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Take a peek over Jim Borgman's shoulder

Jim Borgman has been the Enquirer's editorial cartoonist since 1976. Borgman has won every major award in his field, including the 1991 Pulitzer Prize, the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year in 1993, and most recently, the Adamson Award in 2005 as International Cartoonist of the Year. His award-winning daily comic strip Zits, co-created with Jerry Scott, chronicles the life of 15-year-old Jeremy Duncan, his family and friends through the glories and challenges of the teenage years. Since debuting in July 1997, Zits has regularly finished #1 in reader comics polls across America and is syndicated in more than 1300 newspapers around the world.

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Friday, June 29, 2007

Summer Break

Time for a break from the action. I'll be back on Thursday July 19. Talk among yourselves.


at 6/29/07, 11:25 PM Anonymous Envious said...

I want your vacation schedule!

at 6/30/07, 7:28 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hell, i want your job! sit around, copying ideas off of everyone else, being unoriginal, and being repetitive. then take vacations whenever you'd like!

sign me up!

at 6/30/07, 8:31 AM Anonymous H. Beige said...

"Talk among ourselves"? Hmmm, I'll wait.

at 6/30/07, 8:35 AM Anonymous anon 35 said...

"Repetitive"? You post the same vitriolic, unoriginal, uninspired, unkind, and boring diatribe every day, anonymous.

at 6/30/07, 10:20 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'll try to find synonyms for "ugh, again?" and "seriously man, try something new. i've seen this 5 times already this week."

at 6/30/07, 2:26 PM Anonymous The Truth said...

7:28 A.M. Anonymous is obviously a grumpy, mean, old fart with no famiy, no spouse, no life. He gets up early, eats his prunes, jumps right to the Borgman cartoon and spews hatred toward Jim Borgman on the blog.

I feel sorry for him.
He'll die a lonely death and not even Jim Borgman will read his obituary.

at 6/30/07, 6:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually, im a full time college student.

and i hate prunes.

at 6/30/07, 8:11 PM Anonymous Observer said...

Haha I was highly interested to see what kind of volatile comments would spew forth with Jim's simple message that he's going on vacation and to talk among yourselves. My suspicions were confirmed that even the most neutral of postings would have the same results from the same people.

at 6/30/07, 11:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's amazing how far so many people have their noses up jim borgman's rear end....good lord, the guy is washed up and past his prime.

just coasting to retirement, i guess.

at 7/1/07, 2:19 AM Anonymous Joseph Harbin said...

Is civility a lost American virtue?

at 7/1/07, 9:46 PM Anonymous nose up Borgman's rear end said...

Good news, anonymous at 7:28 am. Borgman has submitted his resignation. He cited cruel and unusual punishment from his only critic for his decision to leave political cartooning after a distinguished 30-year career. The job is yours. Obviously, because he was criticized several times by a FULL-TIME COLLEGE STUDENT, Mr. Borgman was intimidated by your vastly superior intellect and talent. I wait in great anticipation of viewing your first cartoon in the Enquirer and in other major newspapers. Once again. Congratulations.

at 7/2/07, 12:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how can you type with your nose stuck so far up his ass?

isnt it hard to see the keys?

at 7/2/07, 6:16 PM Anonymous impeach, reimpeach, and impeach again said...

hey jim. c'mon back for a quick one. seems that scooter pie won't be needing his soap on a rope.

the circle is finally complete. the republicans no more believe in the rule of law than they believe in lesbian tooth fairies.

at 7/2/07, 9:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

List of pardons by Bill Clinton:

i was going to copy and paste, but that would have taken up pages!!

i heart liberal hypocrisy!

at 7/3/07, 4:48 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

god, i can't believe clinton pardoned this one:

Larry Lee Duncan W. D. Okla. 1992 Altering an automobile odometer, 15 U.S.C. ยง 1984

how can clinton live with himself knowing he set this person free.

at 7/3/07, 12:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

List of pardons by Bill Clinton:
i heart liberal hypocrisy!

Did any of them work in the White House and try to cover up the administration's corruption?

at 7/3/07, 12:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

enjoy your vaction

at 7/3/07, 7:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


i realize you liberals have a hard time with reality and that whole "fact" thing, but you should really do your research before you make such ignorant comments.

do yourself a favor. in the words of the left's new savior, rosie o...

Henry Cisneros.
Google it.


at 7/3/07, 8:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


this memo single handedly proves every argument against libby, and anyone else involved in this is complete bs. plame recommended her husband, plain and simple

try again, liberals.

at 7/3/07, 8:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh no! lets try again!

at 7/4/07, 7:50 AM Blogger Christopher Phillips said...

I can't comment on the content but the cartoon illustrations are really good. Oh to have artistic ability!!

More Interesting Reading - Popular Ebooks Library

at 7/4/07, 4:15 PM Anonymous H. B. said...

Cartoons in the New York Times today. (Op Ed page) Yay!

at 7/4/07, 11:12 PM Anonymous Uncle Sam said...

Happy 4th of July!

at 7/5/07, 4:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Borgman reminds me of the angsty teenage character Jeremy in his comic strip Zits.

Always mad at someone ("the man") or something without having any idea what they are talking about.

at 7/5/07, 5:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

4:55, you're joking right, or does drinking kool aid take away one's sense of humor?

at 7/6/07, 1:00 AM Anonymous Not anonymous said...

I love this!

One jackass college student keeps making anti-Borgman comments to keep the blog going while good ol' Jim Borgman is away on vacation.


at 7/6/07, 1:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol..i havent commented for days. it's people like you who are obsessed with borgman and so far up his ass that keeps the blog going!!! god forbid anyone call out your precious borgman with valid arguments and make him look ridiculous, right? :( at least he has fans like you that can be so easily entertained by his endless recycling of the same ideas over and over and over.

cute, but you have a little something something on your nose...

i heart liberal hypocrisy!


at 7/6/07, 9:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

"i heart liberal hypocrisy!
PATHETIC! actually, im a full time college's amazing how far so many people have their noses up jim borgman's rear end. you have a little something something on your nose...

i heart liberal hypocrisy!

good lord, the guy is washed up and past his prime.

just coasting to retirement, i guess. i heart liberal hypocrisy!
These comments should be ignored until this person learns to spell the word "hate". I'LL TYPE IT REAL SLOWLY FOR YOU. "H.A.T.E." No need to thank me. You are welcome.

at 7/6/07, 11:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

.............are you kidding me?

did you seriously just post that?? you must be old, right?

you see, sometimes us youngins use something called "sarcasm", and 99% of internet users understand that sometimes, people use "<3" or "heart" in place of the word "love". eg: i <3 scooter libby. hell, wasn't there even a movie called "i heart huckabees" or something?

now with that in mind, read that sentence over again

and feel really stupid. everyone here is laughing at you.


at 7/7/07, 10:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought these insane right wingers went the way of the republican majority in congress... i guess not all of them.

Anon, if you're this mean spirited in college I don't want to run across you as a real adult, working for some comb-over's reelection campaign for state rep.

And go to Wikipedia and look at the list of presidents and how many pardons they issued, Clinton is right there with your Demi-God Reagan & most of the presidents before him, Some were over 1000 !, Bush #1 only had 70+ & his son only has a handful but let's wait till he's out of there, most come in the last year.

So let's try to relax, our country is in a pretty good place after having Dem's run it for the majority of the 20th century, so just go to sleep with your copy of Ann Coulter's latest piece of garbage & dream of one day living in a white-only America


at 7/7/07, 11:08 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...


"These comments should be ignored until this person learns to spell the word "hate". I'LL TYPE IT REAL SLOWLY FOR YOU. "H.A.T.E." No need to thank me. You are welcome."

yeah yeah, thats right. I AM mean spirited!?! laffffffff (L.A.F.F.F.F.F.F.F.F.)

i HEART (H.E.A.R.T.) liberal hypocrisy!


at 7/8/07, 7:01 PM Anonymous T. Mraz said...

Wanna hold it down, bub, people are trying to sleep.

at 7/8/07, 11:36 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey, did anyone hear about the live earth concert in johannesburg? you know, the one that was gonna raise awareness about stopping global warming.

snowed out. how nice.


oh, that's a statistical outlier eh? well how about the fact that the earth is hundreds of millions of years old and we're calling mild, mild upswings in temperature a crisis.

at 7/9/07, 10:35 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wait a minute. why are you talking about minor climate changes over millions of years. i thought the earth was only 6000 years old. but it doesn't matter. we can trash it all we want because god is coming to take us all to heaven unless you're a liberal. then he has something warmer in mind.

at 7/9/07, 11:22 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

haha. yes i did hear about that. SNOW! i love it.

anyone with an IQ over 70 hasn't fallen for the global warming hysteria BS. i've never heard al gore giving a reasonable explanation as to why the ice caps on mars are melting at the same rate ours are melting. we've managed to destroy SPACE as well? there was also a really good article debunking a majority of examples al gore used in his movie.,CST-EDT-REF30b.article

in the 80's and 90's, liberals were going on a rampage about global cooling. suddenly, they realized they might be wrong and did a complete 180, yet they're still using the same science. it's hysterical.

my fabulous geology professor at UC showed us a video (we were also forced to watch gores movie. the peaceful tree hugging music makes for good nap inducer!) regarding climate change, and they spoke for about 2 minutes on global dimming. i doubt any of the global warming nutjobs know anything about it, so "GOOGLE IT". apparently, after 9/11 occurred and no planes were allowed to fly, the average temperature in the US increased substantially. i mentioned that if that was the case, A) doesn't that prove the sun plays a larger part in OMG GLOBAL WARMING than we do? and B) couldn't we be actually shooting ourselves in the foot by essentially cleaning the air? obviously, the emissions from the planes kept our area cooler, so if we wanted to prevent the warming up of america, shouldn't we be more concerned about blocking out the sun?

her response was, " know, i guess you could be right."

but no no no no, lets make huge changes, rapidly, without a complete knowledge of what is going on, and shoot ourselves in the foot! it's funny that for a group who claims to want to save the environment, they want to rush to action without understanding the consequences of what they're going to do (thank god we were able to stop them in the 80's and 90's). they're more concerned about politics than people, and that is truly


p.s. dont you just love the "tolerant" liberals, like the one above me? god forbid anyone have an idea that might not fit with their ideology.

at 7/9/07, 12:49 PM Anonymous anon 6:35 said...


There once was a blogger craving

to let his fingers do the raving

So he typed and spewed without

and gave freedom of speech a bad name.

(Drop the juvenile insults and your viewss might get some respect.)

at 7/10/07, 7:27 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you need to do a cartoon on that warren county prosecutor who gave out all those tickets on the miami river. A troll under the bridge would be appropiate.

at 7/10/07, 10:50 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why does a cartoonist even need this blog?
It runs itself with these comments!

There's a reason why this jackass is in school....he's still stupid.

at 7/10/07, 10:54 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

dont you just love the "tolerant" liberals, like the one above me? god forbid anyone have an idea that might not fit with their ideology.

silly me, to think i would object to you teaching my kids your harmless little superstitions. gee, its too bad they don't burn witches at the stake anymore.

at 7/10/07, 12:38 PM Anonymous Ian the bean said...

Yeah... like me Mum used to say: Fight nice, boys..

at 7/10/07, 12:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


oh, now he wants to kill anyone with an opposing viewpoint?

so typical.

yep, tolerant liberals for ya!


at 7/10/07, 12:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


no one except for you stated the earth was 6,000 years old. its a shame you have to put words into other peoples mouths to get your point across.

to everyone else bitching and moaning, not once have i name called on here. it's the liberals on here who have to toss around childish insults, but good try.

and to the person who wrote the cute little poem about free speech, isnt it a bit contradictory to end your poem with "drop your views"? i mean, i would assume that after someone writes a cute little poem about free speech, he wouldnt end it by saying "ok, now stop talking about your views!"


i love liberalism. you people are truly sad, and it's no wonder the democrat controlled congress has the LOWEST approval rating in HISTORY.

even president bush is more popular than nancy pelosi and harry reid combined. OUCH!


at 7/10/07, 2:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is quite humorous to see the hypocrisy this kid is pointing out. I'm actually enjoying this more than Mr. Borgman's cartoons. It's amazing how upset some of you guys are getting at him. Truth hurts, i suppose.

Maybe you should start your own blog?

at 7/11/07, 2:17 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

haha. isnt it cute?

and thanks, but i think i'll stick to this one. i don't want to have to work too hard, and well, the liberals on here make it cake for me.

at 7/11/07, 2:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Editorial Cartoonist Doug Marlette Killed in a Car Crash:

Jim, be careful coming home!

at 7/11/07, 10:25 PM Anonymous nose up Borgman's rear end said...

It is quite humorous to see the hypocrisy this kid is pointing out. I'm actually enjoying this more than Mr. Borgman's cartoons. It's amazing how upset some of you guys are getting at him. Truth hurts, i suppose.

Maybe you should start your own blog?

2:55 PM

Anonymous said...
haha. isnt it cute?

and thanks, but i think i'll stick to this one. i don't want to have to work too hard, and well, the liberals on here make it cake for me.

2:17 AM. THESE TWO BLOGGERS ARE DESPERATELY SEEKING ATTENTION. I encourage both of these obviously superior intellectual individuals to create their own blog. Their vast knowledge is wasted on BorgBlog. In fact, I encourage both of you to submit your profound observations to Ann Coulter's blog. Her crowd, a very exclusive group, appreciates reading your version of truth. Thanks for providing the minority view.

at 7/12/07, 8:11 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

minority view? 14% of americans support the democrat controlled congress. that is the lowest number IN HISTORY i'd hardly call my view, and the views of the brilliant minds who agree with me, the "minority". good try though.

ahhhh yes. i love liberalism. when they don't like those who disagree with them exercising their first amendment rights, they try to silence them! when you can't compete in the arena of ideas, i guess that is your only alternative, isn't it?


at 7/12/07, 4:33 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

With the focus on drunk driving violations, one wonders why the Enquirer and other media have not given as much publicity to the Kentucky State Trooper charged with DUI and mulitple counts of Assault 1st as given to the Grant County bus driver. That trooper, now charged with equally serious offenses, was testifying against the bus driver just a few short weeks ago. The irony.

at 7/13/07, 10:13 PM Anonymous i heart conservative hypocrisy! said...

To anonymous at 8:11 a.m. You said "when liberals don't like those who disagree with them exercising their first amendment rights, they try to silence them." What attempt was made to silence your point of view? You have proven you can't compete in the "arena of ideas" without resisting the urge to personally attack any blogger with an opposing view. (I heart liberal hypocricy-I love liberal hypocricy. Pathetic.) Your supporters encouraged you to start your own blog. You declined, stating:"I don't want to have to work too hard." It is obvious you aren't too ambitious. I think you would rather spend your days at a computer spewing hatred toward anyone you consider "liberal" from the safety of your home, instead of volunteering to serve the United States of America as a soldier in our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. I agree with your statement: "god forbid anyone have an idea that might not fit with their ideology."

at 7/14/07, 3:34 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

whaaaat? more liberal hypocrisy?!?!

hahahaha. this is a CLASSIC defintion of hypocrisy! you just went on a personal attack rampage against ME, yet YOU just did the EXACT same thing! you mentioned that it is ME who cannot compete in the arena of ideas when YOU spent your ENTIRE post making assumptions and personal attacks?!?

ohhhhhh the hypocrisy is amazing. do as i say, not as i do, right?


at 7/14/07, 4:38 PM Blogger Terrence said...

I remember seeing today's cartoon in your sketchbook way back when. It's clever, and the drawing is very nice, especially the color.

List of pardons by Bill Clinton:

But Clinton!!

at 7/15/07, 10:22 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey just a thing about global warming. If you want proof look to the antartic area and the ice shelfs. Overt he last 60 years we have lost a ton of fresh water and the habitat for animals down there.
I just cant wait to go to antartic the new fun in the sun hot spot

at 7/15/07, 11:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually, its gaining ice. greenland is as well. go google it. try "antarctica gaining ice", and you see your evidence of "proof" fade away. :(

another liberal 'fact' proven false. IMAGINE THAT!


at 7/15/07, 10:21 PM Anonymous tim of sioux falls said...

I enjoy Jim Borgman's cartoons. He is among the elite in political cartooning. However, his blog has become a combat zone where no one dares to enter for fear of retribution. I find it difficult to discuss relevant issues about cartooning or current events when one person's unreasonable hostility toward an opposing view poisons the venue for exchanging ideas.

at 7/16/07, 2:03 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

here in ohio, we call them "democrats"

at 7/17/07, 10:54 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pathetic Anonymous reminds me of Vizzini from The Princess Bride. He knows so much that I must ask him some questions.

Please tell me what administration has done the most for our country? Honestly, I really don't know. Was it FDR with the New Deal? The nation's debt went through the roof when he was in office. FDR was a democrat. The debt went through the roof while "w" was in office, as we are all aware, he is republican. So, please tell me who is right. Maybe it was JFK?
Please define the difference between a liberal and a conservative? From my understanding, liberals like to tax and spend on things like welfare and social programs. Perhaps even sit on their thrones and nitpick what the conservatives are doing without providing any suggestions on how to solve the problem.
Conservatives appear to be church goers or Christians - Christ like. This is just my understanding and I am probably wrong, but Christ seemed to be the ultimate liberal. I give you loaves and fishes night, water into wine, etc. I think that Conservatives also tend to like nice highways to drive cars, police and fire departments for safety, have fewer taxes, and believe that all families have two parents with a few kids. Conservatives also like to sit on their thrones and nitpick what the liberals are doing without providing any real solution.

As you can probably tell, I am somewhat in the middle of liberalism and conservatism. I don't like the fact that the democrats think that they are supporting the troops by trying to end the war instead of giving them the supplies they need to protect themselves. I also don't like that "w" sent our troops over to Iraq without a clear exit strategy and created more amputees and fatherless / motherless children in our country. I don't like how companies in the US are financially benefiting from this war. Some who have ties to Cheney. As a parent of two beautiful children ages 5 and 2, I don't like seeing kids get killed by foster parents who were charged with protecting them. Or, a little girl burned to death by her mother's boyfriend. Or fathers that sexually molest their daughters who cannot then get an abortion and have to give birth to their brother because conservatives believe that a father wouldn't do that.

So tell me, Vizzini, should we go back to the beginning to straighten this all out? What would be the perfect answer for you? Perhaps you will find it on the Internet with all the other information you are quoting. Personally, I am still waiting for Gates to pay me for all my e-mails.

at 7/17/07, 12:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what, you say bill gates is paying for emails. where do i sign up? also, i know this person in nigeria who has a deal you can't say no to.

at 7/19/07, 11:37 PM Anonymous Reality Check said...

Off the top: Any cartoon that references Galaxy Quest has to be good!

Back to the clean-up down here . . . looks like I really do have to post this every time . . .:

Doesn't climate change occur naturally?

The climate has always changed -- sometimes abruptly, but never before with human help. Carbon dioxide levels and temperatures are now headed higher than human civilization has experienced. Everyone studying the matter -- including so-called climate "skeptics" -- acknowledges that adding carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to the atmosphere traps more heat, warming the planet.

Don't some scientists dispute global warming?

Few do anymore. Skeptics dispute whether the heat-trapping properties of greenhouse gases are affecting our climate more than natural variability. The most recent draft of the report released today, however, says, "Warming of the climate is unequivocal" and that heating caused by man-made emissions has outpaced natural warming by at least five times.

So there is no serious disagreement among climate scientists?

Quite the contrary. But arguments among scientists actively researching the issue tend to center on questions such as: How fast is the globe likely to warm? What's the most probable amount of sea level rise? How fast will the ocean absorb the heat?

Didn't scientists say 30 years ago that we were headed for an ice age?

It's true that a small group of scientists speculated that the Earth was likely heading into an ice age. According to fossil records, warm climate periods, such as the one we're in now, usually last about 10,000 years -- and it's been about 12,000 for this one so far. Today's report says that, absent greenhouse gases, most regions in the globe would have seen slight cooling in the past few decades -- though certainly not enough to be called an ice age. Bottom line: the widespread agreement today among climate scientists is a far cry from the speculations of a few in the 1970s.

Couldn't a warmer climate be better?

There are upsides to a warmer planet. As the growing seasons lengthen you can plant your vegetables sooner in the spring. More carbon dioxide, which plants turn to food through photosynthesis, generally makes plants grow faster, but it's unclear how much. Places too cold for agriculture could become fertile. But those benefits could easily be outweighed by droughts, flooding, more intense and frequent forest fires and more insects.

Isn't key global warming research like the "hockey stick" wrong? The "hockey stick" refers to a 1998 temperature graph spanning the past 1,000 years showing a rise in the 20th century (the upward bend of the hockey stick). A 2003 critique by an economist and a mining executive said the climate scientists' earlier analysis relied too heavily on reading tree rings in the American West, skewing the recent temperature trend upward. A National Academy of Sciences review deemed some of the criticisms valid but said the original study's basic conclusions were "supported by an array of evidence." At least seven subsequent studies agreed. Finally, the hockey stick was not the foundation of modern climate-change science -- just one of many pieces of evidence.

Isn't it too late to fix it?

Over the past 300 years, people have burned a lot of oil and coal, emitting carbon dioxide. The gas stays in the atmosphere for possibly hundreds of years, so warming already under way will last centuries. Already 3.2 billion metric tons of CO2 is added to the atmosphere annually, and the number is climbing rapidly. Scientists debate when the tipping points will be reached where warming and damage become uncontrollable. But virtually all agree it will help matters to control the release of greenhouse gases.

Scientists blew their earlier projections of sea-level rise, so why should we believe this one?

Actually, the new report only slightly revises the probabilities of some of the most harmful scenarios regarding sea-level rise. The median projection is basically the same as in the last report.

BTW: snow in Johanesburg? Weird weather is actually a classic symptom of climate change; and increased ice in CERTAIN PARTS of ice packs is expected from Global Climate Change models, as the salinity of the ocean decreases ("fresher" water forms more ice).

Mars: Ummm, yeah, maybe Mars's pure CO2 atmosphere has something to do with it? Oh, I guess that wasn't brought up . . . Either way, I'm yet to hear of Martian Climate Change being anywhere near on par with Earth's . . .

at 8/8/07, 8:04 AM Blogger G-RANT said...

since borgman is apparently washed up, i was wondering what new cartooninst you reccomend, anonymous. based on your posts, i picture someone like this guy.

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