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Funny Times September 2020 Issue

Cartoons about Restaurants . Zoom . Masks . Back-to-School . The Future . Fashion . Women . Birds . Rock . Writing . Religion . Evolution . Talk  and more!

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With cartoons by Scott Bateman, Bizarro, Harry Bliss, Ruben Bolling, Matt Bors, William Brown, Todd Condron, Dave Coverly, J.C. Duffy, Martha Gradisher, Steve Greenberg, Joe Heller, Jeff Hobbs, Judy Horacek, John Kastner, Keith Knight, Peter Kuper, Mary Lawton, Bill Mannetti, Scott Masear, Brian McFadden, Steve McGinn, Chris Monroe, P.S. Mueller, Drew Panckeri, Mark Parisi, Joel Pett, Rina Piccolo, Hilary Price, K.A. Polzin, Ted Rall, Jim Shoenbill, Andy Singer, Jen Sorensen, Mark Stivers, Ward Sutton, Tom Toles, Tom Tomorrow, Matt Wuerker  . . .  and lots more!

My Personal Pandemic Podcasting Network
By Raymond Lesser

The Salad Days
By Hillary Ring

Just Wear The Damn Mask!
By Stephen Lyons

Things I’ve Learned About Myself During Zoom Happy Hours
By J.C. Duffy

The Borowitz Report
By Andy Borowitz

The Upside Of Down: What If The Glass Is Half Full Of Monkey Pee?
By Joe Peabody

The Twenty-Four-Year Window Of Importance
By Janet Periat

Coping With Churchill
By Gretchen Volk

Thoreau 200 Years Later: Updated Excerpts From Walden; Or, Life In The Woods
By Howard Zaharoff

My Name Is Mandy And I’ll Be Your Narrator Today
By Roz Warren

Let’s Invent A Religion
By David Brinn Silly

GalactapaloozaWhich Civilization Will Survive?
By John Walsh

Boo-Hoo, You Wuss!
By K.A. Polzin


Cartoons about Back-To-School(?)
Curmudgeon on Wealth
Cartoons about Fashion
Dave Maleckar’s 100 Word Rant
News Of The Weird
Harper’s Index
News & Political Cartoons


8 thoughts on “Funny Times September 2020 Issue”

  1. On page 9 of your September 2020 issue, one the cartoons accompanying Joe Peabody’s article, “The Upside of Down,” depicts five humans marching across a bleak landscape, wearing what appears to be haystack costumes and carrot-like tie-on noses. Its caption is “Earth: Year 2021.”

    I am one of four readers of your delightful publication who are completely at sea about his one cartoon. Is it a reference to a TV show or game with which we are not familiar–or to something else of which we are ignorant? The age range in this group is 15 to 69. What are we missing, please?

    Thank you for your attention.

    • You’re not ‘missing’ anything, Mark. Everyone projects their vision of The Future in different ways. This is a whimsical projection by cartoonist Liniers, who often puts a lighter spin on potentially heavy subjects.

  2. I have been a subscriber for years, and wanted to get a copy of Galactapalooza.

    But I am old and don’t know how to access it on web.

    But I was in Alaska politics for 40 years and am a hard core liberal Democrat-all my life.

    You have a great magazine.

    • Thanks for your interest in Chris Hume’s Galactapalooza, Charles. I’ll pass your request on to the Appropriate Party and see if we can hook you up.

  3. Who drew the “Bookworms” cartoon in your Sep 2020 issue? It’s on page 19, upper right corner.

    Yes, I know the artist info is at the lower left corner, but it’s way too tiny for my poor eyes! Thanks


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