Skip to main content

Sunday Funnies






Comments

Anonymous said…
Ah! How I have missed the Sunday Funnies!

Great choices.

The MSNBC falling to the left. *snort*

Jack Lalanne bursting through the bars. *snort* and *smile*

14 trillion debt. *sob* and *sob*
00dozo said…
Love Lalanne's 'toon - a damn fiesty man, even to the end!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: I've kinda missed them too. It's fun going through the week's editorial cartoons. I loved the MSNBC one.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: The guy was a fitness nut since the age of 15. For example, in 1980 at the age of 66 he towed 10 boats in North Miami, Florida. The boats carried 77 people, and he towed them for over one mile (1.6 km) in less than one hour.

When asked about sex, he had a standard joke, saying that despite their advanced age, he and his wife still made love almost every night: "Almost on Monday, almost on Tuesday, almost on Wednesday..."
Kelly said…
Yay! I've missed the Sunday Funnies (and you).
nonamedufus said…
Kelly: Aw,thanks. I'm starting to get back in the swing of things. Ha, after 5 weeks of golf I've begun to speak in golf terms.
Linda Medrano said…
I loved these. You are really a talented guy, Dufus. I'm glad your back in the saddle so to speak (cowboy humor).
injaynesworld said…
You've got some good ones here. Love the Jack LaLanne one. That's exactly how I picture him arriving. RIP Jack.
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom: The original "pump, you up" guy.
nonamedufus said…
Linda: I've always enjoyed searching for the funniest editorial cartoons of the week. They provide a unique commentary on society.
nonamedufus said…
Jayne: There must have been something to what he espoused throughout his life to have lived such a long and healthy one.
Quirkyloon said…
Ah! How I have missed the Sunday Funnies!

Great choices.

The MSNBC falling to the left. *snort*

Jack Lalanne bursting through the bars. *snort* and *smile*

14 trillion debt. *sob* and *sob*

Popular posts from this blog

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…

Paroxysm Paradox

The weather was unseasonably warm for October. The sun set around 6:30 but the daylight hours were quite enjoyable. So thought Richard, as he set out for his daily walk in the woods. He marvelled at the turning leaves which exhibited an explosion of colour more significant with each passing day.

But Richard knew the turning leaves would soon start to fall. And the trees would soon be bare with no leaves at all. And then the snow would fly and fall from the trees as the leaves had before it.

Richard couldn't help but think of the sudden change to come as a seizure of sorts. And he wasn't looking forward to it. After all, who would welcome a seizure, he thought, as he rolled uncontrollably among the leaves.

This week paroxysm/seizure was the prompt at Two Word Tuesday.