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Anonymous said…
Yikes! There's an app for that indeed!

Pretty soon there will be blogger apps and then where will we be?

And now I know what to dress my boy up as for Halloween. Cheap too.

*grin*
00dozo said…
Only nine more days of political rhetoric and innuendo. I never thought I would miss those mutant mascots of those Quiznos commercials.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Halloween costume? Yep, there's an app for that!
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: I'm looking forward to those Viagra ads returning. I mean, really, what guy wouldn't want an erection of four hours or more? Huh?
Leeuna said…
Bwahahaha. These cartoons are some of the best you've posted yet, Dufe. I think the app idea sounds like a great one. They need to make an app that will replace politicians. :)
Boom Boom Larew said…
These midterm elections cannot be over soon enough! I'm so sick of the ads... especially looking at Paladino's scary face!
nonamedufus said…
Leeuna: That'd be a GREAT idea. Then we'd have the option to access them or not. Love it!
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: Well, it's certainly given the political cartoonists a lot to work with!
Linda Medrano said…
I gave my husband an iPad but I didn't see that app. He was gypped.
nonamedufus said…
Linda: It's probably all for the best. I mean if they invent apps to replace us, what's next? Unless of course they come up with one that'll help me win the lottery.

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