This is the fourth day of the Alphabet Challenge “T” Stories voting round. After a very quick start, we’re limping along.
. . . definitively not gonna be a 100 votes round . . .
If you are a reader of our stories and someone who votes, thank you in advance for casting a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge T-Stories” are HERE(link) Votes will be accepted until noon, Chicago time, on November 27th.
As usual, let me know if something goes wrong with the voting . . . and since I’m tired and I only a few minutes I’m going with cartoons. It could well be that I reuse some I’ve forgotten I shared before . . . hopefully, the readers will also have forgotten.
Yes, many will peripherally (or fully) reference lockdown areas of interest. Maybe even some current events.
This one is one of my favorites . . .
Some cartoons require a few seconds of thought . . . I like those!
Others are straight-forward . . .
Sometimes, I save political cartoons because they say the very same thing I say . . .
But, most often, I save cartoons that make me laugh because they reflect things going on in our lives and the lives of those around us . . .
And, of course, I save cartoons that speak to the truths in life . . .
So many political cartoons seek to divide us and make us hate each other by oversimplifying important issues and trying to make us afraid of reason and compromise . . . but not this one.
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