Sunday Funnies, All Hearsay, All the Time

Memes are ephemeral, they come and then they are gone. We chuckle at them and sometimes nod as sagely as we can manage, although often the thyme has passed. But they make points and that is why we present them each week. The funny part is this post often takes longer to put together than almost any other. But we all know, in a week or two they’ll be gone.

Except a few, which hang on and become part of the language.

Jeffrey Epstein didn’t hang himself seems to becoming one of those. So here we go.

Funny, I dislike this meme and always have but it’s so damned appropriate so often we keep running it.

And, of course

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11 Responses to Sunday Funnies, All Hearsay, All the Time

  1. audremyers says:

    Oh, my gosh! Sitting alone in my computer room laughing my behind off! You’ve out done yourself, my friend. The four panel Hilary one just about knocked me outta my chair. OHMGosh!

    I think since the start of the Impeachment Wish-list, my sense of the ridiculous has expanded. Some of these cartoons helped, too.

    Brilliant! You rock. Gunna save this one to my favorites for future prophylactic purposes, lol

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  2. audremyers says:

    They don’t run from it – you’d have to recognize in order to run from it!

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  3. the unit says:

    Reality. Uh, artist stole the motor first. 🙂

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  4. the unit says:

    Love the shapes and spaces toy picture.
    Wifey, grandmom teaching these things to new granddaughter.
    Guess ’cause she a education M.ED knew this important. (Note: never a teachers’ union member, and got teachers’ certificate and masters degree after our kids grown; never full time teacher in the system; in demand substitute ever since.)
    I just thought recognizing such things came naturally. Well, ever since me and my dad built a kit boat from Luger Industries when I was a kid of 12. 🙂
    All plywood then, except hardwood keel and ribs of course. And screws hand turned. 🙂
    https://acbs-bslol.com/boating-history/classicglass/lugerindustries/

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    • NEO says:

      I kind of thought it was innate, too but maybe not. My story is about like yours, hanging out with dad you learned without thinking about it, ours was building tractors and buildings, but the lessons are comparable.

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