Monthly Archives: April 2012

Release the Hounds

Well, I guess we know where Nature Boy stands on the pot growing issue.

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Pass the ribs

I’m in trouble again. You see, I have this bad habit of pointing out the obvious. Yesterday, my former editor/boss Jeff Pelline proudly displayed his Tiki bar and told the loyal readers of his blog to enjoy the beautiful California … Continue reading

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Memories of Nevada City Past

It’s said that once you reach a certain age your sleeping habits tend to rearrange themselves. That’s certainly true with me. I wake up in the wee hours tossing and turning, ready to faceĀ a day which is still hours from … Continue reading

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When Pigs Fly

I attended the Tea Party debates this week. One of the candidates for District One Supervisor had some pretty far out ideas for the future of transportation in our fair little county. Of course, he was somewhat vague on how … Continue reading

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The Empire Strikes Back

This is definitely the most amusing story of the day… http://auburnjournal.com/detail/206505.html

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Weed Wars

I couldn’t make it to the Rood Center for the Big Debate over the proposed Medical Mary J growing restrictions yesterday, but I managed to catch most of it on NCTV until the screen went blank. (And kudos to Yubanet … Continue reading

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Shiver me timbers!

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Too Much Information

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Birth of a Nation – April, 1972

There are times I forget that I actually had a life before I became a cartoonist. I started down my present path in 1979, when fellow local cartoonist Dan O’Neill took me under his wing and tutored me in the … Continue reading

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And now, the rumors behind the news

Us baby boomers tend to have a hearing deficiency, due to years of listening to Jimi Hendrix albums full blast. Likewise, we are extremely susceptible to conspiracy theories, as I noted in the last post. There are many conspiracies floating … Continue reading

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