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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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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Gloating Not Recommended


29 Comments:

at 1/17/08, 5:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

he still has too many legs

 
at 1/17/08, 5:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bush has one poll (himself): how many people did I kill, maim,terrorize or steal from today?

 
at 1/17/08, 5:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it must be lonely at the top

 
at 1/17/08, 6:08 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder what bush's definition of 'budget' is?

 
at 1/17/08, 8:58 PM Blogger Haystacks Calhoun said...

Mr. small type anon poster,

Give it a rest...I think one of your inane posts per cartoon is more than sufficient.

Thank you.

 
at 1/17/08, 9:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ahmadinejad says Bush sent a 'message of confrontation'

OBEONEINSTIGATORKANOBE

 
at 1/17/08, 9:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you forgot the tears

 
at 1/17/08, 9:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ahmadinejad says Bush sent a 'message of confrontation'

bush, give it a rest already! weRe running out of arms and legs!

 
at 1/17/08, 9:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wonder if bush will approve the arms and legs billion dollar bill that's up for his veto

 
at 1/18/08, 8:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE:
your next imaginary mission, should you accept...

 
at 1/18/08, 8:53 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lord knows there can never be acknowledgment of success in Iraq from the Left.From the trashing of Petraeus by Moveon.org to the "I don't buy it" by Count Dracula aka Tom Lantos,to the "willing suspension of disbelief" remark by the Golden One aka HRC,the LEFT can't afford to hand out accolades to anyone regarding Iraq.That's the type of conduct that will always ensure I never vote for a D in my lifetime,locally or nationally.

 
at 1/18/08, 9:20 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't confuse bush and his groupies with the facts

 
at 1/18/08, 9:21 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

GE profits up 4%

where do these "extra" parts go....?

 
at 1/18/08, 10:09 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thinks

"WHICH SHOULD NOT BE CONFUSED WITH MISSION ACCOMPLISHED"

nakes more sense.

 
at 1/18/08, 2:16 PM Blogger Philip Shade said...

Stemming the bloodflow after four years off lies, malfeasance, corruption and incompetence, my grudgingly be called "progress."

"Success" could have been going in with the an overwhelming superiority of troops (the Powell Doctrine) and preparing for contingencies beyond being welcomed as liberators.

 
at 1/18/08, 8:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://frontier.cincinnati.com/blogs/borgman/2008/01/ron-paul-for-vp.asp#comments

1:44 pm

a short comment that appeared to work...?

 
at 1/18/08, 8:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

God is Truth

 
at 1/20/08, 9:49 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Polish town leery of US missile defense By RYAN LUCAS, Associated Press Writer
Sat Jan 19, 2:48 PM ET



REDZIKOWO, Poland - Among the people living around this disused Polish air base, there is little enthusiasm for the missile interceptor station likely to be built here as part of a U.S. missile defense system.

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Poland's new government is sounding increasingly skeptical about the plan, arguing that it won't boost Polish security, and that sentiment is echoed throughout this farming region near the Baltic Sea coast.

The main fear is that the area will become a target for retaliation by Russia, which vigorously opposes President Bush's plan.

"If they build the missile defense base here, it'll be a magnet and the first place the Russians will shoot their missiles," said Tadeusz Krajnik, a 55-year-old retired air force technician who lives in one of the brightly colored Communist-era apartment blocs next to the base.

"Let's tell the truth here: It's not aimed against Iran, or against Vietnam or whatever — it's against Russia."

The U.S. wants to place 10 missile interceptors in Poland and a radar base in the Czech Republic, but has been wrestling with hostile perceptions ever since it began negotiating with the two governments early last year.

Washington says the system is needed to defend the U.S. and Europe against long-distance threats from countries such as Iran. Russia argues that such an installation so close to its territory would threaten its security.

Last year, Gen. Nikolai Solovtsov, head of Russia's missile forces, warned that Moscow could target future bases in Poland and the Czech Republic with Russian missiles.

Three miles down the road from this base that once housed Soviet-made fighter jets and was shuttered in 1999, the people of Slupsk, a town of 100,000, are skeptical of assurances from Polish officials that the region will be the nation's safest if it hosts the base.

"I don't like it; if the base gets built, the Russians will fire at us for sure, so we will in fact be the most threatened," says Zenon Kuwalko, a 54-year-old engineer from Slupsk.

Part of the opposition stems from a wider perception that Poland has gained little in return for staunchly supporting the U.S. in recent years and sending troops to Iraq and Afghanistan.

"We have not received any benefits from our cooperation with the Americans so far — not one thing," says Leszek Pieniak, 48, who owns the Pod Kogutem restaurant near the base. "Not in Iraq, not in Afghanistan, not in Poland — nothing. We don't even have visas. I'll tell my grandchildren that maybe in 20 years they'll have a shot at visa-free travel to the U.S."

"I'm against the base and that's it."

The base of 28 hangars behind barbed wire sits on 1,000 acres, with a 1.5-mile runway, and would serve the region better as a small airport for businessmen and tourists, many here believe.

It can help cut unemployment, running at over 20 percent, "Whereas I think that building the base here will in a sense block off and isolate our region," said Jan Junczyk, 48, a reserve captain in Poland's air force who once flew MiG 23s at the base.

Mariusz Chmiel, the county manager for the region, also would rather see a civilian airport open.

He was among a handful of local officials who were flown to the U.S. in August to tour Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, home to missile interceptor silos, and to hear from Vandenberg residents about the base's impact on the community and local economy.

"From my point of view," Chmiel said, "it would be better if the base wasn't built here, but I'm aware that if the base is needed for international security, we aren't going to oppose it."

 
at 1/20/08, 9:49 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too many houses of cards

 
at 1/20/08, 9:50 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Right to Life March on Washington, DC, January 22, 2008

 
at 1/20/08, 1:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

John 19

 
at 1/20/08, 1:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

reading up on the school stats:
Washington DC school system worst in the nation (besides cincy public)

 
at 1/20/08, 3:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whose line is it anyway? (Drew Careys)

 
at 1/20/08, 3:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Genesis 1:1,2

 
at 1/21/08, 8:54 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

$The$Perfect$Storm

 
at 1/21/08, 9:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Perfect Teams

http://www.boston.com/sports/?p1=GN_Sports

world champs
Commemorative section
Relive the Red Sox' second title in four years with with stories from the Boston Globe, photo galleries, video, and much, much more.

Patriots statistics

Leaders
Passing Yards: T. Brady 4806
Passing TDs: T. Brady 50
Rushing Yards: L. Maroney 835
Rushing TDs: L. Maroney 6
Receiving Yards: R. Moss 1493
Receiving TDs: R. Moss 23
Interceptions: A. Samuel 6

Offense (Rank)
Yards: 6580 (1)
Passing Yards: 4731 (1)
Rushing Yards: 1849 (13)
Points per game: 36.8 (1)
Yards per game: 411.3 (1)
Touchdowns: 67 (1)
Field Goals: 21 (26)


AFC East Division
Team W L T Pct
xyz-New England 16 0 0 1.000
Buffalo 7 9 0 .438
New York 4 12 0 .250
Miami 1 15 0 .063



Schedule 2007
Week Date Opp Info
1 9/9 @ NYJ W 38-14
2 9/16 vs. SD W 38-14
3 9/23 vs. Buf W 38-7
4 10/1 @ Cin W 34-13
5 10/7 vs. Cle W 34-17
6 10/14 @ Dal W 48-27
7 10/21 @ Mia W 49-28
8 10/28 vs. Was W 52-7
9 11/4 @ Ind W 24-20
10 Bye Week
11 11/18 @ Buf W 56-10
12 11/25 vs. Phi W 31-28
13 12/3 @ Bal W 27-24
14 12/9 vs. Pit W 34-13
15 12/16 vs. NYJ W 20-10
16 12/23 vs. Mia W 28-7
17 12/29 @ NYG W 38-35
19 1/12 vs. Jac W 31-20
20 1/20 vs. SD W 21-12
21 2/3 vs. NYG

 
at 1/23/08, 9:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Way to go boys!!

January 23, 2008 USA Today

Crash of popular Boeing 777 scrutinized; Engines caused jet to miss London runway
by Alan Levin
USA Today

British investigators are sifting through mounds of flight data to find out why a jet's engines suddently refused to increase power, causing a Boeing 777 to crash just short of a runway at London's Heathrow Airport.

Flight 038 from Bejing to London had 152 people aboard, 19 of whom suffered injuries. The jet slammed to the ground just past an airport fence on Thursday, ripping off the plane's landing gear and severely damaging the two engines and wings.

The accident is drawing worldwide attention because the 777 is a popular jet. There are 687 of them in service around the world, 224 of which are operated by US carriers, Boeing said.

 
at 1/26/08, 8:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

if our officials were doing their jobs in the FIRST place our economy would not be in LAST place.

 
at 1/31/08, 8:26 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at least ghostbusters found the giant cincy cockroach

 
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