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 second in my “Hazmat Series” offers some suggestions on what and what not to wear this season. I don’t know about the way the vampire is looking at the witch. They may have something going on behind my back.
This one is from a couple of weeks ago. I timed it for the week after Jeter retired. Interestingly enough, It drew an angry reader phone call. Apparently, these diseases are nothing to joke about. It seems the caller never whistled past a graveyard.
The sign on the pole is a real thing.
I find myself drawing a lot of traffic camera cartoons lately. These three all ran in different papers within the same week.
PSEG has started installing high-voltage cables on 85-foot poles in East Hampton and Port Washington to shore up the reliability of the grid for peak summer demand. Residents, predictably, are not pleased.
The original version of a gag I rather liked. It’s also a sort of proof of concept for another idea knocking around the ether.
Oyster Bay has approved the sale of some land to mall developer #1 that is next to property owned mall developer #2. Oyster Bay has been fighting mall developer #2 for 18 years. Why are they fighting developer #2? They don’t want #2 to build a mall.
Having that nasty bit of exposition out of the way, here’s a rough sketch that I quite like.