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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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Monday, November 19, 2007

Happy Thanksgiving


37 Comments:

at 11/19/07, 5:31 PM Blogger lou said...

Oh My Gosh---never saw it coming -BRILLIANT!

 
at 11/19/07, 5:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

We need to lower our standards on the SAT's

 
at 11/19/07, 5:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chinese Thanksgiving Celebration (as opposed to the Indians Thanksgiving); payback

 
at 11/19/07, 6:35 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

one word: DIET

 
at 11/19/07, 6:36 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice to know corporate america owns thanksgiving, too!

 
at 11/19/07, 6:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

now that they have completely ruined christmas; they could put all the lead-based toys on sale so that the homeless can afford them

 
at 11/19/07, 6:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

can you breathe in too many lead fumes walking in and out of toys R us? is lead catchy?

 
at 11/19/07, 6:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Giuliani promotes virtual fence By ELIZABETH WHITE, Associated Press Writer
33 minutes ago



MISSION, Texas - Republican presidential contender Rudy Giuliani pushed the idea of a "virtual" rather than a real fence along much of the U.S.-Mexico border on Monday, an issue that's controversial in the Rio Grande Valley where many people oppose construction of a physical fence to stop illegal immigration.

 
at 11/19/07, 6:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

We should make bombs in China

Let's celebrate how many bombs we've dropped this year (and how many casualties we DIDN'T have this year!)

General says N. Iraq most violent region By PAULINE JELINEK, Associated Press Writer
16 minutes ago

WASHINGTON - Despite a decline in violence in Iraq, northern Iraq has become more violent than other regions as al-Qaida and other militants move there to avoid coalition operations elsewhere, the region's top U.S. commander said Monday. Army Maj. Gen. Mark P. Hertling said al-Qaida cells still operate in all the key cities in the north.

 
at 11/19/07, 6:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how much oil does it cost to blow off a leg?

 
at 11/19/07, 6:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheers to all our friends around the world! Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year because we're going to be in your face

Chavez, Ahmadinejad to work against US By NASSER KARIMI, Associated Press Writer
20 minutes ago

TEHRAN, Iran - The presidents of Venezuela and Iran boasted Monday that they will defeat U.S. imperialism together, saying the fall of the dollar is a prelude to the end of Washington's global dominance.

 
at 11/19/07, 6:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

China Survivor

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

check the china

 
at 11/19/07, 7:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

are birth control pills made in China too?

 
at 11/19/07, 7:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it was really the Bengals game that did it

 
at 11/19/07, 8:59 PM Anonymous cookkenusa said...

"Chinese Carry Out." Hey, you gonna eat that fortune cookie?

 
at 11/20/07, 10:25 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

dumb here works!

(is it radioactive?)

 
at 11/20/07, 10:26 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.boston.com/business/specials/holiday/2007/boystoys/

 
at 11/20/07, 1:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Celebrating America's Cheap Integrity

Americans: Cons, always were, always will be...

 
at 11/20/07, 1:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Celebrating Americans' Atheism

 
at 11/20/07, 6:36 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sounds like a good murder mystery to me!

 
at 11/20/07, 6:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the chairs were made in China, and someone mislabeled the cyanide bottle "lead"

 
at 11/20/07, 6:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the chairs were made in China, and someone mislabeled the cyanide bottle "lead"

 
at 11/20/07, 6:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

China doesn't grow turkeys; Ohio does!

 
at 11/20/07, 6:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

CSI Murder Mystery: Who stole the Statue of Liberty?

 
at 11/20/07, 6:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can we make it to Christmas? Gives new meaning to Advent.

 
at 11/20/07, 6:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope China doesn't get ahold of these...

Romney heralds stem cell news
Mitt Romney's campaign is seeking to capitalize on Tuesday's announcement that scientists have created stem cells without having to make or destroy embryos. (Globe)

 
at 11/20/07, 7:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://yourphotos.boston.com/pages/photo_page.php?mm=15048&gallery=294

smoking in Ohio will kill you faster!

 
at 11/20/07, 7:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Say 'cheese"!

 
at 11/20/07, 7:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too much alcohol

 
at 11/20/07, 8:50 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bush's definition of happiness is different than mine

 
at 11/20/07, 8:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad Dr. Phil can't interview them...

Dr. Phil, what do you think, is this a subtle form of bioterrorism? and what is the chemical difference between too much lead on the brain and the symptoms of syphilis (oh, forgot you're not an md), i mean, how do you KNOW when lead is starting to affect your judgment, and by the way, how much time do you have after it's first ingested?

 
at 11/20/07, 8:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the eye chart needs to be replaced with a chemical chart

 
at 11/20/07, 10:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where is NBC's *ER* show? They're usually on top of current events

 
at 11/20/07, 10:32 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hell: not being able to eat Thanksgiving dinner made in China

 
at 11/21/07, 8:38 AM Blogger Jim Borgman said...

Is it just me, or have our commenters turned rather random?

 
at 11/21/07, 12:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, Jim great 'toons, all. Happy Thanksgiving.

Random: Aw, C'mon, it's a holiday week. We need a little random humor.

Be careful, all, if you go over the river and through the woods to Gramma's house.

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