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  1. Not to bad by Friday Funny standards, but a little unrealistic — McCain can’t raise his arms that high…

  2. Not to bad by Friday Funny standards, but a little unrealistic — McCain can’t raise his arms that high…

    Immediate winner.
    And way funnier than the actual cartoon

  3. Why does reason hate good comedy?

  4. I find it ironic that the friday funnies are less funny than most of the ridiculous authoritarian stuff that we read about during the week.
    Maybe you should call it the Friday Cartoon, or Friday Illustration or something.

  5. Better than the average Friday funny… which is still a bit depressing.

  6. If marijuana were legal, would this be funny?

  7. If marijuana were legal, would this be funny?

    Maybe. Let’s try it for ten years or so.

  8. If marijuana were legal, would this be funny?
    Probably not, but it would be interesting.

    I still remember being captivated by Madhouse (1990 John Larroquette Kirstie Alley) one summer afternoon. Nobody was laughing, but nobody said a word either. That’s 20 minutes I’ll never get back (commercial broke the spell and we all headed out the door) but I can’t say they were wasted because I was.

  9. If marijuana were legal, would this be funny?

    Well, maybe if you were smoking it while reading the cartoon it would. But that’s not saying much.

    “Look, all I’m saying is if you still wanna smoke pot then be prepared to spend a lot of time laughing with your friends.” — Jeffrey Jellineck

  10. Maybe you should call it the Friday Cartoon, or Friday Illustration or something.

    The Vendredoodle.

  11. SWIM finds things which fail at being funny to be buzzkills.

  12. Immediate winner.
    And way funnier than the actual cartoon

    I’d like to thank everyone that contributed to this win, including all you trolls out there; and all the little people, who never get a chance to win threads; and the DEMAND KURVE!; and…

  13. You guys should just start using Family Circus for your Friday “Funnies”. Or Ziggy. Or Garfield. Or this.

  14. The genius of juxtaposition through unwilling collaboration is validated by the “Family Circus” w/random Nietzsche quotes or “Garfield without Garfield”. ‘Course absurdity is somewhat cheap.

    Now when I think of CO2 emissions and mortality, I think of that Modest Mouse song “Parting of the Sensory”.

  15. Who can forget “The Nameless Dread”: The Family Circus + H.P. Lovecraft?

  16. It’s really hard for me to say which is more brilliant, Family Circus +Nietzsche or Fam Circ +Lovecraft, but I guess I would give a slight nod to Lovecraft.

  17. Warner Brothers

    I remember catching a WB toon one buzzy morning when the mice counfounded Claude the cat by mounting all the furniture on the ceiling while Claude slept.

    and watching the expressions on Wile E. Coyote’s face when he repeatedly met his fate.

  18. I still remember being captivated by Madhouse (1990 John Larroquette Kirstie Alley) one summer afternoon. Nobody was laughing, but nobody said a word either. That’s 20 minutes I’ll never get back (commercial broke the spell and we all headed out the door) but I can’t say they were wasted because I was.
    In high school, they showed the entire 10th grade The Other Sister.
    When we walked out of the auditorium, no one said a fucking word.

  19. Hello my dear.

    Behind a melody
    the close of the
    day resembles the
    north wind attending
    a field, and this
    water-course appears
    in my mind like
    a delicate sadness
    at the height of
    the season: I wait
    for a pleasure, I dream
    the sunflower.

    Francesco Sinibaldi

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