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This cartoon has yet to appear in print, due to Ms. Nichols' email server taking an un-announced Labor Day holiday.
This is the best the leader can do for editorial comics? They make the editor look like am idiot My eightgrader can do better.
What kind of a garbage person are you Dawn? What store do you own?
Paul you are so cute. But honestly my eighth grader does better art. Hands down. Did you see the last two pieces this knitwit did? Or knattwit.....
If you are dating and I'm insulting a relationship my apologies. I'd hate it if someone critiqued my husbands work badly (that said he draws better as well)
Cartooning is commentary, not fine art. The cartoonist must come up with a timely concept as well as drawings, every week.
Tastes in art differ; some of us enjoy rapid line drawings!
Please share a few sequential weeks of your 8th grader's pithy and timely cartoons anytime!
If you can't say something nice ... or at least express yourself politely, do you really need to say anything at all?
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