From Dick Locher of the Chicago Tribune comes a cartoon complement to Judith Warner’s essay in the Times last Friday, declaring that SUVs have outlived any "utility" owners may once have derived from them.
This word of warning from cartoonist Mike Luckovich to Republicans in Congress feels all the more timely on the heels of today’s action in the Senate. Click through for the punchline.
This number from cartoonist Bob Lafay makes a good companion to last week’s news that some bike models are in short supply throughout New York City, perhaps reflecting the effect of gas prices on manufacturers’ inventories. The panic subsides once you start pedaling.
From cartoonist Mark Fiore comes this animation of a hyperactive Ziploc baggy. Before clicking through to see why it’s so amped up, here’s some suggested reading from the New York Times: Sex, Drug Use and Graft Cited in Interior Department Frustration in the South as a Gasoline Shortage Drags On Enjoy the afternoon and Shana […]
Editor’s Note: A version of this post originally appeared on Streetsblog LA. For your Election Day funnies, let’s revisit a classic Boston cartoon about where the real socialism lies in these United States: on the open road. The cartoon is by Dan Wasserman of the Boston Globe. The “T” is Boston’s public transportation systems operated […]
Okay, it’s not a cartoon. But this "Daily Show" segment is too good to pass up. Comedy Central via Grist