Entries Tagged 'Cartoon' ↓
Our first introduction to Noemless
Apathy allowed Bush
The push for an EC begins, Heh-Heh!
A Wipf of Tchetter
A fitting movie review
Remember the Knuppe Stash?
Shoe salesperson Krebs
My Pavilion show, before my bike was stolen
The Daily Spin
Real People Die in Floods, sometimes
The pockets of an officer
I love you to Joel
My failed tax petition
Pammy sticks it to the Gov
The McCain Rallies
2009 State Legislative Goals
The Auto Bailout
An Angry Guy article
Some things never change at city hall
Always look for the exit when Clubbing
Yet we still elected him to Senate
Called out at the Council Meeting (this was when the council was allowed to interact with the public)
Remember this, It caused over a 100 properties North of Town to be in the floodplain, and when we did get repaid, we blew it on a pool we are building on land we do not own.
The John Edwards kefuffle
The five minute rule
Bugs NOT Drugs
Jesus and Sarah Palin
Grand Falls Casino
Governor Rounds had no bounds
Bush on the Pot
Master & Commander Rounds
Remembering 911, kinda
Pointing fingers and taking names
Bloggers are Nazis (but not the blogs at Gannett)
From .92 to 1 in one night
Heidi Scott pays me a visit
Pammy and Annie, BFF’s
Only in South Dakota
And McCain wonders why he couldn’t beat Obama
I think this was Kermit Staggers . . .
Paris Hilton for President
KISS my Rounds
Here is round two of the Best of DaCola
I miss Pukey.
Boy Scout Badge Bob Litz.
I decided I would start looking at the significant posts and toons over the past 8 years (since 2007) and share with you.
This was one of my favorite toons I did before I even started the blog. It published in the Argus Leader around the same time in art news they were claiming that the Mona Lisa was probably pregnant when she posed for her famous portrait.
I did this toon after the Argus cynically accused me of being an infamous graffiti artist in town. He was never caught, and after he moved away, I arranged an interview with him at the Top Hat when he was visiting. He chickened out and I never did get his name.
Sioux Falls Plaque-Gate.
Some things never change. I think they turned in the barrel for grain bin though.
Stay tuned for more!