Skip to main content

Sunday Funnies

Comments

Don said…
Hahaha. Loved the last one. I can just see her, Pamela, right now thinking about that. Either way she would be taxed to her eyeballs. I think...
CatLadyLarew said…
Sarah Palin just keeps getting scarier! Next thing you know, she'll be teaming up with Pamela Anderson to keep a lid on taxes!
nonamedufus said…
Don: If anything, I think those things'll start to droop soon. So she may soon be taxed to her knees!
nonamedufus said…
CL: Sarah's associated with the Tea Party. But I think Pam's more a double D.
Quirkyloon said…
I don't care for tea or coffee.

*smile*

Great funnies.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Good to see you getting out and about... Where does Diet Dr P fit on the political spectrum?
Leeuna said…
Haha. The first one is my favorite. Sometimes I feel just like him.
Skye said…
Oh man, I so love the Catholic Priest one! It says so much on so many levels!

Good comic choices this week Mr. Dufus Sir, although somehow I think there are way more that you left out!
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: Why do governments do that? It makes absolutely no census to me.
nonamedufus said…
Skye: Some weeks it's hard to choose. There are so many good ones.

Popular posts from this blog

My Back Pages - October

Well, folks, I read seven (count 'em) seven books in October. One I didn't finish but even at that I hit the magic number 50 I estimated for myself by the end of the year. The six books I successfully waded through were, firstly, What Happened, Hillary Clinton's book on her bid for the Presidency. I''m a bit of a political junkie so I get off on this stuff but still it kinda struck me as one long whine over losing.
Next up was the excellent Canyon of Dreams: The Magic and Music of Laurel Canyon. Laurel Canyon was the fabled area outside of Los Angeles where many musicians and artists lived. Known as a 60s enclave, the book takes a look at just who lived there over the last 80 years. A fascinating read.
Next up was Lightfoot, a biography of Canadian folk singer Gordon Lightfoot. He may have been responsible for some iconic folk songs but he was also quite the womanizer and boozer. Enough said.
Then I read Dan Brown's new tome Origin, the fifth in the Robert Lan…

My Back Pages - November

I know, I know, I know I should have reported in before now. But sometimes real life just gets in the way. I attempted 5 books in November. I say attempted because I slapped a big DNF (did not finish) on Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon. I just can't seem to get into this guy. It's the second or third of his I've given up on,

Not so the other four, starting with a biography of Stephen Stills called Change Partners. This followed by a hilarious biography of the guy responsible for National Lampoon called A Stupid and Futile Gesture - How Doug Kenney and National Lampoon Changed Comedy Forever.

I ended the month reading yet another biography, this one of the man behind Rolling Stone magazine,. It was called Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine. A fascinating read.

So last month I hit the magic number 50 I'd imagined for myself back in January. If I roll this month into my yearly total I'm at 54 books. And I still have Decem…