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I like the Charlie Sheen one for its humor, but the last one for its thoughtfulness, although it's a bit somber just getting up in the morning. :(
nonamedufus said…
I really like the "when did we stop being scary?" one.
Anonymous said…
Dufus! I clicked out and in and this still shows up!

Anyhoo, I, too, liked the being scary one. Although road rage might be a more effective strategy. HA!

And I also liked the Got Bin Laden?

Poor Bammer. He's got ears! heh heh
nonamedufus said…
WTF. Disqus isn't working at all today.
Nicky said…
I love the "You paid how much?!" cartoon. Jepeto often looks like that when I get back from shoe shopping. :-)
00dozo said…
Testing ... testing ... 1, 2, 3 ... this is a test of the Disqus commenting system. This message may self-destruct?

Ha! I heard about the rocket launchers in London - I first thought it was a joke - apparently not.

Romney borrowed my toaster?

;-)
Katherine said…
Ha ha..! I love The Scream one... very good!
nonamedufus said…
Well I finally got into the comments on my own blog. Yeah, Romney borrowed your toaster, such as it is.
nonamedufus said…
He's so lucky to have you.
Jayne said…
You've got some good ones here. I especially like the bumper sticker with Romney's Toast on it. But you can never discount the stupidity of the American voter, so I'm not placing any bets.
nonamedufus said…
Canadian voters aren't much smarter, Jayne.
Jayne said…
The French have given me hope.

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