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Funny Times May 2016 Issue

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Cartoons About …
Mother’s Day . Exercise . Artisanal Food .
Election Flashbacks . Marriage . and more!

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Clay Bennett, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Martin Bucella, Jon Carter, Dave Coverly, J.C. Duffy, Tim Eagan, Samuel Ferri, David Horsey, John Kastner, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Scott Masear, Chris Monroe, P.S. Mueller, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Mike Shapiro, Drew Sheneman, Barbara Smaller, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Toro, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Dan Wasserman, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy, Adam Zyglis … and lots more!

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Self Service

By Ray Lesser

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I used to have a job pumping gas, as did millions of other young men of my generation. For many, this was an entry-level path to becoming a mechanic, or perhaps one day, a service station owner. Continue reading

Does Your Life Still Matter?

By Ray Lesser

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Steve is a professor who specializes in Medieval Christianity. Although he has tenure, a good pension plan, and a lovely tree-shaded campus to work at, he recently found himself wondering whether he’s wasted his life by devoting most of it to John Wycliffe, the first person to translate the Bible into English. Continue reading

Funny Times June 2015 Issue

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Cartoons About …
Money . Fathers . Summer . Parties . Sports . and more!

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Clay Bennett, Meg Biddle, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Patrick Chappatte, Tom Cheney, Dave Coverly, J.C. Duffy, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, Buddy Hickerson, Jeff Hobbs, David Horsey, George Jartos, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Julie Larson, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, P.S. Mueller, Joel Pett, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Barbara Smaller, Jean Sorensen, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

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Funny Times June 2014 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Dads . Deviant Art . Marriage . Money . and more

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, Tom Cheney, Dave Coverly, Roy Delgado, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, David Horsey, George Jartos, Keith Knight, Mary Lawton, Tim Lockley, Chris Monroe, Steve Moore, P.S. Mueller, Mark Parisi, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Flash Rosenberg, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Betsy Streeter, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Kim Warp, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

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Funny Times July 2012 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Hair . Lawns . Money . Bullying . and more

Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Bruce Bolinger, Dave Coverly, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, George Jartos, John Jonik, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, Carlos Montage, P.S. Mueller, Jack Ohman, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

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Go Make Some Money

By Ray Lesser

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Yeah, it’s a tough life, but there’s always a way to make a buck. You’ve just got to be creative. Sell your blood, sure, that’s an easy one. But what most people don’t know is that there’s a lot more money to be made selling your skin. Continue reading

All That Glitters

By Ray Lesser

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Wealth is a strange phenomenon. How much am I making and is it more than that twerp who sat in front of me in math class and went on to become the multi-millionaire head of the bank that bankrupted America? Continue reading

Go To The End Of The Line

By Ray Lesser

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Here I am stuck at the end of the line again. But I do have options. I could pick the line with the whining baby, but room to put my groceries on the conveyor, knowing that there is a good chance that Precious Angel will fling his gooey cookie at my nose. Continue reading

The Zen Of Doing Nothing

By Ray Lesser

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How to move without moving. I want things to happen; I just don’t happen to want to do any of them. Continue reading

Funny Times May 2010 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Tea Party . Mother’s Day . Gardens . Spring . Health Reform . Animals . Art . Thinking . Money . Work . Fast Food . Kids

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Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Bruce Bolinger, Dave Coverly, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, George Jartos, John Jonik, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, Carlos Montage, P.S. Mueller, Jack Ohman, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

 

In This Issue:

It’s Just A Matter Of (Free) Time
By Garrison Keillor

What Do Moms Really Want?
A Chance To Be Imperfect

By Lenore Skenazy

Attention Tension
By Jean Sorensen

Bob’s Garden: An Exercise In Fruitility
By Saralee Perel

The People’s Republic Of America
By William Brown

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

A Leap In Cow Control
By Dave Barry

Art Colony
By Andrei Codrescu

This Is Your Brain On Level 3
By Bruce Cameron

French Fast Food Restaurants
The Week Contest

By Lenore Skenazy

Advice From My Eight-Year-Old Me
by Raymond Lesser

PLUS:

Spring Cartoons
Ruminations
Lots of News Cartoons
News of the Weird
Harper’s Index
Cartoon Playground
Planet Proctor
Plus full pages of cartoons — Mother’s Day, Gardens, Health Reform, Animals, and more

Brain Center Inbox

Funny Times January 2010 Issue

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Cartoons about:
Love Thy Neighbor . Winter . Money . Family . Ads . Health . Self-Improvement . Fame

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Cartoons by: Isabella Bannerman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Bruce Bolinger, Dave Coverly, Derf, Tim Eagan, Bob Eckstein, Randy Glasbergen, Martha Gradisher, George Jartos, John Jonik, Ham Khan, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Carol Lay, Chris Monroe, Carlos Montage, P.S. Mueller, Jack Ohman, Rina Piccolo, K.A. Polzin, Hilary Price, Ted Rall, Maria Scrivan, Andy Singer, David Sipress, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, P.C. Vey, Shannon Wheeler, Matt Wuerker, Zippy … and lots more!

 

In This Issue:

New Year, New You … New Hogwash
By Saralee Perel

Republican Senators Need An Exchange of Peace
By Garrison Keillor

Winter Sports Without Fear
By Dave Barry

Curmudgeon Looks at Washington, D.C.

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

Writers of the Purple Page
by Bruce Cameron

Why Do You Think They Call it a “Snow Job”?
By Lenore Skenazy

Making it Right With Oprah
By Tom Bodett

The Reports of My Death Are Slightly True
By Colin McEnroe

Once In A Blue Moon
How To Make New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep

by Ray Lesser

PLUS:

Planet Proctor
News of the Weird
Harper’s Index
Ruminations
Cartoon Playground
The Week Contest
Plus full pages of Money and Holiday Party Cartoons

Forgotten cooties vaccination

Other Public Options

By Ray Lesser

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The Sidewalk Option.

All residences in the city are required by law to have a public sidewalk. Unless you want to opt out, in which case you can do whatever you want in front of your house. Continue reading

The CEO’s Union

By Ray Lesser

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CEO Union Meeting Minutes

March 1, 2005

Boss of Bosses Dick Cheney called meeting to order at 9 a.m., after first entertaining us with his impression of Jacques Chirac choking on a Big Mac.

No minutes for the Feb. meeting were presented due to a virus on secretary Bill Gates’ computer.

Bosses’ Report: Dick said that contract negotiations should start soon. Some key points to keep in mind:

1. We want more money.

2. Lots of it.

3. Our new pension plan calls for us to take all the money that’s currently in the Social Security Trust Fund and “personalize” it, if you know what I mean.

4. Whatever happened to that idea that each of us should get our own belly-dancing genie, and have our every wish be their command? Oh wait, that’s what Senators are for.

5. Solidarity Forever Committee (William Wrigley, Jr., William Clay Ford, Jr., Owsley Brown II, and August Busch III) is working on a Constitutional Amendment, that will bestow the title”Magnifico” upon each of us (along with permanent land grants and impregnable hilltop fortresses), which we can then pass along to our heirs.

Ignite the Fire! Convention, September 1-3, Teheran, Iran, Hyatt Regency (20 percent discount and guaranteed poolside room, if you reserve by June 1).

2005 Planning Topic – Popular Culture and World Domination: How to Entertain the Masses while Crushing Them into Total Submission.

New Member Update: Winthrop Wattlesworth III, CEO of Wildlife Refuge Oil, has accepted our invitation to join the Board and will fill the spot vacated by Ken Lay, who is still under house arrest pending the outcome of his appeal.

Treasurer’s Report: J.J. Rockefeller distributed the 2005 budget, and noted that if all goes well the current deficit will change to a surplus of $2,847.41 in September 2092. Also, he received pricing on the embroidered logo bowling shirts and will forward this information to everyone who expressed an interest in joining the Thursday night league.

Old Business

Grievances: Reuben Mark (Colgate), who has the highest reported compensation package of any CEO in the Union ($148 million) once again complained about Steve Jobs’ (Apple Computer) salary ($1). “You’re turning greed into a dirty word!” he shouted, and had to be restrained from going after Jobs with a length of Teflon-reinforced dental floss.

Scott Livengood (Krispy Kreme) complained that by the time he comes in to work his staff has already eaten all the chocolate glazed doughnuts in the break room, and he usually winds up getting stuck with a raspberry jelly doughnut.

S. Robson Walton (Wal-Mart) said he’s sick and tired of having to get all his products made by slave-labor in Asia, and wants to know when the rest of us will get behind his plan to allow China to buy and annex certain underutilized states, such as North Dakota and Rhode Island, to shorten the supply pipelines.

Locks for Love Campaign: Our campaign to ensure that prematurely balding Union members have the best possible chance to pass on their DNA has reached its goal. Special thanks go to Carly Fiorina of Hewlett-Packard who donated 12 inches of hair, Meg Whitman of eBay who donated 10 inches of hair, and Donald Trump, who donated two toupees, and a half-bottle of Obsession cologne.

New Business

Ad Campaign: Due to poor publicity received by several members recently indicted for crimes ranging from embezzling art to burning and pillaging the rainforest, it was proposed that we create a new ad campaign to convince the public that CEOs are the all-knowing, all-powerful heroes of the New American Empire. Yet we remain completely in touch with our union brothers and sisters, the Common People.

Michael Eisner suggested an animated campaign featuring ducks, mice, dogs, and lovable monsters, smoking cigars and dressed in Armani suits, handing out dividend checks to common men/women/children on Main Street, USA.

J.W. Marriott, Jr., suggested an ad featuring his hotel in Hawaii and a jingle containing the phrase “Get lei’d.”

Neither idea was considered for adoption. Dick encouraged members to continue working on this project.

TV Shows: Due to continuing success of The Apprentice, it was decided to develop a new CEO reality series for next season, Shut Up and Do What I Tell You! Each episode will feature a day in the life of one of our members as they try their best to cope with incompetent minions, crush adversaries, yet still make it to the club by 6 for cocktails. If this does well in the ratings, we might expand to five nights a week, or even have our own 24-hour cable channel – The Boss Network.

A motion to adjourn was made by Warren Buffett (Berkshire-Hathaway) so he could go and count his money again. Motion was seconded by Phil Knight (Nike), who said he needed to do it, and passed by acclamation.