Friday Nite Lite: Halloween Horror


Well, the horror nightmare that is Dish network is still ongoing.  Ugh…this hell, will it ever stop?

On with the show…

LIVING DREAD – Political Cartoon by Deb Milbrath, Cartoon Movement – 10/31/2014

Cartoon by Deb Milbrath - LIVING DREAD

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Matt Wuerker, – 10/29/2014

Cartoon by Matt Wuerker -

AAEC – Political Cartoon by John R. Rose, Byrd Newspapers of Virginia – 10/31/2014

Cartoon by John R. Rose -

BE AFRAID by Political Cartoonist Daryl Cagle

155622 600 BE AFRAID cartoons


Ebola Halloween by Political Cartoonist Luojie

155620 600 Ebola Halloween cartoons


Media House Infected by Political Cartoonist Zapiro

155656 600 Media House Infected cartoons


Nick Anderson: Sermon Subpoenas – Nick Anderson – Truthdig


Evolving Catholicism by Political Cartoonist Adam Zyglis155640 600 Evolving Catholicism cartoons

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Bob Englehart, Hartford Courant – 10/31/2014

Cartoon by Bob Englehart -

Christie’s Quarantine – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/30/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Christie's Quarantine


Quarantine – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 10/31/2014

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Quarantine

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez, El Nuevo Herald – 10/31/2014

Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez -

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez, El Nuevo Herald – 10/29/2014

Cartoon by Gustavo Rodriguez -


Catcalling Harassment by Political Cartoonist Pat Bagley

155629 600 Catcalling Harassment cartoons


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12 Comments on “Friday Nite Lite: Halloween Horror”

  1. bostonboomer says:

    Great cartoons, especially the last one and the Chris Christie one. Thanks, JJ.

  2. List of X says:

    JJ, here is my post on Ebola: 10 Symptoms of Ebolaphobia:

    That last cartoon was my favorite.

  3. The snow is falling here in Banjoville…nice night for it.

  4. NW Luna says:

    Really like the last one!

  5. NW Luna says:

    Heh, saw this piece at the C&L link:

    Hartmann: Why Do We Pay So Much For Crappy Internet?

    ….America’s slow and expensive Internet is more than just an annoyance for people trying to watch “Happy Gilmore” on Netflix. Largely a consequence of monopoly providers, the sluggish service could have long-term economic consequences for American competitiveness.

    Downloading a high-definition movie takes about seven seconds in Seoul, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Zurich, Bucharest and Paris, and people pay as little as $30 a month for that connection. In Los Angeles, New York and Washington, downloading the same movie takes 1.4 minutes for people with the fastest Internet available, and they pay $300 a month for the privilege, according to The Cost of Connectivity, a report published Thursday by the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute.

    • bostonboomer says:

      It seems the US is behind in just about everything these days. When will we wake up and bring the corporations under control?