Saturday, October 07, 2017

Cartoon Saturday


New month, new bad news ...

Nearly 60 people were murdered and more than 500 injured by a man who used high-powered weapons to shoot indiscriminately into a crowd at a Las Vegas music festival before killing himself; investigators have discovered that the murderer who massacred dozens and injured hundreds of people had used inexpensive kits to - legally - modify his guns to fire in a fully-automatic fashion; Donald Trump visited the devastated island of Puerto Rico and heaped praise on his administration for doing a marvelous job while 95% of the island was still without power, most hospitals were still out of operation, schools remained closed, food and clean water were short, and many remote communities remained cut off; Hurricane Nate is closing in on New Orleans; and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in hot water following reports that he referred to Donald Trump as a “moron.”

Since we're into the month of Halloween, when ghouls, ghosts, goblins, Republicans, and other horrifying things emerge to scare us, each of this month's Cartoon Saturdays will feature cartoons about a different sort of scary creature. We'll begin our month of terrifying cartoons with a collection featuring zombies ...

Even the walking dead aren't beyond politics ...


Zombie ladies have special problems ...



Obviously ...


Zombie toys ...


I feel like this often ...


Some dietary beliefs survive beyond the grave ...


It was a good question ...


Now introducing the Zom-BeeGees ...


I think she's talking about much of modern America ...


Sorry, Shirley ...

 
And so it goes ... the first of our October Halloween-themed Cartoon Saturdays. Come back next week for cartoons based on another frightening thing.
 
Agnes and I are in Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania, where Agnes is taking a class in embroidery techniques and I'm killing time with a visit to Penn State (yesterday) and visits to various farm markets to stock up on fresh vegetables, meats, and other good stuff. Not looking forward to the long drive home tonight, but I really did enjoy the visit to Penn State.
 
Have a good day and a great weekend. More thoughts tomorrow.
 
Bilbo



3 comments:

John Hill said...

DC would be considered a safe zone in the case of a Zombie attack. You could hide in plain sight among the current brainless delegation we've sent there.

Mike said...

Did you hear about the zombie that found a congressional brain, ate it, then got sick and died again.

roth phallyka said...

You could hide in plain sight among the current brainless delegation we've sent there.


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