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Sunday Funnies


Favorite one this week: The GOP diversity one. So, so true. :( Another sad one: the Joe Paterno one. I live in northcentral Pennsylvania and that one you'd never see in one of our papers. The editors would be lynched if they printed that. Again :( but true.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Thanks for updating me on what happened in the news while I was off camping! (I always like getting my news from the cartoons and Jon Stewart.)
nonamedufus said…
I liked that GOP one too. But I also liked the RIM is toast one.
nonamedufus said…
Where better to get your news than from editorial cartoons?
Quirky Loon said…
I'm all over the "everything is bad for me" one.

I figured that out a long time ago. Everyday "a new study has shown" that EVERYTHING is bad for you.


Just give me a DDP. heh heh

And I thought the first Mick Jagger one was especially funny.

"He's the got the moves like Jagger." I don't think THIS is what Adam Levine meant whilst singing his ear-worm song. heh heh
nonamedufus said…
Who knew sitting was bad for you? I should be dead.
Lauren said…
Loved GOP diversity. I'll delete "short white guy" from the GOP intolerant list. At least, it reinforces the fact that size doesn't matter among a certain demographic.

Trump cartoon - priceless!
nonamedufus said…
Yeah, that Trump cartoon was funny.

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