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CatLadyLarew said…
I think I'd do myself in if I had to be Lindsay Lohan's cellmate.
nonamedufus said…
CL: Boy, if those fingernails could talk, eh?
00dozo said…
Heh heh - the soccer ones are great!

You know it's a slow news day when Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy are pre-empted by an overpaid professional ball player's arrival in Miami. An entire hour?? Really? And, no, I didn't watch it.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: I watched the ESPN/TSN special hour coverage of his announcement. What a waste of time. I wonder how much he made off of it? Never since, the Gretzky trade from Edmonton to LA have I watched such a silly spectacle.
Don said…
ESPN won is right! Of course James didn't fare too badly either...
Quirkyloon said…
I always look forward to Sunday Funnies.

Another excellent and snort worthy collection Sir Nomie!

So Lady Liberty wears a bikini under her robes, eh? Who knew she was so progressive? I thought for sure she would wear one of those old fashioned puffy bathing suits. (I'm sure there's as name for them, but I'm too lazy to google it).

hee hee
nonamedufus said…
Don: ESPN got the viewers, I'm sure. They sucked me in. But I wonder what they gave Lebron for that exclusive hour?
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: I'm glad you enjoy my journey across the editorial pages of America in search of the best/funniest/most thought-provoking cartoons each week.

"She wore an itsy bitsy teenie weenie polka dot bikini"!
00dozo said…
I read somewhere that James' presence on the team is expected to generate more tourism. WTF? If I'm going to Miami, it's not going to be for b-ball, even if I could get tickets.

Ha - I completely missed the "Future of America" toon. Yep, there is still hope that Canada will overrun the U.S., one way or another.
;-)
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: They better hope it generates tourism. They've got to find the $s for his salary somewhere.

Oh, and the future of the US? Victory through bird poop!
I think that's it's true. It's not the heat. It's the humidity. ;)

And I agree with the comic about the Canada Goose Poop. I think there's about only one good thing Canada has brought us: Red Green. OK, wait, two good things: Red Green and nonamedufus. That ought to assuage your ego for a while. :)
nonamedufus said…
UR: Awwww... shucks. **gets head stuck in doorway, leaving the room**

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