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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, January 28, 2008

God Bless You, Patricia Corbett


at 1/28/08, 6:49 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

sure, next to mother teresa?

at 1/28/08, 9:24 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very nice.

How long have you had it in the drawer?

at 1/29/08, 1:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're a jackass, 9:24

at 1/29/08, 4:38 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have no idea who this person was/is...

at 1/29/08, 7:04 AM Blogger Eleanor & Kathleen said...

A great tribute to a great lady.

at 1/29/08, 8:50 AM Blogger who2 said...

Thank you, Jim. She gave us a front row seat. God's peace be with her and her family.


at 1/29/08, 10:04 AM Anonymous UC_Grad said...

Patricia Corbett was a wonderful woman and a great philanthropist. She gave so much (not just money, but time as well) to promoting and funding the arts. Her contributions to the University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music have allowed the college to become one of the top notch conservatories in the country! Thank you for the touching tribute.

at 1/29/08, 12:55 PM Anonymous Dan said...

My daughter has performed in the Corbett Auditorium at CCM. She's a large part of what makes Cincinnati a wonderful place to live.

I'll bet she's figuring out a way to buy new harps for the angels now.

at 1/29/08, 3:51 PM Anonymous Don't Be Lazy, Yo. said...

4:38 a.m.: Instead of waiting for someone to TELL YOU who she was, why not type her name into Google and find out. Don't be lazy.

at 1/29/08, 5:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

CCM is one of the things that gives UC a good name

at 1/30/08, 10:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

even curt shcilling said the finger of God was all over the Red Sox 2007 World Series Win when he was interviewed after the SWEEP

at 1/31/08, 9:34 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oldie but a goodie:

Peyton Manning (finally!) dies and goes to Heaven. God meets him at the Pearly Gates and shows him around. After awhile God says,

"Peyton, for your tireless service, sportsmanship, and having brought hope to millions of my children, I've reserved you a house here in Heaven. This is very special - very few of my children receive such a gift." And with that, God shows him to a nice house. Sure, it's small, the paint is a little worn, the fence is in a bit of disrepair and the Indianapolis Colts flag hanging out front is faded, but it is still nice.

Peyton's eye then roves next door - where there is a huge palace with very fine materials, the latest technology, a moat, and brilliantly colored New England Patriots flags flying over the door and on the ramparts.

"God," he says uncertainly, "I don't mean to be presumptuous, but I was every bit as good a quarterback as Tom Brady was - our best years were about equal and my career was as great as his. Why is his house so much better than mine?"

"Peyton, that isn't Tom's house," God smiles, "It's Mine!"

at 1/31/08, 9:34 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

My brother has had Patriots season tickets since 1981. A lovely older couple had the two seats next to him for years. During the first game of this season, he noticed the man was present but his wife's seat sat empty.

Late in the first half, my brother asked the man if his wife was coming to the game. The man sadly explained that his wife had since passed away.

My brother offered his condolences, remarked that it was a shame that the seat was empty and that the man couldn't find a friend, a neighbor or relative to use the ticket.

The man replied, "They couldn't come, they're all attending my wife's funeral ! "

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