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quirkyloon said…

The occupied bathroom stall and caught them playing airport security REALLY had me rolling this morning.

nonamedufus said…
I liked those too Quirks, although I was sure you'd love the Mormons vs Morons one too. It was a busy week in the funny papers.
Linda Medrano said…
My favorite is the Mormons vs. the Morons! Love it!
nonamedufus said…
Of course that's not to say members of the Mormon group can't belong to the other one.
Linda Medrano said…
No mutual exclusivity implied.
00dozo said…
The "Airport Security" one had me howling, too!

Dang, I forgot the 'great' debate was on last night. It probably made great entertainment.

So sad to hear the news of Rooney. He will be missed.

nonamedufus said…
Yeah, I thought the Airport Security was a hoot. I haven't watched the debates. But I've read some reports and of course followed the editorial cartoons.

Rooney had been on 60 minutes for ages. I saw a piece that said he at one point wrote for Harry Reasoner. Rooney couldn't understand why he was hired because Reasoner was a great writer in his own right.
Malisa said…
You had three cartoons in a row that made me howl! I laughed so hard on Bush watching Perry, Mormons vs Morons and Who Wants Sausage! I have to go clean up the little puddle of pee on the floor now! Thanks!
nonamedufus said…
I loved the sausage one and laughed out loud over the Bush/moron one. Sorry about your accident.

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