John Holton (john_holton) wrote,
John Holton

Yesterday's Winger features a display of marksmanship (or markswomanship) that would make Mary Cecelia proud.

Yesterday's Day By Day proves that love speaks in many tongues. For those of you who don't follow the strip (that would be most of you, I would assume), Sam (the redhead) and her swain, Zed, are engineers.

Cox and Forkum almost make me glad that I'm not going to China, at least for the time being. Check out their whole site.

Someone complained that I didn't feature yesterday's Dilbert. It's because it wasn't as funny as today's.

Big Nate reminds us all of priorities. Anyone remember the Saturday Night Live sketch called "Nerd, Geek or Spaz"?

Drabble doesn't do a very good job of representing cats. It's been my experience that a cat will attack anything, moving or not. At least, that's the way my bunch acts.

Get Fuzzy features another line that, with election season coming up, I ought to remember.

Unfit has had the chicken working as an online psychotherapist. Here he tries a clever marketing ploy.

Working Daze is a takeoff on an old joke. Still pretty good.

<a href="</a>The Nose On Your Face</a> takes some time to make some comments on the Olympics. Edited to fix a mistake I noticed this morning.
Tags: comics, humor

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