Maple’s Diet And Progress

You might enjoy more fun cartoons like this in my book If At First You Don’t Succeed, Skydiving Is Not For You :-) . Read the rest of this entry »

Woody’s Diet And Body Fat Ratio

You might enjoy my cartoon book If At First You Don’t Succeed, Skydiving Is Not For You here.
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Halloween Not The Scariest Night Of The Year Anymore

Cartoon Dialog: Setting: Elmer and Maple looking at the full moon at night. Read the rest of this entry »

Mimosa’s Size Matters Dream

Mimosa has an embarrassing giant dream that keeps her awake at night because size matters.
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Trump Stumps In Wisconsin

Donald Trump Stumps in Wisconsin - the Cheese State.

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Late Night Drinking Lecture

Woody gets pulled over driving late at night - and his funny destination
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Political Parrot Talk

Political Parrot talk in Washington DC

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Always Plan Ahead

It pays to plan ahead

Cartoon Dialog: Setting: Woody is pointing to a big sign.  The sign says “It Pays To Always Plan Ahead.”  But Woody didn’t plan ahead when he drew the sign because he ran out of space on the sing and the worrd “Ahead” is squeezed into the last part of the sign, barely fitting in it.

The Long And The Short Of The Stock Market

Stock market long and short

Cartoon Dialog: Setting:  Mimosa the bartendress and Woody are in the Bark n Barley Bar.  A TV announcer is talking on TV.
TV Announcer: And in the stock market, our very own analyst Yul B. Broker, recommends you  go long MilliSoft, and short ACME corporation.
Mimosa: I don’t get that stock market talk, Woody.
Woody: It’s easy, Mimosa.  When you’re long, you make money when your stock goes up.  And when you’re short, you make money when your stock goes down.
Mimosa: Ahhh… I think I’ve got it…  So… here’s to your longs going up, and your shorts going down.
Woody: I’ll drink to that.

Libertarian Chicken About To Cross The Road

Why did the chicken cross the road

Cartoon Dialog: Setting: A chicken is standing by the road across from a pub.
Chicken (thinking): I dream of a world where chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.