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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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Friday, February 22, 2008

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at 2/22/08, 7:32 PM Blogger EOCostello said...

One imagines that the trademark attorneys at Xerox Corporation are gripping their ears and rocking back and forth, making strangled noises. They HATE it when "Xerox" is used as a verb. (It's the whole "generic" thing, like aspirin, zipper and escalator. They do ads at least once a year on the subject.)

at 2/23/08, 8:28 AM Blogger Rus said...

I love this one! Thanks Jim! And Happy Birthday!!!

at 2/23/08, 4:30 PM Blogger David Reddick said...

HA!! This is fantastic! Jim, as always, you're a master. LOVE it.

at 2/23/08, 10:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

did kinko's give you permission to slam hillary?

at 2/23/08, 10:01 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad your cartoons don't change

at 2/23/08, 10:01 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad your cartoons don't change

at 2/23/08, 10:02 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad your cartoons don't change

at 2/24/08, 9:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey mr. bush, how DID you get all those votes from all the poor people in Ohio?

at 2/24/08, 2:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mcbama doesn't care about healthcare, same as McCain; he only cares about his CAUSE, same as McCain

at 2/24/08, 2:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohio is the state least likely to change, even if a tsunami hit it

at 2/24/08, 4:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 2/24/08, 9:35 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

will mcbama guarantee health benefits for the vets he's going to send to war?

at 2/24/08, 10:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 2/24/08, 10:06 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


at 2/24/08, 10:12 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

old news

at 2/24/08, 10:33 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hillary forever. Show me the money !

Peter Paul

at 2/25/08, 3:07 AM Anonymous BorgFan said...

H A P P Y 54th B I R T H D A Y, J I M !!

at 2/25/08, 11:01 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

will it go near the prison?

Where the streetcars would go
Produced by Margaret McGurk
Here is a driver's eye view of the route proposed for a streetcar line city officials want to build. This is the first phase of the project, from downtown through Over-the-Rhine.

at 2/25/08, 11:02 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank god for the oscars - just when we needed them, in spite of the the writer's strike; something else to throw money away on besides the NFL; too bad specter didn't get one for being the biggest congressional ahole this year

at 2/25/08, 11:22 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Atlanta is one of the wealthiest cities in the nation

at 2/25/08, 1:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohio is OLD, OLD, OLD

at 2/25/08, 1:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope obama does a survey of the extreme black poverty in cincinnati; I hope he does a survey of the corruption in Atlanta

at 2/25/08, 10:31 PM Anonymous T.Nowicki said...

What in God's name was she thinking with that line, anyway? Didn't she realize the opening she was giving Obama with that? He could have easily asked her point-blank if she had any speechwriters, or if she knew of any President in recent memory who wrote all of his own speeches without anybody else's assistance.

The irony is that somebody else probably came up with the joke for her.

at 2/26/08, 1:17 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hillary is the joke !

-Stan Lee

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