErrOreskes and Associates Inc).

    John

  4. Aphan says:
    March 22, 2014 at 10:18 am
    Mac-didn’t you mean “Loo”?

    Call it ‘marketing license’…
    Mac

  5. This paper leaves bits, tears easily and introduces fingers to ……….

    Sorry, I could not resist… Nice Job Josh!

  6. I’s Al Gore blimey it’s shiny. (you need to have lived in the 50’s – just add/remove punctuation.

  7. Do Americans get the pun?
    “Loo” or “Lou” means toilet to people of British descent. .
    Short for lavatory.
    Hence the flushing of the Lew paper.

  8. Lol, zombie loo paper, @ATheoK says:March 22, 2014 at 12:14 pm
    A new fresh zombie lew paper episode!

    Btw, thanks Josh for the good laugh, this one is a pearl!

  9. No, I disapprove.
    There is no place for tactics that, when used by others, we criticise.
    Is it not best to concentrate on matters like the quality of science?

  10. Also good for the happy AGW camper. Simply dig yourself a hole, clean up with Lew paper, plant a poll and hope no one picks up the scent.

  11. Geoff Sherrington says:

    March 22, 2014 at 6:12 pm

    No, I disapprove.
    There is no place for tactics that, when used by others, we criticise.
    Is it not best to concentrate on matters like the quality of science?

    Once I would have agreed with you. But the original paper was so ludicrous it deserves to be laughed down. The author is supposedly an academic but if his work to date is an example of his ability I wonder at the lax standards that now pertain at universities. Would you seriously pay good money to be taught by such a fool? Would you send your children to an institution that employs such professors? He and they deserve all the derision we can muster. Hopefully those reading this blog will encourage their kids to seek education elsewhere and with a better class of teacher.

  12. John Riddell says:
    March 22, 2014 at 2:53 pm
    Do Americans get the pun?
    “Loo” or “Lou” means toilet to people of British descent. .
    Short for lavatory.
    Hence the flushing of the Lew paper.

    Well, some of us do… hence the ‘Lew’ synonymous with ‘Loo’ word play. But, judging from some of the responses to my feeble attempt at humor, perhaps not all.
    Mac

  13. Geoff Sherrington says:
    March 22, 2014 at 6:12 pm
    No, I disapprove.
    There is no place for tactics that, when used by others, we criticise.
    Is it not best to concentrate on matters like the quality of science?

    Well Geoff, then please read the critics to the Lew papers, they are available at WUWT and other places, then you’ll better understand.
    The humour and satire are well deserved, one can only laugh at such nastinnes and projections as found in the recursive fury paper which tries by all means to project “if you are a conspiracy theorist you might also be a climate denier” and the reciprocity: all or almost all climate deniers are conspiracy theorists.
    The “science” in it was shown to be baseless, and one can only look with contempt at such misappropriation of statistics and psychology.
    Based on such zombie, re-flushable papers are skeptics being insulted on a daily basis in an attempt to avoid honest conversation.
    So yes, we may laugh about it.

  14. Procter & Gamble, not Proctor and Gamble. Also, to the best of my knowledge, Lou Pritchett was never a president at P&G, just (a very entertaining) VP of sales.

    REPLY: Thamks, spelling fixed – Anthony

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