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I seriously guffawed at the fifth comic down. Not just a snicker, but a guffaw, I tell you. :) Thanks for making my Sunday...yet again.
quirkyloon said…
Oh my. The mike pointed at uhm Mr. Weiner had me snorting some serious DDP through my nostrils.

And all the Sarah Palin cartoons, so funny yet scary!

heh heh

As usual, you always select the best and the funniest. Even your Canuck funnies had me chuckling and smiling!
nonamedufus said…
I HAD to include that one. My favourites were the hockey ones. The third last one had me howling. And the last one because it deals with the *spits* Toronto Maple Leafs. Glad you enjoyed these U.P.
nonamedufus said…
It's funny, you know, I never see any pro Palin cartoons. American politicians provide such a boon for American editorial cartoonists, Palin in particular.

Hey, keep safe with all the wildfires your way!
00dozo said…
That Reaper one is good. Hell, they're all good.

"Manitoba Gothic" - love it! Complete with missing tooth! I wonder what they will name the new team. "Winnipeg Flood" perhaps? Heh, heh.

And what a great game last night! Go Canucks!

;-)
nonamedufus said…
Well, Winnipeg Sandbaggers comes to mind but I'm also thinking their fans might soon come to call them the Winnipeg Debts.

Canucks all the way!

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