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I don't like any of the baseball ones, but that's because I'm a Yankees fan and don't want to be reminded of baseball.

The Steve Jobs one, though...all ones I hadn't seen. Very nice.
quirkyloon said…
Hey! A Cardinals cartoon! I'm only a fan when they're winning. In other words a TYPICAL NORMAL fan. heh heh

And "iSad?" Awww. That's sweet.

Now who is this Steve Jobs?

KIDDING!

Really.

It's time for a nap. hee hee

I can't believe it took me this long to get online so I could read the funnies! I always like them. Good yob Dufus. Woops, there's my "espani" coming out again.

Yob. heh heh
Nicky said…
That first one? Sigh. I guess I should be thankful it's not 1,500 more games. Happy Thanksgiving Dufus. :-)
nonamedufus said…
i don't really follow baseball. Mostly football. But hey, I thought it deserved a little equal time.
nonamedufus said…
I loved the last one. The king of social networking made us all unsociable!
nonamedufus said…
Ah, you forgot the pre-season.
meleahrebeccah said…
iSad about Steve Jobs. iCan't believe he's gone.
nonamedufus said…
I'd like to read his biography. I hear he was a genius as an entrepreneur but his social skills left people describing him as an asshole. Funny, eh? This is the guy responsible for making social networking what it is.
meleahrebeccah said…
He changed the world.
Did you know he created PIXAR movies?
You should DEFINITELY read his biography!

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