Click to read at the New York Times, or on The Nib
I haven’t caught Olympic fever, but this winter has brought on a major case of cabin fever to everyone in the northeast. Complaining about the weather is a tradition even older than the Olympics, so I figured I’d join in.
Apparently other parts of the country/world are experiencing different weather abnormalities, but I don’t have to walk on their unshoveled sidewalks, so who cares?
Click to read at The Nib
I’ve posted some Valentines you can send to anyone with the click of a button. I’m sure your loved ones will appreciate that act of half-assery.
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I’ve been drawing a bunch of comics for different places and haven’t kept up with posting links here, so I’m gonna take a massive link dump right now on the blog.
From the Desk of President Obama
click to read at The New York Times
Obama’s State of the Union speech was a boring dud. It took him 5 years to realize Congress doesn’t like him, so now he’s starting to rely on executive orders. He’s way behind most other presidents.
The Climate Change Winter Games
click to read at Daily Kos
The winter Olympics are about to begin, and the terrible winter we’ve been having has brought out the climate change deniers in full force.
The Super Bowl of Public Service Announcements
Click to read at Medium
The Super Bowl was as boring as Obama’s SOTU, but these PSAs at least made it watchable.