Monthly Archives: December 2014

Another One Bites The Dust

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Last Call For Vitriol

Well, it looks like 2014 is almost history, and good riddance, says I. It’s not that it was a particularly bad year, as years go. No, the only noteworthy thing about 2014 was an overbearing repetition of rhetoric; the unyielding … Continue reading

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Looking Back @ Twenty-Fourteen

There were many more events and items of interest than I could fit in an eight panel cartoon. What would you pick as the top story of the year?

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Seasoned Greetings

Merry Christmas to everyone, even if you don’t live in the greatest place on this earth.

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Yule Blogs

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Counting The Days

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The Epidemic

Scared of the weather, scared of the movie, scared of the black kid, scared of the cops, scared of the disease…The epidemic that will infect us all! board up the windows! Bolt the door!                                                                                                                                                             

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The Inner View

Recent developments in the ongoing war of words between blogger Kim Jff Pun and conservative opponents reached a new level of butt stupid this week. The feud, which has been festering for almost five years, pits the benevolent leader of … Continue reading

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At least They Didn’t Put Him In A Head Lock

While cruising around the net, I found this Robert Crumb drawing of San Francisco journalist-raconteur Warren Hinckle. It portrays Warren’s 1985 bust for walking his dog, Bentley, without a license, but it was really about his scathing columns in the … Continue reading

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After The Deluge

We spent most of this week preparing for the Storm of the Century. Our house is on a low, flood-prone stretch of Wolf Creek, and we’ve lost yard furniture and garbage cans in past years. Fortunately, the worst of the … Continue reading

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