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Indigo Roth said…
Heh, a cracking selection today Dufus! Tho I still say America is writing its own material of late. But Brazil? I knew about YOUR interest in "Brazilians", but shame on the rest of the nation. Indigo =)
Congratulations to Alice Munro! Making Canadians proud!
nonamedufus said…
Indigo, the rest of the nation is just coming around to my way of thinking.
nonamedufus said…
Indeed, Paula and not a lot of women have won this award. Good on her.
Debra She Who Seeks said…
Ha ha, the Republican trick or treater is right on!
nonamedufus said…
I think that's my favourite one this week.
Screaming Me-Me said…
After paying the ransom, we managed to re-open the Grand Canyon and the Statue of Liberty!
nonamedufus said…
So I heard. The shutdown's given cartoonists a lot of fodder this week.
Cheryl said…
I like the padlocked gate. Sadly even the country is split on whose fault this whole thing is. Love the Munro cartoons. What an honor for Canada and women everywhere. Try to remember her accomplishments when your sports teams are having a rough time. Maybe it'll help ease the pain.
nonamedufus said…
That would be today. While my fantasy QB Aaron Rodgers is winning in real life he's not doing me any favours in terms of fantasy points. You win some you lose some.
Nicky said…
Spying Canadians? Will wonders never CSIS?


Funny as always, mon ami. Especially the one about the Leafs. :-)

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