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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, April 14, 2008

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at 4/14/08, 5:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad ge's lawyers can't get involved - they're really good at labor laws...

too bad they can't work their magic on the stock market either!!

at 4/14/08, 5:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

who's marc dann??????????

at 4/14/08, 5:31 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad there aren't any meaningful debates in Ohio (about anything)

Obama wants to debate McCain
Barack Obama had a message this afternoon for John McCain and the Republicans who want to call him "out of touch" for his remarks about bitter small town voters: Bring it on. (Boston Globe, 3:57 p.m.)
Clinton criticizes trade deal, Obama
Poll Most voters disagree with Obama comment
Clinton-supporter Rendell: 'Bitter' flap of marginal import
The blogger who broke the 'bitter' story
Discuss What do you think of Obama's comments?

at 4/14/08, 6:27 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Contrary to reports, she was not wearing pajamas". She also was not wearing a thong, she was not wearing.....

at 4/14/08, 6:36 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

how do you spell OHIO: ENRON

at 4/14/08, 8:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hopefully a microwave won't blow up in your face and the commercial jet engine you're flying on has all the parts it's supposed to have... while the lawyers are having their parties...

at 4/14/08, 8:43 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wonder how many other cases have gone "unsolved" in the beautiful state of Ohio

When the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation “Coingate” scandal broke in 2005, Dann was at the forefront in pursuing public records detrimental to then-Gov. Bob Taft and other Republicans. But the Democrat initially turned down newspaper requests for his own office e-mails in this scandal.

On April 2, Dann refused a Columbus Dispatch request for e-mails between him and Utovich, now the office’s travel director. Dann, who was elected in 2006, previously has said e-mails are public records; he sought numerous messages from public offices when he was a state senator and candidate for attorney general.

The Dispatch reported that Dann’s office refused a request for the e-mails four days before it first reported on the harassment complaints. Dann’s office called the Dispatch request “overbroad.”

at 4/14/08, 9:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...


hey Jim, is that you?

at 4/14/08, 9:39 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

wonder why Ohio doesn't investigate anything?

wonder if all the engine companies in Ohio are doing all the proper testing...before they opposed to after...

including the RR power turbines that are catching fire

at 4/15/08, 4:28 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

would someone please explain what ge lawyers and jet engines have to do with dann's pajama party?

if you're talking investigations, doesn't interstate commerce fall at the federal level (not that the bush crime family would ever do anything)

at 4/15/08, 8:36 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

6:27 and 4:28

i think you meant the bush frat party when he got his ged from yale

at 4/15/08, 8:36 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Local news

Cincinnati.Com » The Enquirer » Local news » Top official: Let Ohioans vote by mail

Last Updated: 9:24 am | Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Top official: Let Ohioans vote by mail
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COLUMBUS – Ohio counties should have the option of holding elections exclusively by mail if voters approve of such a system, said Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, the state’s top elections official.

Voting by mail would be more convenient and less expensive for some counties than the traditional system of also operating polling sites, she said.

The suggestion would require the Legislature to approve a measure that would allow counties to ask voters if they want to switch to only vote-by-mail elections, Brunner said.

at 4/15/08, 8:37 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...


I assure you, nothing at all!!

at 4/15/08, 9:09 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...


they can't; they're too busy at their frat parties

at 4/15/08, 1:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I once wrote a short story that included a character so angry at an article about electric garage doors that he was provoked to write his very first Letter to the Editor. Never having written such a letter before (and being crazy) he ended up sending a letter about federal fiscal responsibility.
It appears some of your commentors prove 'truth is stranger than fiction.'

at 4/15/08, 5:40 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

bottom line: Ohio is wacked

at 4/16/08, 5:00 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

If nothing else, Marc Dann is a sneaky little bastard.

The Columbus Dispatch, and I assume every other newspaper in the state, has demanded copies of the e-mails between Dann and his scheduler. The Dispatch is looking for details into the not-really-important pajama scandal, but also perhaps details of the serious sexual harassment (or worse) scandal.

Dann knows that these are public record. He knows he has to give them up. But he’s stalling.


He’s trying to beat the clock.

Tucked away in an editorial in today’s Akron Beacon Journal is a sentence explaining how it is policy of Dann’s office to keep e-mails for 180 days. Once you get passed 180 days, one would assume, Dann makes the e-mails disappear.

Now, let’s do the math. 180 days from today brings you to mid-October of 2007.

The alleged incidents at Dann’s condo happened in mid-September of 2007. So, if Dann can manage to stall for 30 more days or so, it’s reasonable to expect that the e-mails will disappear.

at 4/16/08, 4:46 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe if all the democrats handed out condoms on the campaign trail, people who own hangers wouldn't be tempted to use them to murder babies; if america wants to live in dark alleys, that's on her

at 4/16/08, 4:47 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe the Ohio AG office can get free lawyers to do all their work like TX in the polygamy case

at 4/18/08, 8:23 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

apparently strickland and all the senators and congressmen can be bought

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