Seven Deadly Sins Cartoon: Anger


Today is part four in a series of the Seven Deadly Sins Cartoons.  This one focuses on the sin or Anger or Wrath (but who knows what wrath means anymore)

Of all the sins, this is the one I probably suffer from the least.  I am just not an angry person.  Things don’t get me too upset.  But if I am, you better watch out because you have pushed me too far.

I think life is too short to be an asshole (maybe I’ll make that saying into a tshirt…haha).  There are people who walk around constantly with a chip on their shoulder as if the world owes them something.  It doesn’t, so please stop thinking the world revolves around you; it revolves around me (oops there goes my “pride” coming in early).

I read something by author/blogger Seth Godin recently that technology hasn’t brought people together as many claim but rather created anonymous interactions where people are empowered to be assholes (my words not his)  Couldn’t find the link.   The utter vileness that people spew on the net that they wouldn’t dare say to someone they know or even face to face baffles me.  But it goes beyond that.  Politically, disagreeing with the government is not enough.  The sheer vile anger towards Bush and now Obama shows that when it comes to meanness, it crosses the political spectrum.

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  1. Tommie Kelly says:

    When I get angry I tend to get very quiet and withdrawn.

    When I get really angry, which is rare, I really lose it.

  2. Bo Lumpkin says:

    I very seldom get angry. Sometimes I get frustrated and when I get frustrated I get loud and people confuse it with Anger. If I really do get angry no one confuses it for frustration.

  3. nursemyra says:

    I don’t get angry very often either. (I bet Mel Gibson can’t say that with a straight face)

  4. David says:

    B, these are awesome! You should make Seven Deadly Sins buttons! BUTTONS!

  5. Jande says:

    Feeling anger can be a healthy response to an unhealthy situation, but acting out that anger irresponsibly or going into a rage and destroying things (or people,or relationships) is unacceptable behavior.

    Like Bo said, I too get frustrated (and pretty easily) and loud. I used to throw things (never AT anyone) but I don’t do that now cause it makes people around me nervous. Now I just just yell then take a few deep breaths.

    Anger itself is a positive force. A motivator. Use the energy wisely.

    • Bearman says:

      Agreed. And not bottling up anger is healthy too. But rather than let a little steam out at a time…some go off like this cartoon all too often.

  6. I’ve got a pretty long fuse, but once it’s lit…. LOOK OUT!!

  7. MJ says:

    My favorite so far of the bunch!

  8. lynn says:

    here ya go you calm mannered souls… head on over to friggin loon’s and get a load of michellefrommadison’s comments regarding mel gibson’s maniacal telephone tyrade. that should fire ya up some. as for me, i’m gonna be sticking with my guilty plea of sins of the flesh… and possibly, the upcoming pride post.

  9. Walker says:

    Beautifully put commentary. I am saddened by the needless anger I see in the world. I think there is a place for anger, as long as it’s handled accurately and one ‘owns’ his or her anger as an emotion of the moment.

    PS: You look cute with steam coming out of your ears

  10. bschooled says:

    If I know one thing about you, Bearman (besides the fact you’re a kickass cartoonist and one of the very few who “gets my jokes”), it’s that you don’t suffer from an inflated ego or anger management issues. In fact, if you were just a little more naive, I’d think you were Canadian! 😉

    • Bearman says:

      Awww…how sweet. I already have some ideas for my rejected readers digest cartoons for our book. I’ll have to start work on them soon

  11. lisleman says:

    I would be angry or pissed off if my nose was missing and my mouth was so out of whack.
    Interesting comment about sheer vile anger. That was a band in the 90’s – right?

  12. It’s hard to explain the difference between wrath and anger except that when you scorn a woman, it is closer to wrath.

  13. G says:

    You haven’t been to a chat room lately, have you?

    You want anger and hostility magnified to the 100th power, go to a chat room.

    Believe it or not, I find Facebook to be a great sedative. Takes a lot to get me angry now (on the Internet at least) and blogging and Facebook have a lot to do with making me a calmer person. Still slug nutty, but calmer.

  14. SpilledInkGuy says:

    When I get angry I just bottle it up completely. It’s the healthy thing to do, ya’ know. 🙂

  15. Friggin Loon says:

    WTF, $#%^&*() shit, shit, for fuck sake I don’t have a friggin anger fucking issue FFS. Bloody hell!!!! I just friggin don’t 🙂 🙂 🙂

  16. Posted this on the blog today – thank you for letting me. Think these are completely awesome. I’m down with t-shirts, posters, buttons… 😉 But, maybe I can get a specialty item – a coffee mug that starts out with this cartoon and when the mug is empty changes into a happy little devil. Now, that would be cool. I’m probably most guilty of this sin. Oh, wait, I forgot about gluttony…

  17. oh yea… you didn’t think i was going to keep scrolling down and commenting on ALL of them. well BOOYA

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