This cartoon is by Dave Walker.
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LOL I laughed.
Nice cartoon. Check out more that may make some of your readers laugh at my blog — http://www.implementingscrum.com!
Sigh … I am so tired of seeing this cartoon on all the blogs I’ve visited. It would be nice if each blogger would at least put their own personal spin on this much over used cartoon…
Catherine, the redhead
Lol! Good one.
haha, this is very true! I like it.
On some days this cartoon seems funnier than others, today was a funny day Just don’t catch me after a day spent online with my eyes red and scratchy from staring at the screen, then I might be yelling at you through my monitor! Kidding
This is hilarious
this makes me want to start a blog.
I enjoyed this article! — Thanks!
Excellent ! i keep this cartoon
It’s interesting seeing the various responses to something like this. I put it up here because It tickled my funny-bone and also said something important to me at the time. But, like anything I guess, over time you get used to seeing it and wonder why you bothered. But I still like it.
Some statements have immediate but only short term value, others last longer, and some are eternal. But all are useful.
I’m so glad I found your blog.
You’re exactly who we need to help get the word out about two amazing women who are raising money for orphans by running 50 miles in 50 states – the Running Hope Through America (http://www.runhope.com/) project.
I’m friends with Lisa Smith Batchen (http://tri.nity.me/cGvA1E), the ultra-marathon runner and Sister Mary Beth Lloyd, the Catholic nun who are at the core of Running Hope Through America effort. CNN did a story on them that you can watch here (http://tri.nity.me/9j7ZFs).
Lisa has already run two thirds of her 2500-mile journey across the US, raising money for the Orphan Foundation of America, AIDS Orphans Rising and Caring House Project. As a mother of five children I feel like I’m running and running to get it all done, but she is literally running and running! 50 miles in every state, no matter the conditions, and she’s doing it all for the children. The woman is an angel on earth.
I’ve created the Trinity Cross (http://tri.nity.me/bzBTvO) as a result of my faith in miracles and my devotion to family and God. Lisa is wearing a Trinity Cross on her run. In an effort to support Lisa and her team, we are asking people to make an $80 donation via this page (http://tri.nity.me/d79gqF).
Anyone who donates $80 or more will receive a Trinity Cross as a memento of Lisa’s effort to bring Hope to orphans.
When you know that a mere six cents a day can feed a hungry child, any amount will make a difference. Imagine –with an $80 donation more than 1300 children could be fed.
Please email me and let me know how you can help spread the word. We aren’t just looking for donations but partners in our mission to end suffering for these poor orphans displaced by AIDS. I know, together, we can make a difference in the lives of so many children.
I know, together, we can make a difference in the lives of so many.
Trinity Cross Collection (http://tri.nity.me/bzBTvO)
You’ve hit the ball out the park! Inrcdeible!
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