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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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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Keep On SUVin'


at 3/25/08, 5:30 PM Blogger EOCostello said...

While I see the EU and Japan there, two nations are conspicious by their absence (subsumed under "etc?"), namely, India and China, whose carbon footprints have been increasing dramatically over the last fifteen years; in fact, I think the Chinese have nearly caught up with the US in certain categories of emissions. In addition, I think the US has generally done a better job of controlling greenhouse gas emissions since 1995 than the EU has, one of the ironies of the Kyoto Accord.

at 3/25/08, 6:57 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

If we want to help the environment and hedge against ever increasing oil and gas prices, we need to build streetcars and light rail in this city and expand bus service.

Gasoline is only going to be more expensive, we need an alternative.

at 3/25/08, 7:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the US is prostituting itself to China

at 3/25/08, 7:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

mccain, how can it be the peoples' fault that the banks are foreclosing their homes when its bank and govt fraud that causes it? how long can the rich blame the poor and expect the poor to believe it?

at 3/25/08, 7:29 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, the civil war, the US's worst war ever, doesn't appear to have staved off the american dream of self-destruction

at 3/25/08, 7:45 PM Blogger Weekly Cartoonist said...

Nice "Crumby" cartoon. (Hope he's truckin' with the proper fuel.)

at 3/25/08, 9:13 PM Anonymous Imus B Somebody said...

just say no to ANWR.
thank goodness for our dem candidates who'll usher in crippling regulations when they sign on to Kyoto...nevermind the Japanese are dragging their feet on the pun intended.

at 3/25/08, 9:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the fact the chinese are building nuclear reactors gives me a warm fuzzy feeling

at 3/26/08, 8:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wednesday Morning 03-26-2008 Mike WLW Radio's McConnell had David Earnhardt , the producer of the documentary "Uncounted, The New Math of American Elections", on his show. Mr. Earnhardt sounds and speaks exactly like the infamous "Nick". Either Nick is a WLW shill planted to boost ratings or McConnell has been seriously duped. Voice print technology exists. I can "Assure you" that if someone has the initiative to download podcasts and compare Nick and David, they might be one in the same. WLW has been known to pull stunts like this in the past. Spread the word the truth will set you free.

at 3/26/08, 11:35 AM Anonymous zap said...

nice visual and slogan morph.

at 3/26/08, 12:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

if your feet stink and your nose is running, you must be upside down?

how many SUV commercials does cincinnati have to sit through???

at 3/27/08, 7:59 AM Blogger D-Rod said...

Jim, is there any significance to the three toes up, and two down? Or is it just the way the artist chose to do it, like the pitchfork in the American Heritage painting?

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