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Skye said…
You must spend a fair amount of time finding all these wonderful cartoons every week!

I'm not sure which one I like the best, the sheeple pushing the politicians wagon back back back or Tiger Woods and his ability to focus! His version of Eye of the Tiger is pretty good too! But then there's the Sex Scandal Channel, that ones also good. I really can't decide which is best or says more about the country!
Me-Me King said…
Remember when the only Tiger we could reference was Tony the Tiger?

Right next to The Apology Channel is The Sex Scandal Channel, channel 69.
Don said…
I still can't believe Tiger got caught. Cheating wasn't the problem. Just getting caught. He may have a hot putter, but his driver needs some work!
injaynesworld said…
You find the best funnies. And then you have the funniest comments left about them. Unfortunately,this isn't one of them, but I sure enjoy reading the others.
nonamedufus said…
Skye: I usually start looking Friday and narrow it down to 5 or 6 faves. I quite enjoy editorial cartoons. They just seem to capture in a quick rendering an entire issue.
nonamedufus said…
Me-Me: Yeah, that was grrrrreat!

Ha, ha, you remembered. I think we're about to get a whole new set of TV channels!
nonamedufus said…
Don: OK, I'm not gonna touch that one. He's the only golfer that instead of yelling "four" shouts "27"!
nonamedufus said…
jayne: ...and I'm glad you do. Love sharing these with you guys.
Canadian Blend said…
The Sex Scandal Channel. There'd be so much material for that one that the wee hours wouldn't be filled with infomercials for colon cleaners.
nonamedufus said…
Canadian Blend: I'm never up that late. Now I know what I've been missing.
sewa mobil said…
funny cartoon
it is make me laugh
Tgoette said…
Another great collection of cartoons! I think the Tiger references are starting to get stale, but their are still funny. We need another celebrity public disgrace to fill his spot. Who will it be next time? My money is on the Pope.
nonamedufus said…
sewa mobile: Thanks...glad I could brighten your day.
nonamedufus said…
Tgoette: The Tiger stuff's not going away. Now he's on his comeback. It's kinda like Tiger cartoons 2.0!
We should create a Tiger drinking game, something like every time the golf announcer says something that can have a double meaning, everyone has to take a shot . . .

"Tiger was a little long on the fourth hole." SHOT

"He's got his putter working today." SHOT

"His balls seem to be drifting to the right, don't you agree?" SHOT
nonamedufus said…
Chris: And how about, "It's been a while since he's played 18 holes."
sewa mobil said…
funny cartoon
it is make me laugh
Henry Stone said…
Poor Tiger. He dropped out of the Top 50 this week. What's next, "Dancing with the Stars?" I really enjoy the Sunday Funnies.
nonamedufus said…
Boy you've been digging back in my archives. Welcome to nonamedufus and I'm glad you enjoy the sunday Funnies. DWTS? Yeah or maybe "Survivor"!

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