This picture was taken at the Chicago Botanic Gardens on Thursday, August , 2010

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Danville Touring Options

1. Welcome/Visitor's Center
2. Danville Science Center/Train Station
3. Trolley Tour through downtown
4. Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History - The Sutherlin Mansion
5. The Riverwalk
6. A Danville waterfall tour


1. The City by the Dan
2. Historic Homes
3. Textiles and Tobacco: The Old Economy
4. The New Economy: Technology and Bioproducts


Monday, November 15, 2010

6 Places I would take you:

1. River Walk
2. Go Cart Track
3. Community Market
4. Tank Museum
5. Canoe (parks)
6. Art Museum

3 Angles:

1. The wonders of Danville History
2. Rivers worth more than fishing
3. Foods from the south

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

101 Dalmations

                    While i cant really say this is my favorite Glen Close movie its one that i remember most because of her wonderful acting. She really reminds me of a bad guy in most movies i have seen her in.
                     In this movie she portrays a fur lover who will do anything for the rarest fur. She decides she wants the dalmatian fur and she stops at nothing to try and get it. However Close being the bad guy, and bad guys never win, she does not succeed and gets put in jail for thievery.
                     This movie introduced Glen Close to me in a way that when i was a child i would see her as a bad guy forever, though now i see her as a very determined women. This role like many will show her determination throughout her career and will bleed through in her characters.


Monday, November 8, 2010

The Perfect Woman

Glenn Close portrays delightfully devilish Claire Wellington in the 2004 remake of The Stepford Wives.

In this film, Walter Kresby and Joanna Eberhart take their two children to live in Stepford, Connecticut, after Joanna suffers a complete nervous breakdown upon her dismissal from the network she was running.

Stepford seemed perfect--perfect to everyone except Joanna, who was suspicious of the strange happenings in Stepford.

Eventually, viewers learn that all of the women in Stepford are robots, changed by their husbands into "perfect" wives.

Claire is also full of surprises, but I'll let you watch for yourself to see what Glenn Close brings to the table!


Thursday, November 4, 2010

Michael Keaton in Batman

My all time favorite Michael Keaton movie hands down, is defiantly Batman Returns. I remember watching it with my brothers when we were younger.  Keaton was the perfect man for the role as Batman. He played his character as Bruce Wayne perfectly which gained my likability even more. 

Actors Danny Devito and Michelle Pfeiffer also made this movie a must see for me. ( Which were characters Cat-woman & The Penguin) I also enjoyed the first movie Batman movie. Michael Keaton is the best Batman my far (to me). I have to say I've watched this movie over five times.


Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Dirty Dancing

               Its a man vs man type story. It takes two different people from two different sides of the tracks and unites them through a common passion, dancing.
              The two characters Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey play their parts so well its really hard to imagine them as any other people. Baby, played by Jennifer Grey comes into conflict with her surroundings when she becomes completely mesmerized by Johnny, her dance instructor played by Patrick Swayze. Johnny who comes from a significantly different background than Baby soon becomes captivated by he uniqueness.
              The story is amazingly constructed, very cleverly cast, and completely  appropriate for the time period it was made in (1987). The reason is in this time period higher class people were not meant to be attracted to lower class because it would bring shame to your family. However in this movie where no one puts Baby in the corner the two characters (Johnny and Baby) overcome the standards set by other people.


Love & Basketball

I enjoy many movies but one of my favorites was Love & Basketball.

Its your typical love story with a twist that revolves around basketball. Its about two people who love basketball and play it for a living. They've known each other since they were kids and were friends ever since. In high school they started a relationship but after college they lost touch.

Just when you think they will never see each other again, love seems to bring them back together in their adult years. The movie ends with the women playing for the WNBA and the male character who is now her husband, is in the audience with their child.

This movie's plot is great and the the actors were the perfect pick for this movie because they had such great chemistry. I give this movie two thumbs up.



My favorite film of all time is easily "Titanic."

This movie played into my interest in transportation and had me hooked before the first time I saw it!

Of course, I fell in love with the characters and the humanity of the film was also captivating to me.

The film is set in 1912, during the White Star Line's Titanic's maiden voyage. The film follows two young lovers as the events unfold on the days leading up to April 14 when, of course, the ship fatally struck an iceberg and sank over a period of a few hours.

This movie has everything--love, intrigue, betrayal and an incredible feat of innovation.

This classic will remain at the top of my list--perhaps I should go watch it now...


Thursday, October 28, 2010

Strange Treats for Halloween!

Here are my ideas for some strange sweets!

1. Cheese Finnish (Danish)
2. Money Buns
3. Chocolate-Covered Fish
4. Yellowcake (Uranium)
5. R&D's (Experimental M&M's)
6. Spittles
7. Chocolate Flavored Potato Chips
8. Cherry Cheesefake (Cheesecake Substitute)
9. Cow Tails (Literally)
10. Miss Frances' Ding Dongs

Happy Halloween!!!

-Bobby A.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Top 10 Made Up Candies!!!

1. 3 Musketeers - 3 Musty Peers
2. Kit Kat- Click Clack
3. Mike and Ike- Tina and Ike
4. Nerds- Flavored Terds
5. Payday- Unemployment Line
6. Rolo- Marco ... Polo
7. Sour Patch Kids- Cabbage Patch Kids
8. Tootsie Roll- Percolator
9. Whatchamacallit- Thatswhaticallit
10. Slim Jim- Fat Jack

Thats all Folks!

Top 10 Candies & Cakes (With a Twist)

Here are the top 10 candies and cakes with a twist!
  1. Snickers:Sneakers
  2. Hersey's Kisses-Hersey's Droppings
  3. Baby Ruth-Baby Tooth
  4. Gum Drops-Thumb Drops
  5. Dots-Snots
  6. Fudge Brownies-Sludge Brownies
  7. Butterfingers-Oil-fingers
  8. War Heads-Wax Heads
  9. Rice Krispies-Mice Krispies 
  10. Twinkies-Stinkies

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

St. Patricks Day

Okay so i hope i dont get in trouble i almost completely forgot about the blog SO SORRY!!!
But here is my music anyway.
1. Star of The County Down - Orthodox Celts
2. Irish drinking Song- Celtic Legends
3. Galway Girl - P.S. I love you Sound track
4.The Leprechaun
5.The Druken Scottsman- Irish Rovers
I also loved this research and blog it was really fun and i like all these songs.

A Different Sort of Memorial Day

Let us take a moment to reflect.

1. I Will Remember You - Amy Grant
2. Memories - Within Temptation
3. Remember - The Underdog Project
4. Only Time - Enya
5. Wild Horses - Susan Boyle


Monday, October 18, 2010

Halloween Costumes

Upon deep reflection into this topic, I have assembled the following list of creative, but not necessarily scandalous Halloween costumes.

1. Paper Bag
2. Photo Frame
3. Britney Powers
4. Patchwork Quilt
5. Gavel
6. Luggage
7. The Averett Cougar
8. College Professor
9. Recyclable Grocery Bag
10. Mystery Costume

Hope you enjoyed them!


Tricks or Treats

This is a very fun blog more blogs should be like this. So this is what i found.
Adult Tootsie
Gumball Machine
BP Costume (very funny)
Donut Cop 
Bacon and Eggs (couple costume)
Adam and Eve (couple costume)
Mr and Mrs Peanut (couple costume)
Baby California Roll
Adult Woman Avatar
Ms Krueger

Some of these were a bit inappropriate but it wasnt that bad enjoy. Sometimes i think costume designers act on impulse not a good thing sometimes. LOL

Friday, October 15, 2010

Inappropriate or Unique Halloween Costumes:

I found this assignment to be fun. It was a lot of inappropriate costumes that I saw while searching on line, but I am going to keep it PG13. There were four unique costumes that really stood out to me. The first was the M&M bag (adult) with a single M&M (child), I thought that was really adorable. Another was an iron man costume that was an actual clothes iron front instead of the appearance from the movies. Next was a women dressed as a socket and the man as the plug. This could also be an inappropriate costume. Last was the facebook page costume. This one was my favorite.

This brings me to my list of inappropriate Halloween costumes. #1 Octomom. #2 alcohol bottle #3 tampax tampons #4 condom wrapper (hope that is still PG13) and #5 KKK costume. At first I thought it was a joke but it is an actual costume, and very inappropriate.

Well I hope you enjoyed reading my list. I look forward to reading everyone else's lists. :)

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Three Shows

Besides being blue i didn't really like a lot about the first show we watched from the Blue Man Group. I though the lighting was too blue it made try real hard not to get a headache and the act was just mediocre.I expected more from professionals.

As for a team of new comers Fighting Gravity didnt have to fight at all the gave the illusion that there was no problem laying side ways in the air the music and lighting was amazing and worked very well with the production. There are some things they could clean up but all in all for amateurs they did a way better job than say 3 blue dudes.

Though the most amazingly, heart wrenching, deathly act was the death wheel act performed by the Cirque De Sole. They did a wonderful job from music, costumes, tricks and everything, they kept you watching without a doubt and you didn't want to take your eyes off of them for one second. They truly defined entertainment and how it should be done.

And a drum roll please the most amazing act of them all is without a doubt the Wheel of Death by Cirque De Sole. They did a wonderful job and kept me not wanting to even take my notes for looking away meant that i could miss an amazing talent.

Non-dramatic Performances From Class

          I really enjoyed the three shows that we saw in class. The Blue Man Group had a very weird beginning. Just the sight of the blue men terrifies me...just a little bit. I did enjoy the music which seemed to go great with this particular act. I was confused at first but I realized they were making art. This act was unique but not what I expected. I was sort of disappointed. The second act was Cirque du Soliel. The act was the "Wheel of Death." The music was dark and racy, which fits the theme of this act. I liked that it showed different angles of the act and it really kept my attention. The lighting also set the mood.
         The last act was by a group from Blacksburg, VA from Virginia Tech. I really enjoyed this because he had me asking myself, "How do they do this??" Makes me respect science a little more. I did not take off points from them because of the minor mistakes they made because they were not professionals but still managed to amaze me. Out of the three, my favorite was the Cirque du Soliel act. Those men were talented and very brave. I wouldn't mind watching more shows by them.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Non-Dramatic Review

I was very impressed with the three performances Dr. Hoffman shared in class today.

The first was Blue Man Group performing a part of one of their shows using some everyday items in very unique ways. There was something of marshmallow mouth-stuffing competition, which was quite possibly a statement against overindulgence in our society. The group also used paintballs in a way not originally intended by the manufacturer. Two of the three men caught the packs of paint in their mouths and spat the contents onto a canvas to create "art." Again, I find this to be a commentary on our society and what defines art.

The second show we saw was a portion of a Cirque Du Soleil performance. This featured two men running and jumping around two circles as the entire structure spun around. They performed feats of acrobatics and physical prowess. The show was clearly a challenge to put together.

The final group of talented individuals shared with the class today was Fighting Gravity from Virginia Tech. This group of fraternity brothers were impressive in conceptualization and execution. While I noticed room for improvement, I was impressed with the performance.

My favorite of these is the performance from Cirque Du Soleil. I really enjoyed the element of danger and perceived commitment from the performers. I felt their execution of the show was flawless and left me with a very positive impression of Cirque Du Soleil as a whole. I wouldn't mind seeing more from that genre.


Monday, October 4, 2010

Greater Tuna?

I talked to Todd Blanton about Greater Tuna he is one of two actors in the theater production. He said this was his first role he ever had to play where he was many characters." I have to morph into another character in like 15 secs because the play is so fast pace". However even with the play being so character demanding for just two people Todd felt it was extremely fun working on the play. The play is set in Tuna Texas and is really a glimpse of these peoples everyday lives. Todd in formed me that its really one of those stories where you can relate and makes you feel like " Hey, I know someone like that". Another amazing thing that Todd shared with me is that this is the biggest role he has ever had to play in his whole 13 yrs of acting.

But i don't want to give away too much about the play so there goes a little about the person i asked and a small bit of info about the play.


Sunday, October 3, 2010

Greater Tuna at Averett University

Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard came together to write a series of four comedies, the first of which is called Greater Tuna.

Greater Tuna is, like the other three plays in the series, set in the fictional town of Tuna, Texas. The show's first appearance occurred in Austin, Texas in 1981.

An interpretation of Greater Tuna will be performed by the Averett University Players and opening night is Thursday, October 7.


Greater Tuna!

Greater Tuna is a the first of four series and it is a comedy. The play revolves in a fictional town in Tuna, Texas. Two men play are the actors for all twenty characters which are both genders and all ages. The rest of the series are A Tuna Christmas, Red White & Tuna, and Tuna Does Vegas. Joe Sears and Jaston Williams are the authors and costars of the original series.


Wednesday, September 29, 2010


In approaching this assignment, I sought out pieces from the New Yorker.

I found a short, but concise review of the play "Exit/Entrance" that was not altogether pleasant but not altogether unkind.

The review gives a brief description of how the play flows and provides enough information to allow the reader to see if they would be interested in seeing it.

I know I would be!

The New Yorker

-Bobby Allen

Comedy Behind The Scenes

So i read a story that i found on Anecdotage.com where there was this play that involved bringing a real horse onto stage. Well the characters had no problem with that but the horse was a bit nervous and displayed it in a stinky manner. While the play still has to go on there was bound to be some problems. During a fight scene located right in front of the horse one of the characters stabbed another character and the stabbed person was suppose to fall but didn't. So the stabber trying to stay in character stabs again and tells the stabbed to fall the stabbed refuses with a line that goes like this " I will fall if you find me a clean place to fall".

I know I know your dying laughing but what would you have done.


Funny Rehearsals

I looked on Yahoo Answers and read real life experiences from people. I picked one on a funny theater rehearsal. A high school was working on their school's musical. The main character of the musical was center stage, starting his solo, when the stage collapsed from under him. After all that, the guy stayed in character and kept singing his song, he though he was no longer on stage, but IN the stage.

Another story was how a man forgot his lines during a play, and decided to make up his own lines. The other people on stage were confused because what he said didn't make since at all, but the audience couldn't tell the difference.


Monday, September 27, 2010

Today and 2012 - Elections and Opinions

The upcoming Presidential election may be two years away, but it is already creating a great deal of excitement in the news arena.

Nick Wing of The Huffington Post shares that likely Republican candidates have appeared frequently on Fox News. Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, and John Bolton have all appeared at least 36 times.

Sarah Palin gets another mention in a Slate article by journalist John Dickerson where he speculates her ability to effectively execute a successful campaign in 2012.

And Palin takes up arms against a political foe in an Archie comic, says Patrick Gavin of Politico, gathered in the Drudge Report. In that article, a quote given by Archie Comics co-CEO Jon Goldwater states that Palin "represent[s] the Republican Party right now." The comic features Sarah Palin facing off against our current President in a traditional "superhero" comic-cliche.

All of these pieces observe politics in a different way and each provides a valuable insight into each author's feelings on the current political situation.

Potential GOP Presidential Candidates Speak Through Fox News, Rarely On Other Networks
by Nick Wing

The Palin Effect
by John Dickerson

In Archie, Obama v. Palin
by Patrick Gavin


Political Gossipers

Political columnist Marcus Wohlsen of The Drudge Report talks about California's Proposition 19 which basically deals with the pros and cons of legalizing marijuana. I like the style and the information is very educational it gives you a more people point of view on the issue and lots of detail into the whole ordeal.

Political columnist Byron Williams of The Huffington Report speaks on the issue of passing Proposition 23 the would take California back to a time when Reagan was president and it will be proposed by people who dont even live in California. Although i dont really like the piece it doesnt really speak to me cause i cant understand what its saying but i guess it could  be for someone else.

Political columnist David Greenberg of the Slate basically gives a tribute to the Kennedy- Nixon debates and talks on how the debate favored Kennedy. This piece was really long but it was in terms i could understand and it was well organized i liked this one it was just a bit lengthy.


Friday, September 24, 2010

3 Blogs: Huffington Report, Slate, & The Drudge Report

Robert Greenwall: "No More Crooks in Congress, Investigate Candidate O'Donnell. This particular blog talks about how O'Donnell has been used up to $20,000 in campaign funds on paying her rent, bowling, and buying personal meals. There was a petition at the end of the blog for viewers to be a part of.

In the Slate, I read was about how Leonard Downie described Arianna Huffington & staff (of the Huffington Post) as "primarily parasites living off journalism produced by others." Arianna responed to this by stating that her journalist have posted 300 original blogs daily. I really thought this blog was interesting.

I wasn't really interested in the Drudge Report, I couldn't understand why the topics were just posted in a unorganized manner. I did find one article that I actually read which was one about the Queen wanting to use the state poverty fund to heat Buckingham Palace.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Vargas, Dowd, and Hiaasen

Vargas, Dowd, and Hiaasen -- Not a law firm, not an ice cream company. Who are they? What do they have in common?

These three writers are columnists. More specifically, columnists who write for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and The Miami Herald, respectively.

Their writing styles are each unique to one another and the topics covered range from the C.E.O. of Facebook to Floriday's Republican primary. What unites them is that they are all motivated by the tides of politics.

Jose Antonio Vargas opens with a story on Mark Zuckerberg, the C.E.O. of Facebook. How is this political? Zuckerberg has established himself as a big player in the worlwide web arena. His influence has risen with frightening speed. Imagine if he were to run for President!

Maureen Dowd follows with her column on Christine O'Donnell where she is compared to former President Jimmy Carter, whose popularity took a severe hit when he admitted to committing adultery in his heart.

Bringing up the rear is Carl Hiaasen who, with snappy language and short paragraphs, shares his feelings on the recent Republican primary in Florida.

The three articles are all distinguishable from one another and are clearly written for specific audiences. Issues like Facebook and Christine O'Donnell attract more national (or, in the case of Zuckerberg, international) attention than the election in Florida.

by Jose Antonio Vargas

by Maureen Dowd

by Carl Hiaasen

-Bobby Allen

political columnists

             In the New York times there was a non-biased article about both democratic and republican  nominations for president back in 2007. It showed that the paper had no preference one way or the other or that weren't going to pick and choose and just stay neutral.
           In the L.A. Times the article talked the radical republican Christine O' Donnell running for Senate in Delaware. It also discussed Sharon Angle and how she wanted to abolish social security and medicare. Therefore my conclusion here is that the paper is bashing radical republicans (yay) and  reveling them for who they really are.
            Finally in the Wall Street Journal i read and column on how Ohio is being a swing state in mid-term elections for senators. I don't really know what that means and well the column was kind of boring but i guess you need one or two of those sometimes.

Anyway sorry the post is so late i was meant to post right at 8 but i went to view it and didnt realize i hadnt posted yet oops sorry again night .....

Compare & Contrast

I read online articles from The Chicago Tribune, New York Times, ans L.A. Times. All of the political columns caught my attention. In the Chicago Tribune and the L.A. Times there was some statistics used. Chicago Tribune also had quotes from political leaders. The column I read from New York Times was rather lengthy, while the column from the L.A. Times was shorter. The styles of each of the columns were not that different.

Thursday, September 16, 2010


So i am working at the Grocery store last night and there's so much humor there you would not believe it.This woman comes in and is so rude like you couldn't imagine she just wanted everything her way and unfortunately well i don't work at Burger King. So usually i wish something slightly humors on people who piss me off bu this time i just said to myself "God deal with this lady"and some how by the power vested in me this woman took one terrible fall. I almost laughed my entire face off, i mean she didn't fall on anything or slip because of water she just got embarrassed for acting the way she did, and for the rest of the night making minimum wage was just enough for being able to enjoy that one moment of pure happiness on my part.


Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Recent Humor

I was recently traveling on Riverside Drive and was stopped in traffic at a red light. A driver to my left caught my eye as, to my surprise, performed an illegal u-turn across the median (which, in this case, was something of a ditch). The manuever was successful, but I found it to be shocking and slightly humorous.


Something Funny That Happened to Me in the Last 48 hours

I am playing volleyball intramural and our first game was yesterday around 7pm. Well my team was a little nervous so I was encouraging them telling them, "What's the worst that could happen?" A little while into the game, I attempted to hit the ball but missed and it hit me right in the face. Luckily, not many people showed up to watch us play. lol


Monday, September 13, 2010

Debunking the Myth

Most people believe that looks skip a generation. Yes, they perceive a person's level of attractiveness to be a direct result of their lineage, not of their parents, but their grandparents.

This idea has not been scientifically proven and in no way has any grounding in reality. There is nothing that states a person's features have any more to do with their extended family than their parents. Genes are passed through generations--each generation. They don't merely skip around arbitrarily.

Okay so everyone probably already knows this but, Bats arent blind. 
Omg i know right they arent blind but they use another very important sense to find the victim 
its called echolocation which is more basically there sound. 
So i thought that was very cool they actually are just simple creatures. 

Saturday, September 11, 2010

What you think is true is not always the case....

Most people believe that water flows in opposite directions in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres because of the Corious Effect (the deflection of moving objects based on the rotation of Earth) I researched and actually the direction of water depends upon the plumbing. I find this to be very funny.  Courtney

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Straight Up Un-Miming It

Not sure if the title makes sense..but I'm referencing mimes that pretend they are trapped inside of an invisible box.

In my daily life, my mind is usually processing things rapidly. I often have ideas or remember things I need to take care of, but I forget them before they can come to fruition. I started jotting things down on pieces of paper and putting them in my pockets. At the end of the day, I would empty my pockets and have a great deal of these scraps to sort through. In thinking outside of the box, I devised a method of organizing all of these scraps. It's called "Scraps of Organization." I transfer the information on the scraps to 4 x 6 inch note cards that I bind together with a clip.

There could be an editorial in which the author shares unique organizational tips for college students.


Outside a Box

So i wish instead of critical thinking i could just plainly say i thought outside my room or something but somehow i feel that is cheating. Instead i thought some more and some more. 
This is what i came up with everyday at Averett  i am learning new things sometimes its hard to keep track of them because of my inability to focus on things that dont seem interresting. THEREFORE in thinking outside the Box i devised a plan that would solve everything. I think colleges should use a poll and start questioning people on how they process either through the hands on learning or a more focused teach and read process. Once they have all the percentages start dividing staff into more hands on learning teachers and the others and then give the students a choice between which way they chose to learn.            

This could be transfered to an opinion piece on how people learn and does this way of learning result in a better outcome for the person or rather do they learn more or less. Anyway just thinking out side the box.                                                        

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Thursday's Blog (The Bridge)

While driving to Wal-mart with some friends, It came to my attention that Danville officials have made the decision to build another bridge on Riverside Drive, at the site of the old Robertson Bridge. I'm not a tree hugger but I'm pretty big on saving the environment. It really got to me that a lot of trees around the site were being cut down.

There could be an editorial that focuses on how construction sites can be hazardous to plant life and animal life and how the community can get involved in protecting natural sites.

Courtney Martin


Yesterday morning, while on the Riverwalk, I came across a young otter that was running around on the banks of the river. Two other walkers and I watched the little guy for nearly five minutes.

How this may fit into an opinion piece:  Each morning I see more and more life on the river.  This could result in an editorial on keeping the river clean for the abundance of wildlife there.  This could also prompt a piece on how people should use the Riverwalk more and get outside to look at the natural world around them.  This could also result in a daily blog, which I have already done.  DEH

Monday, September 6, 2010

"Not Sure What Was Accomplished"

Last Thursday, Dr. Hoffman shared several editorial cartoons with our class. The one most striking to me discussed the confusion surrounding the War on Terrorism. Specifically, it observed that our accomplishments there are not clearly defined. Mike Keefe of the Denver Post clearly feels that the war has been a waste of time and that no one can truly say what positive results the war has produced. I enjoyed the image and found that it successfully expressed the feelings of many American citizens at the time of its publication.

Bobby Allen

Editorial Cartoons

                                                  We looked at some editorial cartoons last Thursday in class some of them were really funny some of them just had no relevance to me, but some were just so ignorant that i didn't even care what they were about. I mean i really liked the ones about Brett Favre, he is old and cant decide to either come or go. I honestly believe that he thinks if he quits football he is going to get older, and i hate to say this but Brett football isn't making you look any younger so give it up already. I also really enjoyed the Iraq ones i mean they were so honest and straight to the point unlike the idiot who put us there (BUSH) not trying to call names or point fingers. However i could almost spit on Glenn Beck and his cartoons are so ignorant and just like him some people must like digging there graves till the wind up buried in China. Anyway just telling it how it is.


Thursday, September 2, 2010

Editorial Cartoons

I felt like some of the cartoon editorials published about Obama may offend some people. The Bret Farve editorials really made me laugh though. (I doubt if Farve is having the same response. lol) I really enjoyed the Labor Day 2010 cartoons and also the leaving Iraq cartoon editorials; they were very amusing yet in a seriously humorous way, quite true.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010