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Nicky said…
Heheh! Nice selection Dufus. Had to laugh at the S&P one...I recently told a friend they should change it from Standard AND Poor to Standard IS poor!
nonamedufus said…
The economic situation in the States is almost beyond my comprehension. I'm glad the cartoonists can put it into perspective.
Love the first one, and the moody and poor one, I don't like, but I still agree.
00dozo said…
Back to school already? Sheesh, where did the summer go? Mind you, I don't have kids so time isn't all that relative for me.

Yes, the U.S. economy is a sad state of affairs these days. I'm surprised not to see a cartoon on Mitt's 'foot-in-the-mouth' comment.

All fun ' toons!

(Now I gotta get back to the 4th round meltdown of the PGA championship. I was rooting for Luke but the Force was not with him today. Oh, well.)

quirkyloon said…
Yay, the Disqus thingy is back!

Last couple of times I've come to yer blog, it's HIDING from me! I can't find it. Me no likey. :(

But enuf of that.

Great choices, as usual. My faves? I see debt people. HA! And the going back to school one was good. I might be a little biased about that one, because....

I'm in heaven!

nonamedufus said…
Yeah, I like that first one too. Are you moody and poor?
nonamedufus said…
No the force certainly wasn't. Interesting finish, though.
The first picture is my house, but it is ME looking horrified! :)
nonamedufus said…
Ha, ha. The start of school's approaching fast!
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