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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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Saturday, March 15, 2008

Thank You

I just wanted to say Thank You for the comments everyone has been posting lately. The last few posts' exchanges particularly have been uplifting because we're all talking with each other instead of at each other. Thanks. This is more fun.

By the way, a reader or two have mentioned the removal of comments from the posts. I want you to know that no comment is ever removed because of an opposing viewpoint, as charged. I sometimes remove the spammer's long cut-and-pastes, the Boston statistics guy, and the guy with the uncontrollable urge to bark bizarre nonsequeters so that the rest of us can talk and debate. I consider it the blogging equivalent of picking up litter in the park.


at 3/15/08, 3:12 PM Blogger who2 said...

Thank you, I appreciate debate and discussion.

Say, is there a committee to promote the redevelopment of mass transit? Does anyone else want one?


at 3/15/08, 11:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really appreciate your patience with us. It's nice for uncreative people to get a little glimpse of the process. I love ZITS. My 14yr old and I usually share & discuss the comics everyday and ZITS and MUTTS are our favorites. He's already bugging me about driving and hes decided that he HATES piercings of any kind on males or females! Maybe you could create a guy named TATTOO and I won't have to worry about those either.

at 3/16/08, 9:33 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you still slam whoever you want to: some things never change (old age)

at 3/16/08, 5:04 PM Blogger Axinar said...

"... the spammer's long cut-and-pastes, the Boston statistics guy, and the guy with the uncontrollable urge to bark bizarre nonsequeters ..."

If that's all you're getting in terms of "troll droppings" you need to seriously make some efforts to increase your blog traffic ... :)

at 3/16/08, 5:16 PM Blogger who2 said...

Hey. Did the squirrel live, lolololol. Thanks


at 3/16/08, 5:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

does "you don't know anything about baseball" count for all three?

at 3/16/08, 9:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hopefully, if you keep deleting his comments, Paul Daugherty will find something better to do with his time.

at 3/17/08, 2:59 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

"the Boston statistics guy"

I always thought that I must be missing something. He's just goofy. LOL

I love the new and more friendly blog.

at 3/17/08, 3:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how is removing stats "cleaning up" a blog? or are you just stupid or jealous or wish the reds could do the same?

at 3/17/08, 4:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon@11:13 pm said....... I love ZITS. My 14yr old and I usually share & discuss the comics everyday and ZITS and MUTTS are our favorites.

Do you check the DINETTE SET out daily....that is becoming my favorite..but Beetle Bailey remains #1.

at 3/17/08, 6:00 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

apparently nobody cares about the reds

at 3/17/08, 6:05 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

this country isn't free

at 3/17/08, 6:11 PM Blogger EOCostello said...

Well, I do enjoy the opportunity to look over a cartoonist's shoulder and kibitz. Those who can't do (and wish to hell they could), kibitz.


Wanna-be Editorial Cartoonist

at 3/17/08, 6:11 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Boston statistics guy, and the guy with the uncontrollable urge to bark bizarre nonsequeters so that the rest of us can talk and debate.

Solution: baseball camp, in boston
or coach a little league (but you have to run)

at 3/17/08, 10:23 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Matthew 23: 2-39

at 3/18/08, 9:49 AM Anonymous Steev said...

"Matthew 23: 2-39"
Jenny 867-5309

at 3/18/08, 11:43 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

this country isn't free and there is no freedom of speech

at 3/18/08, 12:31 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

is golf off limits too?

It's tough to capture Tiger
As Tiger Woods keeps succeeding, words fail to capture him. He won all four tournaments that he has entered this year.

at 3/19/08, 9:29 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

this site stinks

at 3/19/08, 11:11 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI-JACKERS STINK! If you don't like this blog GO AWAY!

at 3/20/08, 4:55 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

4:18 I'm 11:13 I love dinette set. Sometimes, I almost pee my pants!!:) My kid,usually, doesn't get it though.

at 3/22/08, 5:16 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

are we allowed to post siberian horse races?

A horseman competed during the 39th Ice Derby on the frozen Yenisei River in Siberia.
The race draws participants from among local farmers and is one of the most popular sport events in the year.

(Reuters Photo / Ilya Naymushin)

at 3/22/08, 5:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

are we allowed to post ky derby race fashions?

Photos: Day at the races
Some race fans wore their spring finery to Turfway Park for today's Kentucky Derby prep race, while others bundled up in parkas to fight off the chill. See how they looked.

And they're off to Lane's End

at 3/22/08, 5:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

here's an exercise: teach for a week and try to control them and make your living based upon that!

at 3/22/08, 5:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how about X?

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Muskies on a mission

at 3/23/08, 8:30 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

are you using bush's definition of debate? the kind minus freedom of speech?

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