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There’s an editor who’s waiting patiently for a Superman cartoon. Good sport that he is, he went for this Batman gag.
If we’re going to start banning offensive symbols, who gets to decide what is offensive and where do you stop? On the other hand, maybe they all should go. Imagine.
The NY Islanders are planning to build a practice facility in Hicksville, probably in an attempt to placate all the fans they snubbed by leaving town.
It seems like someone wasn’t thinking ahead when they, um, took my suggestion.
The 2015 Press Club of Long Island Media Awards were held the night of June 4th. In the glittering company of Long Island media’s best and brightest, I snuck away with a few awards. I can only imagine no one was paying attention.
A bit of trivia, the second place deer cartoon also took third place in this year’s New York Press Association Better Newspaper contest, making it my first cartoon to win two awards.
Third Place, from Newsday:
Second Place, from the Glen Cove Record Pilot:
First Place, from Newsday:
The nature of how and where I’m published usually means I trail current events. Not this time.
Here’s my cartoon published in the May 9th edition of Newsday.
On May 14th, Newsday ran a story headlined: “Islanders selling ‘ice’ from final game at Nassau Coliseum”
The lede of the story is, and I quote:
“It may be the most expensive bottle of water in New York.
The Islanders are selling melted ice – i.e. water – from the Nassau Coliseum’s final meltdown before the Isles move to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn next season.
The cost? Twenty dollars (plus shipping and handling). There’s a limit of five tubes per order.”
It seems to me someone owes me a cut, or a few bottles of “ice”, at least. I’ll wait.