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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, February 01, 2008

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at 2/1/08, 6:22 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim, this Sunday, CBS Sunday Morning will have a story about Charley Harper.

at 2/1/08, 9:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad ahnold can't run...dern

at 2/1/08, 9:21 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Candidates turn their attention to California primary (yahoo)

another republican in a democratic state...ahnold/CA, mitt/MASS, bush/OH

at 2/1/08, 10:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how DO they win???

at 2/1/08, 10:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

My first time voting (boston globe)

We found surprising passion for the Super Tuesday primary at Boston University and Boston Latin School. Here's what some first-time voters had to say:
"We're like allowed to do something about all the embarrassing things that the Bush presidency has led to for America."
Anthony Mercurio, freshman at BU

"When Hillary (Clinton) spoke, sort of the middle-aged people stood up and cheered for her."
Alexis Steinberg, freshman at BU

"Don't you poke a hole in a piece of paper or something?"
Twan Do, senior at Boston Latin

Your friends?
"She seriously doesn't know the difference between liberal and conservative."
Emily McCaffrey, freshman at BU

at 2/1/08, 11:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's up with John McCain's left arm? Kinda in a weird position.

at 2/2/08, 8:57 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where's oprah's check?

at 2/2/08, 8:58 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bush has the american public trained like monkeys; every time they hear the word "war"

at 2/2/08, 3:45 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blackwell to discuss '04 election

Congress' House Judiciary Committee could subpoena Ken Blackwell to discuss alleged irregularities in the 2004 election.

cincy enquirer 2-02-08

at 2/2/08, 6:19 PM Anonymous Drew said...

how'd you do the dollar bill thing?

at 2/2/08, 10:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

why don't we just set up video arcades and say we voted?

at 2/2/08, 10:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i hope obaby loses

at 2/3/08, 8:56 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

is voting (in Ohio) like photosynthesis; is it something we just really don't understand?

at 2/3/08, 8:57 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do Ohio's and Florida's voters vote twice? Once in the summer, and once in the winter?

at 2/3/08, 9:03 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cincy Enquirer

Sheriff's appraisers cash in

As foreclosures battered Hamilton County homeowners, six appraisers made record earnings from the foreclosure crisis last year.
Interactive: Foreclosure sales

at 2/3/08, 10:43 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Airbus ' Tangled Wires (Airbus' Tangled Wires) Apr. 2, 2007 | By PETER GUMBEL / PARIS
The giant A380 can fly. But trying to put it together has nearly taken the...
570 words | view cover bus ' Tangled Wires (Airbus' Tangled Wires)
Apr. 2, 2007 | By PETER GUMBEL / PARIS
The giant A380 can fly. But trying to put it together has nearly taken the...
570 words | view cover

at 2/3/08, 10:46 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at 2/3/08, 11:56 AM Anonymous Joseph Harbin said...

A young-Jim Borgman-separated-at birth-Danish-musician-look-a-like!
At the very end of this Dexter Gordon Youtube video.

at 2/3/08, 12:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


boston globe

Candidates making Super Tuesday push
John McCain barnstormed through a skeptical South while Democratic rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton worked the West this weekend. (AP, 10:34 a.m.)
Graphic Super Tuesday: What to watch for
Romney wins Maine caucuses
It's not easy being a Republican in Cambridge
Young voters resisting politics of baby boom era
Video What matters to Mass. voters
Complete Campaign 2008 coverage

at 2/3/08, 12:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at least mitt has hair

at 2/3/08, 12:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

at 2/3/08, 10:17 PM Anonymous T. Mraz said...

There you go Anonymous. (Thanks for
all the Patriot posts.)

at 2/3/08, 10:54 PM Anonymous anon. 10:53 said...

Yeah, Anonymous, take your losing stats and go away finally.

at 2/4/08, 9:59 AM Anonymous Patriots choked! said...

Hey, where's the guy who posts Patriots info now?

at 2/5/08, 11:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

who's keeping the engines from falling out of the sky?

Crash of popular Boeing 777 scrutinized
USA Today - 3 hours ago
By Alan Levin, USA TODAY British investigators are sifting through mounds of flight data to find out why a jet's engines suddenly refused to increase power, causing a Boeing 777 to crash just short of a runway at London's Heathrow Airport.
Wreckage of Heathrow crash landing cleared MSNBC
British Airways Jet Landed Short of Runway
Switched - BBC News - Aviation Week - Aero-News Network
all 345 news articles

at 2/5/08, 9:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

where are shwarzenager's gold teeth?

do they have a bedroom set up for Oprah in the white house yet? will dr. phil be sleeping in the doghouse?

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