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  • A True Halloween Legend
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    A True Halloween Legend

    7 weeks ago

    Wonder where all those fantastic hobgoblins of the season originate? Well, here's part of the story.

  • Stormwater Management Basics 4
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    Stormwater Management Basics 4

    22 months ago

    To properly handle storm water, one must first understand what contributes to and affects water flow.

  • Stormwater Management Basics 3
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    Stormwater Management Basics 3

    22 months ago

    Let's now investigate features of geology and soil composition, and their impact on how we collect, channel and divert storm water.

  • Stormwater Management Basics 2
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    Stormwater Management Basics 2

    22 months ago

    Continuing our series defining the current state of the art of design and land planning in controlling storm water.

  • Stormwater Management Basics 1
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    Stormwater Management Basics 1

    22 months ago

    Welcome to the first of several articles explaining the concepts of current stormwater management and design (for architects, civil engineers, land planners and laymen).

  • Review: Tropical Hotels
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    Review: Tropical Hotels

    2 years ago

    Indulge your ultimate tropic island fantasy at any of these outstanding Asian Pacific resorts and hotels.

  • Review: Tokyo: Capital of Cool
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    Review: Tokyo: Capital of Cool

    2 years ago

    See how this truly 21st-Century city has captivated a certain specific style and flair.

  • Review: Thailand’s Best Street Food
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    Review: Thailand’s Best Street Food

    2 years ago

    Before planning your itinerant sojourn to Thailand's biggest cities, be sure to check out this helpful and tasty street dining guide.

  • Review: The Phantom Lover
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    Review: The Phantom Lover

    2 years ago

    Sample this intriguing glimpse into the fantastic spiritualism and psycho-pathology of urban Thai culture.

  • Review: Paradise by Design
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    Review: Paradise by Design

    2 years ago

    Sumptuously sprinkled with details and decor elements, this rich guide can serve as an exotic sourcebook for both architects and interior designers.

  • Review: Origami Bonsai
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    Review: Origami Bonsai

    2 years ago

    This illustrated how-to folding guide (with papers) by Benjamin John Coleman is a treat for children and adults alike.

  • Review: Manabeshima Island Japan
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    Review: Manabeshima Island Japan

    2 years ago

    This delightful and inviting cartoon guide to one of Japan's oldest tourism islands offers continual treats for eye and mind.

  • Review: Kyoto Gardens
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    Review: Kyoto Gardens

    2 years ago

    Organic and man-made features meld seamlessly in this sumptuous collection of traditional ornamental Japanese gardens.

  • Review: eat • work • shop: new Japanese design
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    Review: eat • work • shop: new Japanese design

    2 years ago

    Sample some of the striking architectural and interior design projects of a fresh new generation of Japanese designers.

  • Review: A Dream of Red Mansions
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    Review: A Dream of Red Mansions

    2 years ago

    This sumptuous volume of a classic Chinese tale is told through a succession of exceptional traditional silk paintings.

  • Review: Cool Japan Guide
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    Review: Cool Japan Guide

    2 years ago

    Take a quirky and fun-filled tour of the cool side of Japan with this enterprising young author.

  • Best Advice for the Struggling Artist
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    Best Advice for the Struggling Artist

    6 years ago

    Take it from one who has struggled at art for over 5 decades (and succeeded, moderately).

  • Heat of summer, or cold of winter?
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    Heat of summer, or cold of winter?

    2 years ago

    All right: are you a winter person? or a summer person? Consider carefully now.

  • Immerse Yourself in the Sea of Design
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    Immerse Yourself in the Sea of Design

    2 years ago

    One of the keys to all great design — whether architecture, graphics, interiors, fashion, or consumer products — is to keep your eyes open.

  • Review: Roger Dahl’s Comic Japan
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    Review: Roger Dahl’s Comic Japan

    2 years ago

    This light-hearted and loving look at Japanese society and culture from a novice Westerner's perspective is sure to delight both native and newcomer.

  • Review: The Body Clock Guide
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    Review: The Body Clock Guide

    2 years ago

    Here's an instructive guide for those adventurous souls pursuing holistic health through alternative traditionalist methods.

  • Review: Bali Living: Innovative Tropical Design
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    Review: Bali Living: Innovative Tropical Design

    2 years ago

    Enjoy this survey of some of the newest and most exotic residences on the scenic island of Bali.

  • Sound attenuation at shooting ranges
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    Sound attenuation at shooting ranges

    2 years ago

    Learn how sound and noise are measured, and how to mitigate their impact on humans.

  • Old vs Young Made Easy
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    Old vs Young Made Easy

    3 years ago

    Having trouble knowing when you have crossed (or are about to cross) that Middle Age divide and descend into the gerontocracy? Well, read on . . .

  • Here's Leo 8
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    Here's Leo 8

    3 years ago

    Well, if you want to talk about late night heroes . . . .

  • Not Your Usual Fanny-Packer
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    Not Your Usual Fanny-Packer

    3 years ago

    Whoa! Check out what's up on the side of the road!

  • The One, The Only Knute Roachne
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    The One, The Only Knute Roachne

    3 years ago

    One of the NFL's All-Time Greats!

  • Wowser! (You can say that again!)
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    Wowser! (You can say that again!)

    3 years ago

    Here's a really cool way to get your dog to heel!

  • Kris Pringle
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    Kris Pringle

    3 years ago

    If you're seeking holiday snacking, this guy can help!

  • Premises liability: code? what code?
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    Premises liability: code? what code?

    3 years ago

    Knowing the code(s) is the crucial first step.

  • Iran's Center for Cultural Hegemony & Social Conformance Enforcement Directorate
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    Iran's Center for Cultural Hegemony & Social Conformance Enforcement Directorate

    5 years ago

    An architectural gem of the Middle East.

  • Korkskrew Koala
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    Korkskrew Koala

    5 years ago

    A decidely skrewy kreature, all right.

  • Old & Young Explained
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    Old & Young Explained

    2 years ago

    Which are you? On which side of that sobering chronological divide do you fall? Read on to find out.

  • Summing Up My Life
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    Summing Up My Life

    4 years ago

    Ever stop to think back on how you've spent your life? Well, I have. Trust me — it's a worthwhile exercise. (And now I'm exhausted.)

  • Too Tight
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    Too Tight

    5 years ago

    And you thought you were having a tough time making YOUR clothes fit comfortably!

  • Not Your Usual Fannypacker
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    Not Your Usual Fannypacker

    5 years ago

    While not at all unusual in 1966 (or even 1976), this is now a rare sight indeed along Old Route 66.

  • Mr. Monkey Man with Plaited Hair
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    Mr. Monkey Man with Plaited Hair

    5 years ago

    Dude does some serious styling! (as he must every morning before work, beginning at 3:17 a.m.)

  • How Las Vegas Began
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    How Las Vegas Began

    5 years ago

    Here's how the exuberant excess of today's Las Vegas sprouted from the desert-ringed meadows under the nurturing of mob money and get-rich-quick grifters.

  • Cats, Cats, More Cats
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    Cats, Cats, More Cats

    5 years ago

    Aaaaaaaaah! Photo by Rick Zimmerman Yep. There's a cat there, all right. Nested within the toe-kick space, right on top of the heat register! And not too far from Little Stuffed Eeyore, in case he happens to need an occasional whuppin'. Clean, at...

  • The Las Vegas Strip: Excess Realized
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    The Las Vegas Strip: Excess Realized

    5 years ago

    If ever there was a place where architectural exuberance and excess are rewarded, it would be this once-gritty outpost in a desert-ringed meadow among mountain tailings.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 35
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    Little-Known Santa No. 35

    5 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman If you should happen to be like so many others of these trendy technophilic times, you may have simply tweeted your Christmas wish list to #Santa this holiday season. Or, if all of the goodies you are hoping for could not...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 34
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    Little-Known Santa No. 34

    2 years ago

    Here's the Holiday dude you'll want to be sure to invite to every party! (And don't forget the dip!)

  • Little-Known Santa No. 33
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    Little-Known Santa No. 33

    4 years ago

    Holy mackerel! I know you probably don't immediately recognize this guy, but I'm sure Spongebob, Jaws, Little Nemo, Moby Dick and Mr. Limpet would.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 32
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    Little-Known Santa No. 32

    5 years ago

    Some think that this Zombie craze began only recently, with a spate of cheesy movies, television shows, and gruesome comics. But this guy's testament to the fact that they have been around for eons.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 31
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    Little-Known Santa No. 31

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Postmarked: Anchorage, Alaska: polar drop-flight: 19th of December To: Mr. Kris K. Kringle, III, Esq. Kringle, Winken, Blinken & Nod, LPA Reindeer Acres 75 Gnome Lane, Blitzen Suite North Pole, Arctica 00075 ...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 30
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    Little-Known Santa No. 30

    5 years ago

    My, what a stern-visaged Father Christmas we have here. Maybe he'll strike up a song and dance. Etecetera, etecetera, etecetera.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 29
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    Little-Known Santa No. 29

    5 years ago

    Don't bother reaching for your screen adjustments or trying to figure out whether you've been hit by a virus — he always looks like this.

  • Tour reborn Charleston Town Center, Charleston, WV
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    Tour reborn Charleston Town Center, Charleston, WV

    6 years ago

    After three decades of dutifully serving the needs of Charlestonians, this multi-level urban mall has undergone a significant facelift, becoming classier, cleaner, crisper and user-friendlier.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 28
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    Little-Known Santa No. 28

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman And just how do you think this jolly old elf has been able to make a list — let alone checking it twice — of all the little boys and girls that were naughty and nice the world over for all of these past centuries, if...

  • Truly Shocking!
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    Truly Shocking!

    6 years ago

    Yeah, that's a a bit of a shock, alright. Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Um, yeah . . . that hairdo packs a mighty jolt for the uninitiated, I guess. And it is certainly not at all what Oliver Oates expected as he popped up from the barber chair and...

  • More Cleveland Sights
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    More Cleveland Sights

    5 years ago

    Check out some of the many fine landmarks and attractions of 'The Greatest Location in the Nation', my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio.

  • Southern Ohio, Mid-October
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    Southern Ohio, Mid-October

    5 years ago

    The brief period when summer gives way to fall and all of the foliage shifts color can be the most gloriously scenic time of year in the Midwest.

  • See More of Cleveland Now!
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    See More of Cleveland Now!

    5 years ago

    Here's a great way to get a newcomer's introduction to some of the sights of 'The Forest City' on the shore of Lake Erie.

  • Cleveland's Fall Colors
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    Cleveland's Fall Colors

    5 years ago

    If you are an avid leaf-peeper, don't neglect a jaunt through northeastern Ohio to enjoy the changing raiment of fall.

  • See Cleveland Now!
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    See Cleveland Now!

    6 years ago

    Check out this slide show and its descriptives for a taste of the eclectic architecture, design and urban character of The Greatest Location in the Nation — Cleveland, Ohio.

  • And Again with the Critters
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    And Again with the Critters

    6 years ago

    Expectant stare Photo by Rick Zimmerman So guess who's patiently waiting? For chopped chicken livers. Or water. Or kibble. Or fresh litter. Or pets. Or for you to dangle that feathered-ball-on-a-string thing another 2 or 3 dozen times. Koala cub &...

  • Yep, Still More Critters!
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    Yep, Still More Critters!

    5 years ago

    Yipes! Stripes, feathers, pouches, hooves, ribbons! We've got it all.

  • Critters! And More Critters!
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    Critters! And More Critters!

    5 years ago

    Here you'll find an interesting array of animals: some live, some not, some no longer with us, and some simply conjured from fertile imagination.

  • See More of Cape Cod!
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    See More of Cape Cod!

    5 years ago

    For a thoroughly enjoyable family vacation of a weekend, a week or more, you can't do much better than tour this hooked peninsula jutting from southeastern Massachusetts into the deep blue Atlantic.

  • Cut-Out Cat
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    Cut-Out Cat

    5 years ago

    For the ideal, best, dare I say greatest, most effortless household pet ever, you have come to the right place.

  • Enjoy Cape Cod!
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    Enjoy Cape Cod!

    5 years ago

    If you're planning a trip to this scenic promontory southeast of Boston, here's a quick and easy guide to some of the best sights of the Cape. (And don't forget to stop off in Plymouth, MA.)

  • Happy Fourth of July!
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    Happy Fourth of July!

    5 years ago

    Why not join in the celebration of our nation's birthday with this collection of traditional Americana.

  • Tour Cleveland's lakefront (and riverfront)
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    Tour Cleveland's lakefront (and riverfront)

    5 years ago

    If you're traveling to the Forest City, you might want to check out any of these sights strung along the Lake Erie shoreline and the banks of the Cuyahoga throughout downtown Cleveland.

  • Dart Vader
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    Dart Vader

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Hmmmm. Nice try, shortie. Not very intimidating at all, I’d say. But I suppose that’s understandable when your stature measures a mere 6.6” (quite the come-down from the reported 6’-6” height of that other great...

  • Stroll the famed Harvard campus
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    Stroll the famed Harvard campus

    5 years ago

    Check out the sights on the grounds of this venerable 375-year-old university in Cambridge, MA, just 7 miles from the heart of Boston.

  • The Family Tree
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    The Family Tree

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Welcome to The Family Tree — third honey locust on the left, around by the tire pump air hose, behind the left rear corner of the Walmart. You can’t miss it. This is where I and the rest of the extended clan like to...

  • Charming Marietta, Ohio
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    Charming Marietta, Ohio

    5 years ago

    The very first permanent settlement beyond the Ohio River into the newly acquired Northwest Territory followed the Revolutionary War by just 20 years.

  • Short Flat Plat on a Mudbank
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    Short Flat Plat on a Mudbank

    5 years ago

    Be prepared to meet one of the oddest creatures in the world today, a seeming hybrid of duck-otter-beaver with an Aussie twang.

  • Prospector with a Lop-sided Mustache Who Can Think of Nothing to Say
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    Prospector with a Lop-sided Mustache Who Can Think of Nothing to Say

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Yep. Looks like Miss Fortune (or is that mis-fortune?) has finally decided to smile on poor ol’ Larry the Prospector with the Lop-sided Mustache. But, as is evident to one and all, airborne Larry is at a loss for words...

  • Uh-oh
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    Uh-oh

    5 years ago

    Ever have that feeling sneaking up on you that something just isn't right? Here's a cartoon that captures that awful mouse-trap feeling.

  • Healthy diet? Graze wisely!
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    Healthy diet? Graze wisely!

    6 years ago

    Yes, I must admit: one of my occasional indulgences is a plate of pasta. But I am very careful to make sure it’s the right kind of pasta. I only purchase whole grain wheat pasta (or occasionally vegetable or spinach pasta). Rather than preparing...

  • You Know You're Old When . . .
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    You Know You're Old When . . .

    5 years ago

    Are you thinking that you might recently have slipped over the line into Senior-hood? Well, here's a checklist to let you know for sure one way or the other.

  • See Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino
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    See Cleveland's Horseshoe Casino

    6 years ago

    Gambling has come to The Forest City, and it's housed on multiple floors of one of the landmark structures crafted in the 1930s as part of the Terminal Tower complex overlooking ClevePublic Square.

  • Come Stroll Down the Psychopath!
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    Come Stroll Down the Psychopath!

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Yes, you. Don’t go looking over your shoulder. You’re the one I’m talking to. Just cinch up the buckles on that straitjacket of yours, and match me stride for stride as we amble on down the psychopath. To the...

  • Reasons for Pet Names
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    Reasons for Pet Names

    5 years ago

    What's the strangest pet name you've ever encountered? Tuxedo Tripod? Mean Eddie? Michelangela Amaryllis? Psycho Kitty?

  • Part of The Furniture
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    Part of The Furniture

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Okay — Hurry up, Timmy! Grab that cigarette stub before any hot ash falls on the new rug! (You remember what it looked like the last time we had firefighters in yellow slickers trudging through the family room, spraying...

  • Li'l Piece o' Paradise
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    Li'l Piece o' Paradise

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Howdy! And welcome to my very own Li’l Piece o’ Paradise! Now don’t go getting’ too jealous as I tell you all about it! After all, I’ve worked hard all my life, and I deserve what I got. You’re looking at a...

  • How The United States and Europe Differ
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    How The United States and Europe Differ

    5 years ago

    If you're planning travel abroad, here are a few good things to know about the cultural and lifestyle differences of Europeans and Americans.

  • Enjoy Cambridge, MA!
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    Enjoy Cambridge, MA!

    5 years ago

    Home to both Harvard and MIT, this Colonial burg 7 miles from the heart of Boston is a great visitor destination. Here's how to enjoy it.

  • Santa & Easter Bunny More Popular Than Jesus?
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    Santa & Easter Bunny More Popular Than Jesus?

    6 years ago

    Christmas: everything fun & frothy & frivolous Illustration by Rick Zimmerman Perhaps, like a number of your fellow citizens, you have marveled during various seasons of year why Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny seem to eclipse Jesus in the...

  • Great Hub? You tell me.
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    Great Hub? You tell me.

    5 years ago

    I offer these handy suggestions for improving the quality of your hubs and the quantity of your hits! Read on.

  • Does One Really Need a College Degree?
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    Does One Really Need a College Degree?

    5 years ago

    Today and into the future, a decent college education and the degree it confers are becoming ever more essential to a comfortable life.

  • Create Hubs that Generate Controversy ( . . .er, I mean, Comments)
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    Create Hubs that Generate Controversy ( . . .er, I mean, Comments)

    5 years ago

    Looking for a war of words? This article will show you how to stir up your troops (as well as the enemy's).

  • Postage Stamp Art the World Over
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    Postage Stamp Art the World Over

    5 years ago

    Just how much do you really know about that few square inches or less of gummed colored paper you've stuck to the corners of envelopes for years?

  • The Twins Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio
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    The Twins Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio

    5 years ago

    One may be excused for seeing double at this annual gathering of those of multiple birth.

  • Life's Events Unfolding
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    Life's Events Unfolding

    6 years ago

    Find your course through twists and turns Painting by Rick Zimmerman Yes, we are each the sum of all we have been through. All we have seen. All we have touched, and all we have been touched by. All we have learned, all we know, and all we know we...

  • I am the 99%
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    I am the 99%

    6 years ago

    George Washingmissileton, Father of the 99% Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman I’m sure there are many of you who do not much like all this talk about ‘the 99%’. It may smack of divisiveness, or anti-elitism. You may think it ‘class warfare’. You...

  • Build a Great Dog House or Kennel
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    Build a Great Dog House or Kennel

    6 years ago

    Not every one of man's best friends appreciates the snow. Or the cold. Or the rain. Or the severe midday sun of August. So, if you want to make things a bit more pleasant for your canine companion, there are a number of important things to remember...

  • Elephants make the best pets!
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    Elephants make the best pets!

    2 years ago

    Sure, you may like your mole rat, gerbil, python, tarantula, goldfish, potbelly pig, poodle, lynx, mastiff, ferret, cockatiel, budgerigar or Guernsey, but I say pachyderms are tops!

  • Architecture and Marketing
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    Architecture and Marketing

    5 years ago

    Recent design trends reflect the historical truism that great architecture is often marketing or branding of either an architect's ego or a client's reputation.

  • My Favorite: Florence
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    My Favorite: Florence

    5 years ago

    If I could choose but one place in the world to spend the remainder of my days, it would quite probably be the beautiful Italian city of Florence.

  • Ohio: Home of the Buckeye!
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    Ohio: Home of the Buckeye!

    5 years ago

    What's round at each end, and high in the middle: must be OHIO.

  • No, Big Brother is Not Monitoring All Your Smart Phone Use
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    No, Big Brother is Not Monitoring All Your Smart Phone Use

    6 years ago

    There she is! Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Is Big Brother tracking each and every one of us by way of the GPS in our smart phone? Is the Federal government determining whether that late two-martini lunch we shared with a woman other than our wife...

  • Barack Obama, 2012, for sure!
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    Barack Obama, 2012, for sure!

    5 years ago

    Well, I don't mean to say 'I told you so', but here are some of the reasons why our nation's first black President won a second term.

  • Going Green: No Longer a Fad
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    Going Green: No Longer a Fad

    5 years ago

    How have ordinary people begun to change their daily habits to create a more sustainable future?

  • About to Lose 1 of 9
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    About to Lose 1 of 9

    6 years ago

    Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman By now it must be eminently obvious to B. L. Zeebub, my fine frantic feline felon, that he is most likely about to lose 1 of the 9 lives he has been granted ere he ultimately depart this mortal coil. (As things now stand,...

  • Waltie Cronkite at 6 Months
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    Waltie Cronkite at 6 Months

    6 years ago

    Waltie Cronkite at 6 Months Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Reporting from a frame and clapboard bungalow on an elm-shaded street in a quiet residential section of St. Joseph, Missouri — Isn’t this cheerful little guy just the spitting image of his...

  • Wowser, the First Dog Ever Transmitted by Morse Code
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    Wowser, the First Dog Ever Transmitted by Morse Code

    6 years ago

    Another quadruped hero! Another cutting edge kibble-consuming canine!

  • Woman Showing Her Age (?)
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    Woman Showing Her Age (?)

    6 years ago

    Woman Showing Her Age (?) Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Yes, indeed. I hate to be the style and fashion arbiter to point it out, but this lass is clearly signaling that her tastes (and thus her youth) trend back a considerable distance through what we...

  • Badminton Birdie Defends the Back Corner
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    Badminton Birdie Defends the Back Corner

    6 years ago

    Badminton Birdie Defends the Back Corner Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Welcome net fans to this morning’s hushed and reverential broadcast from The All England Lawn Badminton, Horseshoes and Cornhole Club in the London Borough of Milton! We are in the...

  • Butt Ox
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    Butt Ox

    6 years ago

    Butt Ox Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman This bizarre and striking member of the cattle family originated, appropriately enough, in lands that are now part of the tiny East African nation of Djibouti. Situated embracing a western spur of the Gulf of Aden...

  • Vampire Bat Takes the Checkered Flag
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    Vampire Bat Takes the Checkered Flag

    6 years ago

    Vampire Bat Takes the Checkered Flag Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Dateline: Indianapolis, Indiana — May 29, 2011: This year, for the very first time ever, ‘The Most Important Auto Race in History’ has been won by a non-human mammal! Here we see...

  • The Thin White Stork
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    The Thin White Stork

    6 years ago

    The Thin White Stork Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Allow me to begin by dispelling a vicious rumor that’s been batted around the media for nearly 30 years: The Thin White Stork was NOT discovered to have had a sexual liaison with Stick Stagger, lead...

  • Perfect (Nearly) Hedge
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    Perfect (Nearly) Hedge

    6 years ago

    Perfect (Nearly) Hedge Cartoon by Rick Zimerman Welcome to all of you who happen to be first time visitors to the Helen DeLonde Thoreaux Morgenthaler Memorial Garden of Architecturally Significant Sod, Sedums and Shrubbery! (And, welcome back once...

  • Delighted Dominguey Wearies His Shetland
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    Delighted Dominguey Wearies His Shetland

    5 years ago

    At least one of them appears happy.

  • Ballerina Buffalo
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    Ballerina Buffalo

    6 years ago

    Ballerina Buffalo Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Well, boys and babes, say hello to Billy-Bob Bison, the bodacious Ballerina Buffalo from the barren, bone-dry, blustery, blistering backwoods of Bodine, Kansas (by the bending banks of the Baintree Bayou,...

  • Not Likely to Succeed
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    Not Likely to Succeed

    6 years ago

    Not Likely to Succeed Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Ahhh. Let me count the ways that this disturbingly disillusioned doofus is not likely to succeed in his quest for feminine companionship this evening. First, our squat gentleman (?) friend here is...

  • The Indignities of Aging: Male of the Species
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    The Indignities of Aging: Male of the Species

    5 years ago

    We all know it ain't easy being male. Here's some of the ugliness (and I mean that literally) that all of you guys will have to look forward to.

  • Time To Quit
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    Time To Quit

    6 years ago

    Time To Quit Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Perchance the realization has finally come to chain-smoking Chollie that it might at last be time to quit. An everted pulmonary organ, hanging slackly and blackly from one’s gasping gaping mouth, tends to...

  • Professor, in a Bowler, on a Bike
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    Professor, in a Bowler, on a Bike

    6 years ago

    Professor, in a Bowler, on a Bike Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman See Professor Budley. See Professor in a bowler. See Professor on a bike. See Professor Budley, in a bowler, on a bike. Professor Budley pedals. He pedals his bike. Pedals it briskly....

  • Mobility Challenged
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    Mobility Challenged

    7 years ago

    Mobility Challenged Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Mobility challenged? I’ll say! If, like me, you’ve been not very patiently waiting behind this fella, as he ever so achingly slowly scuffs and shuffles his way millimetrically toward the next...

  • Unicycle Mudhill Climb Semifinals
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    Unicycle Mudhill Climb Semifinals

    5 years ago

    Trust me. This is nowhere near as easy as it looks.

  • Old Fert Crossing Event Boundaries
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    Old Fert Crossing Event Boundaries

    5 years ago

    We're all going to have to cross one of these some day. May as well let Fert show us how.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 27
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    Little-Known Santa No. 27

    5 years ago

    I'm telling ya. Make sure you call on this guy on the day of his daughter's wedding, and he'll refuse you nothing.

  • Little-Known Santa No. 26
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    Little-Known Santa No. 26

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 26 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman And now, ladies and gentlemen, the one! The only! The incomparable! The outrageous! The highly hormonal amazing aging struttin’ senior citizen! Little-Known Santa No. 26! Saint Mick — Sir...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 25
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    Little-Known Santa No. 25

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 25 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman If you are planning to leave out a Christmas Eve snack of milk and cookies for the midnight arrival of Little-Known Santa No. 25, might I suggest at least a full gallon of chilled whole milk and...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 24
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    Little-Known Santa No. 24

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 24 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman As the midday sun of a mild spring day peeks down upon the patchily wooded slopes of the Catskills, melting snow drops from the boughs of stately evergreens. We note that what at first appeared to...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 23
    2

    Little-Known Santa No. 23

    5 years ago

    Now this guy is clearly a globe-trotter (or, is that globe-circler?)

  • Little-Known Santa No. 22
    2

    Little-Known Santa No. 22

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 22 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Upon first meeting Little-Known Santa No. 22, the modern viewer is not particularly surprised or impressed. Two large and pronounced vampire fangs. Check. Stern brows overhanging piercing...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 21
    2

    Little-Known Santa No. 21

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 21 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman You need not fear. The apocalypse, the end time, the universe’s second — and final —big bang (or whimper) will not arrive in the year 2012 as purportedly predicted by prescient Mayan...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 20
    2

    Little-Known Santa No. 20

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 20 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman This quivering, shivering, shaking, quaking, bugging, chugging, dipsy, tipsy, puckered, tuckered Little-Known Santa No. 20 sure looks like he’s just about the world’s worst addict, doesn’t...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 19
    7

    Little-Known Santa No. 19

    7 years ago

    Little-Known Santa No. 19 Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman C’mon, all you thousands upon thousands of avid Barbra-ficionados! You know this by heart! Sing along with me! Everyone! “People! People who need presents — are the luckiest people in the...

  • Little-Known Santa No. 18
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    Little-Known Santa No. 18

    7 years ago

    The Santanator Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Well, if you are at all media-savvy, then you certainly should have expected to see this character coming around again at this time of year. After all, he sure has repeated it often enough: “I’ll be...

  • Microchip Spider
    2

    Microchip Spider

    5 years ago

    The study of nature has given us many biomimetic marvels, but perhaps none so fundamental to today's technology as this one.

  • Head Bug
    2

    Head Bug

    7 years ago

    Head Bug Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman And here you were thinking that an infestation of bed bugs was something of a challenge! Well, look out for the Head Bug! Compared to this torso- and abdomen-less guy, the ordinary everyday bedbug — Cimex...

  • Hairingbone Herbie and His R.C. Cubster
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    Hairingbone Herbie and His R.C. Cubster

    7 years ago

    Hairingbone Herbie and His R.C. Cubster Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman “Number Nine . . . Number Nine . . . Number Nine . . . Number Nine . . .” Herbie slowly drones from the sidelines (though, as he was not born for multiple decades after the...

  • Four-Eyed Twink Speed-Dating
    4

    Four-Eyed Twink Speed-Dating

    7 years ago

    Four-Eyed Twink Speed-Dating Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman OMG, ladies, would you ever have imagined that your luck could turn so bad? I bet you had fallen into the mistaken belief that you had seen it all. That the last few times you had arrived at...

  • Ephraim Dustmopp, Elder of the Kleene Clan
    2

    Ephraim Dustmopp, Elder of the Kleene Clan

    7 years ago

    Ephraim Dustmopp, Elder of the Kleene Clan Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman This is Ephraim’s most enjoyable time of day. The cows have all been milked, silage stowed away, geese penned, mare brushed down, tractor rinsed of manure and mud, chickens...

  • Annie Stereotype
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    Annie Stereotype

    7 years ago

    Annie Stereotype Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Just when those far-right talking empty heads figure they’ve got this figurehead of the ongoing Occupy Wall Street (OWS) Movement all figured out, leave it to Annie Stereotype to shatter their...

  • Chipp 'Hoops' Munk
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    Chipp 'Hoops' Munk

    7 years ago

    Chipp 'Hoops' Munk Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Controversy seems to somehow always find star athlete Chipp ‘Hoops’ Munk. And, is it any wonder? When you’re a 1’-8” tall acornball wunderkind among a league full of 6” to 7” opponents,...

  • Champanzee
    4

    Champanzee

    7 years ago

    Champanzee Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Boy, the brand label on the front of these monkey-size metallic azure boxing shorts sure says it all, doesn’t it? Everlast? Because that’s exactly what the once and still-reigning Champanzee had to do, to...

  • Character Actor with the Memorable Face (whose name I can never recall)
    2

    Character Actor with the Memorable Face (whose name I can never recall)

    7 years ago

    Character Actor with the Memorable Face (whose name I can never recall) Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Look! Look! There he is again! That one right there! That guy moving off toward the left side of the screen, behind the two short grubby troll-looking...

  • Wix Widegullet Retires
    0

    Wix Widegullet Retires

    7 years ago

    Wix Widegullet Retires Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Yes, good ol’ Wendell “Wix” Widegullet has just this very morning begun his retirement. But, just like every other one of us that manages to survive to retirement age, it has been a long,...

  • Dedicated Gumshoe
    4

    Dedicated Gumshoe

    7 years ago

    Dedicated Gumshoe Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman It is a damp, foggy pre-dawn on the Embarcadero. One can hear the faint and rhythmic slapping of turbid current against the approaching hull of the overdue Vallejo Ferry as it sidles past Pier 1 for its...

  • The Great Knute Roachne
    2

    The Great Knute Roachne

    7 years ago

    And you thought you knew all the greats of the early ages of Midwest football!

  • Fashion Fail #1
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    Fashion Fail #1

    5 years ago

    Does this misbegotten miss not own even one mirror?

  • Tattoo Artist Goes Rogue
    2

    Tattoo Artist Goes Rogue

    5 years ago

    Look carefully, now. I am sure there's something there that you might fancy for your own skin ink?

  • A Full Clip of Bulletbirds
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    A Full Clip of Bulletbirds

    7 years ago

    A Full Clip of Bulletbirds Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman (Sorry — if you happened to be instead searching for information about the 1961 to 1963 ‘Bullet Bird’ Ford Thunderbird models, you will have to go back and hit googlesearch or wiki-whatever...

  • Test-Tube Tinto Shreds a Gnarly Half-Pipe
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    Test-Tube Tinto Shreds a Gnarly Half-Pipe

    7 years ago

    Test-Tube Tinto Shreds a Gnarly Half-Pipe Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Citizens of the Global Village: prepare to meet your future! For 12-year-old Tinto has been born and raised in the modern American southwest, the locale of much of the urban,...

  • German Couple
    4

    German Couple

    5 years ago

    Don't know if you've ever experienced the double-take induced by just such a set of matching doubles before, but . . .

  • The Greatest Holiday Gift Ever
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    The Greatest Holiday Gift Ever

    5 years ago

    If you're ever stumped for a great holiday gift idea, take a little tip from the following story.

  • Twit . . . James Twit
    4

    Twit . . . James Twit

    7 years ago

    Twit . . . James Twit Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman And who among us doesn’t recognize that classic introductory phrase from the cinema of the ‘60s (voted in 2001 ‘best-loved one-liner in cinema’ by a nation of Brits)? First uttered by our...

  • Curly Cockatiel
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    Curly Cockatiel

    7 years ago

    Curly Cockatiel Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman G’day, mate! Allow me, if you will, to introduce you to one of the cutest of crested Canberrans, the comely Curly Cockatiel called Crescent. This bird hails from the only planned city in all of The Land...

  • Swastika Star Climbing the Continental Shelf
    2

    Swastika Star Climbing the Continental Shelf

    7 years ago

    Swastika Star Climbing the Continental Shelf Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Ever so slowly, as the early hours of a December night slide by, this spindly denizen of the deep fights the chill weight of the tidal currents descending from the expansive...

  • Bumpy the Bucket-Mouthed Butt-Hatted Buck-Toothed Brahma-Bull-Bustin' Buckaroo
    2

    Bumpy the Bucket-Mouthed Butt-Hatted Buck-Toothed Brahma-Bull-Bustin' Buckaroo

    5 years ago

    Yeee'Hah! Whether you're a fervent rodeo fan or a sophisticated-like city slicker, I gair-ron-tee that you'll take a shine ta this happy feller!

  • Downcast Elf
    4

    Downcast Elf

    5 years ago

    Sure, Christmas is one great holiday for you and yours every year! But imagine what this guy endures the rest of the year.

  • Truly Mosaic Beard
    4

    Truly Mosaic Beard

    5 years ago

    Now this is chin-hair of Biblical proportions!

  • Flaming Gasball from Uranus
    3

    Flaming Gasball from Uranus

    7 years ago

    Flaming Gasball from Uranus Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman OK — All of you fratboys and any others mired in off-color adolescence — stop your silly scatological sniggering, please! This is in fact a Flaming Gasball from the planet Uranus. And, as may...

  • Whiskers Plots
    14

    Whiskers Plots

    5 years ago

    If you've ever had a truly devilish dervish of a feline in your household, you know what you're up against.

  • Tusk Seems Grumpy
    7

    Tusk Seems Grumpy

    5 years ago

    Ever have an aquarium pet that goes rogue? One thing's for sure, I'm not going to be the next one to feed him.

  • Streamlined
    0

    Streamlined

    5 years ago

    Doesn't look like wind resistance is one of this guy's problems.

  • Solar Zinnia
    2

    Solar Zinnia

    7 years ago

    Solar Zinnia Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Earlier today in Palo Alto, California, at a hastily orchestrated press conference in the sunny Rachel Carson Courtyard, enviro-botanists at the Commemorative Albert A. Gore, Jr. Omniversity for Constructively...

  • Really Big Jar
    4

    Really Big Jar

    7 years ago

    Really Big Jar Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman It happened when — shades of George Carlin — I was looking for a place to put some of my stuff. The three-piece suits that were no longer in style, and those that no longer managed to fit me...

  • Ready for the Strip Club
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    Ready for the Strip Club

    7 years ago

    Ready for the Strip Club Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman It’s not too much of a stretch to say that all of Doof Derf’s 20th year on this planet — plus perhaps a few other years prior as well — has been building up to this very evening . . . For...

  • Questionable Waiter
    2

    Questionable Waiter

    7 years ago

    Questionable Waiter Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Man, talk about a misnomer! Upon introducing us to this intimate (cramped) authentic (clichéd) fine (perhaps) little bistro (limited menu restaurant) tucked away within a narrowly slotted tenant space...

  • Prim Sanitation Engineer
    3

    Prim Sanitation Engineer

    5 years ago

    The title of Sanitation Engineer has recently replaced all of those much more colorful sobriquets of the past: garbage man, waste collector, refuse agent, doss hauler, etc.

  • Somebody Must Love Plush Bunnies
    2

    Somebody Must Love Plush Bunnies

    7 years ago

    Somebody Must Love Plush Bunnies Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Now, there’s a vanity license plate that says it all! Clearly, this person loves bunny, or, more accurately, bunnies. I’d say there are a few love objects along for the ride. But just...

  • Morbidly Obese Snake
    0

    Morbidly Obese Snake

    5 years ago

    No, that's not a smiling football; it's just a snake that has apparently chosen to adopt a lifestyle akin to that of so many extremely large Americans.

  • I'm Making A Change
    0

    I'm Making A Change

    7 years ago

    I'm Making a Change Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Hmmmmmm . . . . I’m really not too sure about this. What if the gals (or even the guys, for that matter) in the secretarial pool don’t find these new glasses that flattering? Could it be that these...

  • Loser with Feedbag
    2

    Loser with Feedbag

    7 years ago

    Loser with Feedbag Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Yo! Our boy Snig here looks quite content, doesn’t he? Now that he has discovered the new durable and versatile urban feedbag introduced earlier this summer by the local StreetGearGap store on 17th...

  • He Be Buggin'
    6

    He Be Buggin'

    5 years ago

    And it doesn't hurt that his decidedly dark multi-faceted eyes happen to resemble a miniature pair of Wayfarers, increasing his cool cred.

  • Flat Personality
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    Flat Personality

    6 years ago

    Flat Personality Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman I don’t really mean to go on about Mr. Delbert Ding McDash’s exceptionally flat personality, but — hey! just take a good look at the dude! He’s the ultimate fizzle. The consummate bringdown. The man...

  • The World's First Earthscraper
    2

    The World's First Earthscraper

    6 years ago

    The World's First Earthscraper Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman In the mid to late 1930s, it was left to real estate mogul Triumvirate Nabob Trump, visionary great-uncle of The Donald, to create the World’s First Earthscraper. Triumvirate was known by...

  • Dental Floss Recycling
    0

    Dental Floss Recycling

    7 years ago

    Dental Floss Recycling Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Are you getting sick and tired of the continually dismal news every evening about the unbudging United States rate of unemployment? Do you happen to be one of the many unfortunates still out of work...

  • Captain Condescending
    2

    Captain Condescending

    7 years ago

    Captain Condescending Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman No, wait — let me correct that. This is not just Captain Condescending looming before you. Rather, this is the Honorable Curtess Mayfair Smoot Condescending, Fourteenth Lord of Dumfro, Captain of Her...

  • Grandnephew Bob Hitler, Carnival Barker
    4

    Grandnephew Bob Hitler, Carnival Barker

    7 years ago

    Grandnephew Bob Hitler, Carnival Barker Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman If you should happen to be right in the center of historic old Cologne, Germany, at exactly eleven minutes past the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the year...

  • Truly Blank Verse
    5

    Truly Blank Verse

    6 years ago

    Truly Blank Verse Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman I am not at all what might be considered a fan of poetry. Oh, don’t get me wrong; I read, and read voraciously. I consume mounds of magazines with rigorous, some might say rabid, regularity (as long as...

  • Best Lie
    2

    Best Lie

    7 years ago

    Best Lie Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman As God, Buddha, Jehovah, Mohammed, Krishna, Zoroaster, Anubis, Xaman Ek, Wodin, Pan and Zeus are my witnesses, I tell you no lie. That right there is the best lie I had all day. It happened on my initial drive from...

  • All in the Wrist
    2

    All in the Wrist

    7 years ago

    All in the Wrist Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman It was during the televised matches of the semifinal round of this year’s U.S. Open that the age-old tennis adage that it’s ‘all in the wrist’ was brought home with such sterling clarity by the...

  • All Beak
    2

    All Beak

    6 years ago

    All Beak Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Usually when one thinks of a bird with a large beak, one thinks first and foremost of the pelican. That would most likely have been true of the Tennessee poet, humorist, ornithologist and natural farmer Dixon...

  • 23 Hairpieces
    2

    23 Hairpieces

    7 years ago

    23 Hairpieces (You don't want to see the rest!) Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Oh, yeah, our hirsute hippie here is adorned with 23 different hairpieces (trust me, you DO NOT want to see the rest of them!). Indulge yourself by partaking of just the eight...

  • A Woman of Means
    6

    A Woman of Means

    7 years ago

    A Woman of Means Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Yes, indeed, this is a woman of means. But by ‘woman of means’ I don’t necessarily mean what you think I might mean. I don’t mean that this is a woman of ‘means’ in the traditional sense of the...

  • The Wildebeest Charleston
    2

    The Wildebeest Charleston

    7 years ago

    The Wildebeest Charleston Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Witness a very rare and historic commemorative command performance of the Wildebeest Charleston by one of the Flapper Era’s oldest surviving quadrupeds! This fleet-footed member of the species...

  • Yoshe Yunibrau (with Glenda)
    2

    Yoshe Yunibrau (with Glenda)

    5 years ago

    You just try saying 'Yodeling Tyrolean' three times, real fast, especially to music!

  • Dude with Slight Overbite but Truly Monumental Forehead
    4

    Dude with Slight Overbite but Truly Monumental Forehead

    5 years ago

    Hey, don't knock this guy's appearance. After all, it was inspired by an encounter with a very real person of striking physiognomy.

  • Playing with Mixed Emotions
    0

    Playing with Mixed Emotions

    5 years ago

    Perhaps you have found yourself in this same plight before: unsure of which emotion might be most appropriate for the occasion.

  • The Material Museum
    2

    The Material Museum

    5 years ago

    That's right, pick a material, any material. Odds are, you'll find it here.

  • Porkzilla
    4

    Porkzilla

    5 years ago

    And here you thought Transformers or Godzilla were the biggest threats around.

  • Smiley (with the Feathery Eyelashes)
    0

    Smiley (with the Feathery Eyelashes)

    7 years ago

    Smiley (with the Feathery Eyelashes) Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman To all our viewers, welcome back to our program! We appreciate your partaking of the preceding brief commercial interlude, and are grateful for any support you might show our valued...

  • Mickey Mole
    4

    Mickey Mole

    7 years ago

    Mickey Mole Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Okay, okay, so you’ve guessed it. Indeed, I am cousin to that most famous of all frolicking rodents, that one with the high-pitched voice, the pristine white gloves, the hair-thin tail, and the bland and...

  • Yo-bee-yotch!
    0

    Yo-bee-yotch!

    7 years ago

    Yo-bee-yotch! Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman I say: Let’s get ready to ruuuuummmmmmbble! We who are ringed about the tacky old oak veneer parquet dance floor (measuring certainly no more than 12 feet by 16 feet) at deep center of the Parisian styled...

  • Rude Moose
    2

    Rude Moose

    5 years ago

    Can you believe this boisterously obnoxious bovine?

  • Poppet Eyes a 'Skeeter
    0

    Poppet Eyes a 'Skeeter

    5 years ago

    How wide-eyed were you when you saw your first mosquito taxiing in to sample your hemoglobin?

  • Robin In Da Hood
    0

    Robin In Da Hood

    7 years ago

    Robin In Da Hood Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Look, folks. I am here before you today to try to set the historical record straight, once and for all. Forget the popular imaginings embodied in the form of a grimy Russell Crowe, or a blow-dried Kevin...

  • Hermes Hokitoopaytopoffus
    0

    Hermes Hokitoopaytopoffus

    7 years ago

    Hermes Hokitoopaytopoffus Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Welcome to the tiny hedonistic island of Skiathos, a Grecian getaway paradise facing the hulk of Asia Minor across the deep blue Aegean Sea. You are traversing one of the scores of sandy beaches...

  • Geeks Rule!
    2

    Geeks Rule!

    7 years ago

    Geeks Rule! Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman That’s right. Flash back to the very midpoint of the 1990s — 1995: the year that saw the introduction of Internet Explorer, Java, Deep Blue, eBay and the internet’s first Wiki. The year that saw the birth...

  • The Architecture of The Western Reserve
    2

    The Architecture of The Western Reserve

    2 years ago

    The Architecture of the Western Reserve is a bit like comedy or pornography — it may be very hard to define, but you'll know it when you see it.

  • NASA's Sustainability Base
    4

    NASA's Sustainability Base

    5 years ago

    The nation's space exploration agency tackles the exploration of ever-more-efficient and sustainable office space with this distinctive new structure.

  • The Tower Press Building, Cleveland, Ohio
    0

    The Tower Press Building, Cleveland, Ohio

    5 years ago

    An early example of innovative mixed-use architecture of the early 20th Century finds new purpose by way of a 21st Century renovation and reuse.

  • The Role of Landscaping in Design and Sustainability
    2

    The Role of Landscaping in Design and Sustainability

    7 years ago

    Lush and Varied Landscaping Sketches by Rick Zimmerman Windswept palms bordering pale sand beaches of Key West. Stately saguaro cacti standing sentinel throughout southwestern deserts. Ponderosa pine marching upwards above the bright blue of Lake...

  • Winthrop House, Harvard University
    0

    Winthrop House, Harvard University

    2 years ago

    Harvard undergraduate home to a young John F. Kennedy, Winthrop House consists of two Colonial brick structures facing Cambridge's placid stretch of the Charles River.

  • Overtow
    2

    Overtow

    7 years ago

    Overtow Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Ah! Those carefree days of summer, sun, sand and seashore! This happily floating character adrift just offshore of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, is about to get a strong and sudden lesson in paying attention to...

  • Stuck in the Age of Disco
    2

    Stuck in the Age of Disco

    7 years ago

    Stuck in the Age of Disco Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman And you thought you had problems adjusting to an age when portable phones are smaller than a bread box and don’t require a shoulder strap, when any lame digital wristwatch contains more memory...

  • Frackle, A Venusian Spiked Egg
    0

    Frackle, A Venusian Spiked Egg

    7 years ago

    Frackle, a Venusian Spiked Egg Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Say hello to my fuzzy fowl friend, Frackle, a Venusian Spiked Egg, who, at the tender age of just 2.3 Earth years, has reached near-senility (for a VSE, that is). It will be perhaps no more...

  • Ollie Blowfish
    7

    Ollie Blowfish

    5 years ago

    You may not immediately recognize this fella without his usual slender companion.

  • Sore-Gum Steer
    0

    Sore-Gum Steer

    7 years ago

    Sore-Gum Steer Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman If you’ve ever been unfortunate enough to be plagued by a bout of tender gums, sensitive teeth or chafing misfit dentures, then you can surely relate to the agony this Sore-Gum Steer must be going through....

  • Osama Bin Burrito, Rice, Hot Tea
    2

    Osama Bin Burrito, Rice, Hot Tea

    7 years ago

    Osama Bin Burrito, Rice, Hot Tea Cartoon by Rick Zimmerman Dateline: New York 09:27 EST May 2, 2011 — The news yesterday that a special operation by the United States military had resulted in the death of al-Qaeda leader and revolutionary icon...

  • How To Be Just Like a Royal
    6

    How To Be Just Like a Royal

    7 years ago

    How to be just like a royal Photo manipulation by Rick Zimmerman If the recent gala featuring Wills and Kate has you hankering for a crown or some pomp and circumstance of your own, here’s how you can be just like a royal: Adorn your signature...

  • Classic Park, Eastlake, Ohio
    0

    Classic Park, Eastlake, Ohio

    5 years ago

    Enjoy this fine example of a minor league ballpark with urban charm.

  • Perry Nuclear Power Plant, North Perry, Ohio
    0

    Perry Nuclear Power Plant, North Perry, Ohio

    5 years ago

    This nuclear power plant along the southern shore of Lake Erie was one of the last such facilities built in the U.S., and its service history is a checkered one.

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