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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, April 11, 2008

College Tuition Tips


at 4/11/08, 5:24 PM Anonymous Imus B Somebody said...

surgery for dummies? arks for dummies? Jim...the same gag twice in 1 week?

at 4/11/08, 10:48 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Two cartoons with "Dummies" books in them?
Two cartoons with elephants in them?

at 4/12/08, 12:38 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

i see the reality of paying for college is settling in. but, your character still has all his limbs. i would've thought an arm and a leg might be missing.

wait till you find out that thanks to voodoo economics you can't get a loan anymore. thanks bushie, you're doing a heck of a job.

at 4/12/08, 4:37 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

My advice to young people who think they can not afford college is to enlist in the miltiary.

If every 18 year old spent two years in either the Army, Air Force, Marines, Navy or Coast Guard they would be mature when they start college - AND they would have the G.I. Bill.

When I see idle young people hanging on street corners I would love to see a military bus pull up and hall them off to Paris Island, S.C. for 8 weeks of basic training.

at 4/12/08, 9:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

or volunteer for "Teach for America" either way you get PTSD

at 4/12/08, 9:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sign outside a church: message inside every Sunday, check it out!

at 4/12/08, 9:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's the elephants that are killing us, dummy

at 4/13/08, 8:59 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

who continues raising the price of tuition? oh,that's right! the liberals running the universities!
but blame "elephants","voodoo economics",etc,for's more fun and fashionable to hate the RIGHT than the LEFT.

at 4/13/08, 11:34 AM Blogger Jim Borgman said...

Who blamed the right?

at 4/13/08, 3:28 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jim...scroll back to 4/12 @ 12:38
and see the elephants are killing us.
Voodoo economics is a GHW Bush term for Reagan's economic ideaology and the "elephants" are a metaphor for republicans...or rather,"repugs" as so many on the Enquirer boards delight in typing-

at 4/13/08, 7:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Regarding 4/12/08 4:37 PM, enlistment for two years will turn into four or six years and they have a good chance of returning without a limb or worse.

at 4/13/08, 8:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

too bad they can't do an autopsy on bush's brain before he retires

at 4/13/08, 8:26 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

you don't need a college education to train chinese how to do your job so you won't have one in a few years, dummies!!

at 4/14/08, 8:06 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the liberals running the universities!


hmmm. that seems like an interesting factoid. clearly its true, because i read it on the internets.

at 4/14/08, 9:58 AM Blogger Anonymous said...


I am going to vote for a Democrat inspite of you. I am 21 years old an i get all of my ideas from MTV and Rap Music! I think that Bush is the worse thing to happen since, well... Bush! Why, because TV told me so and it helps me out with my street cred. I am an Art major and a hippie. I have an Aquired taste for folk music and hating the man. I don't understand economics or goverment but i do know that the lead singer of my favorite Rap/metal/not buddy holy music group thinks that a women should be president and that is the only reason i am voting for her. The only reason i would vote for Obama is because he speaks really well and he isnt your typical white Republican! Yes, 8:59 we are all stylin in our democratic rallies. We talk for about 15 minutes about govt, and econ, and after that it is talking about how we need change because we heard alot of people dont like GW these days. Yes, that is it! thank you for making up my mind for me everbody else! (conservative is a fancy way to say, Afraid of fixing what is broken. Or, someone else already did the thinking for me so i wont change it)

Mike from where ever you tell me!

at 4/14/08, 12:02 PM Blogger who2 said...

Yeah, that's the ticket, let's send the young people to war and let them lose their organs. Or....volunteer for Teachers for America or other volunteer projects around the US. If more people participate, the less PTSD, right?

So much to do, so much waste of talent and energy. Do we still have apprentice programs. All the retiring baby boomers can train the young people while they're volunteering. Then they'll be older when they go to college and, I expect, they'll appreciate the experience more, etc., etc. Yeah, that's the ticket.


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