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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, August 31, 2007



at 8/31/07, 2:24 PM Anonymous andy said...

Nothing frustrates me more than to see so many cartoons in a short period of time all about the same issue. It makes me want to throw down the newspaper, or angrily turn off the computer, as the case may be.
Sure, maybe this cartoon could be considered humorous- a little bit contrived, maybe, but worth a chuckle. But coming right after another tax levy cartoon, it's redundant and obnoxious.
Get some new material.

at 8/31/07, 4:41 PM Anonymous Barney said...

Waaaahhh! Poor lil' Andy needs to be entertained by the internet and newspaper...waaaaahhhhh!

Awesome cartoon!

at 8/31/07, 5:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe its not the newspaper, maybe the city needs to change; as far as I can tell, the flying pigs and the flying cockroaches aren't going anywhere soon either!!
(unfortunately, the same is true of Bushian politics, or the lack thereof; when will we EVER hear that tune change? hopefully in my great grandkis' lives...!!!!!!)

at 8/31/07, 5:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm tired of singing the "We need MORE troops now!" rap song

at 8/31/07, 5:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe kids' can pay their own way like we did in the 1920's instead of buying drug, guns and other stuff

at 9/1/07, 11:14 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

we could institute a fat tax for everyone driving over bridges and flying in airplanes (to start..) we could do it in malls later (so many malls$$$!!)

at 9/1/07, 11:17 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, we could do like the churches and charge money for attendance and for not forgiving sins and for building funds and seminars and for every damn thing(it aint the Catholics who are the only ones who do that) so people have to keep coming back to that church forever; it's been working for 2000 years!, ever since the day Jesus died on the cross for our sins! (there's always the problem of snow days, holidays and vacations, tho)

at 9/1/07, 11:19 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

could we use the leftover fireworks from the Red's games? (there won't be that many)we should give the Reds a proficiency test, a no ballplayer left behind law too!

at 9/1/07, 11:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

AIDS test consent at issue in Mass.
Federal push to ease rules could cost state
By Stephen Smith, Globe Staff | September 1, 2007

at 9/3/07, 7:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

who in their right mind would pay an organization to kill creativity? but the whole country is killing creativity: we have only one solution for every problem

at 9/4/07, 10:50 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

save the fireworks for when bush leaves, the exit grande!; we'll need as many as we can get!

at 9/5/07, 1:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the least we could do for the rest of the world is give them free fireworks for the very blessed day of 1.20.09 (a day recorded in The Book of Life!)

at 9/5/07, 2:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

if we really want to indoctrinate the us kids with american culture, we need to teach them economics, just how to raise money for schools, but 1. that all the money this administration has thrown away will never be retrieved 2. that all the debt that this administration incurred will be paid by them, the kids 3. how to pay for a 100-200K college education for more of the same!

at 9/5/07, 3:50 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boston 84 55 .604 --
NY Yankees 77 62 .554 7
Toronto 70 68 .507 13 1/2
Baltimore 60 77 .438 23
Tampa Bay 57 82 .410 27

The Reds owe us a season!!!

at 9/5/07, 3:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

We teach China greed
We teach Iraq war
We teach Mexico thievery

at 9/6/07, 2:22 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:51; Are you the mayor of simpleton, or merely a court jester ?

Mao and the People's republic created the "greed" for freedom.

Saddam manifested Iraqi "diplomacy" (ask any Kurd fortunate enough not to have been gassed.)

Jingoistic taunts at our south of the border neighbors cannot obscure real progress since NAFTA.

someteachtheirchildrennotsowell, leavingthemtodieincarseats.

at 9/6/07, 12:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the only thing we need to teach kids (besides ethics, if we can) is the difference between debit and credit, and who's responsible for it (they can take the advanced courses of how to rob the poor to pay the rich later)

at 9/6/07, 1:42 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

since we espouse China's manufacuring policies and information espionage, maybe we should also espouse their socialism and pay for all kids education in this country

at 9/7/07, 12:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe we should just send our kids to schools in China, to learn engineering and manufacturing and economics

at 9/7/07, 12:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

and religion

at 9/7/07, 12:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

they have our patents anyway

at 9/7/07, 6:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

probably the best way to dgo would be to have kids learn on-line and then we could get rid of the teachers;
1. Choose your own version of English like you choose your own font every day
2. Choose your own manufacturing processes, with or without lead
3. Determine whether or not you'll get medical benefits when you retire

at 9/8/07, 1:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reduce parts
Reduce performance
Reduce safety

Lying, cheating, stealing

at 9/8/07, 1:34 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

'iCarly' captures tweens as video stars
On this Nickelodeon show that debuts tonight, requests for user video are woven into the plot; it's a sitcom that happens to require a stream of uploads.

this is america's educational system

at 9/10/07, 12:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Innovation Economy
Why Facebook went west
Turned down by a local venture capitalist, two Harvard students look to Silicon Valley for funding instead. The result: Boston misses out on an online phenomenon worth up to $6 billion.
By Scott Kirsner | September 9, 2007

The Boston Globe

at 9/11/07, 12:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the schools are designed to keep people stupid, as opposed to developing any personal latent talent

at 9/13/07, 1:53 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just tell kids to go into banking; it's what's running the world

Bank of America raises ATM surcharge
September 13, 2007

CHARLOTTE, N.C. --Bank of America Corp. has raised surcharges for noncustomers at most of its ATMs nationwide to $3 from $2.

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Sign up for: Globe Headlines e-mail | Breaking News Alerts The Charlotte-based bank, which has more than 17,000 ATMs, made the change in most markets in July and August, spokeswoman Betty Riess said.

Bank of America has the largest ATM network in the United States and the higher fees could affect millions of consumers.

But Riess said, "The fee itself and the amount are disclosed on the ATMs, so (customers) can opt out and cancel their transaction."

"We really want to make our ATM network convenient for our customers," Riess said. "In order to maintain that, it is appropriate to charge people who aren't our customers for accessing our convenience."

The higher fees are mostly at machines in financial centers and in grocery stores, where most of the users are bank customers, Riess said. Roughly 10,700 ATMs -- nearly two-thirds of the bank's network -- are affected.

The bank is not making the change at 6,300 offsite ATMs in shopping malls, airports, universities and other locations, she said.

However, ATMs in the Chicago-area, where Bank of America is acquiring LaSalle Bank Corp., are not affected.


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at 9/15/07, 12:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why online college is so cool:
1) Convenient 2) Some employers pay tuition 3) Higher salary with higher degree - 4) Top schools online.

at 9/16/07, 11:42 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every adult in America should teach voluntarily for a year in an american public high school; does anybody know what the constitution really says?

at 9/19/07, 2:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's the point of schools anyway when parents teach their kids to cheat others on the job for money, and when adults teach kids right out of college the same fraudulant business practices?

at 9/20/07, 1:31 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

ask the governor where all the money is going

at 9/20/07, 6:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

one message is clear: (good) teachers will be leaving Ohio and going out of state to find jobs if they have to dish out $5-10K every four years and keep taking classes for the rest of their lives at their own expense to renew certificates; how can THAT be HELPING teachers' salaries? WHO thought of that one? must have had some bad nuns for teachers...

at 9/20/07, 6:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

might as well teach in China and demand higher salaries for what is being taught and avoid the middle man, ie, corporate america, who claims rights (steals) to all employees' ideas/patents and then gives them to China; there's a potential teaching racket here...!

at 9/21/07, 11:40 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

just teach the constitution and what (in theory) our inalienable rights and freedoms (might be)

at 9/28/07, 12:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

schools, or casinos or homeless shelters; tough decision

at 9/28/07, 12:56 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

We DO care about our childrens!

at 9/28/07, 5:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

we really do!

Bush vows to veto insurance expansion By CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press Writer
1 hour, 35 minutes ago
WASHINGTON - President Bush insisted to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Friday that he's going ahead with his promised veto of a major expansion of a children's health program despite its overwhelming approval by Congress.

at 12/8/07, 9:52 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

why can't they find administrators and principals whose iq's are higher than 50 (combined?)

at 12/8/07, 9:52 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

they should start serving beer at lunch; it'll prepare them for corporate america and the beerfests on Friday after work at Watsons

at 12/8/07, 3:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

there are more drugs in america's high schools than there are in all of Mexico!

at 12/25/07, 12:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how does forcing teachers to pay for their own education courses after they have a master's degree in order to renew their certificates every four years ad infinitum help anyone? The educational system is the only system in the world that requires the employees to pay for their own education, even student teachers. It doesn't make any sense, especially if the courses are useless and worthless - how is this helping anyone? is it just helping the colleges who get the money? robbing from the poor to pay the rich? none of it makes any sense at all

at 1/26/08, 1:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

here's what people fail to understand: if teachers don't pass the kids in school at all levels through the no-kid-left-behind-to-burden-us-rule, they get FIRED, so the job of "teachers" is NOT to teach, but to PASS KIDS; the kids and teachers are rotated in and out of the revolving door, sometimes as many teachers as 5/week being fired; all around the nation

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