Sunday Cartoons: Be PolitePosted: March 26, 2023 Filed under: just because 15 Comments
Get some laughs with the cartoons today:
Now cartoons via Cagle website:
Mother Nature put on a show Friday night:
Meanwhile tornadoes hit states in the south:
And with that, this is an open thread.
The tornado pics bring back some really rough memories. I grew up in tornado alley and I’ll leave it at that.
Sorry darrh, I did not mean to trigger anyone with those pictures.
It’s ok. Not really triggering so much as a rush of memories. Some bad. But some that have turned into weird family stories with enough time gone by.
One of my great aunt’s had her house picked up and set right back down about 6 inches to the left of where it had been. My best friend’s mom had her trailer thrown several dozen feet (she was not in it) and one of the only things that survived was a glass vase full of flowers my best friend had given her for mother’s day that morning. Tornados are terrible but also very weird. I would prefer not to live through another one – I’ve had two touch down less than a quarter mile from the shelter I was in.
Lots of good cartoons today, but the Pence noose one is my favorite.
That is a good one.
Whiny little snowflakes!
Thanks for the pics of the Auroras – I had no idea they came that far south! The pool in Turkey – holy smokes.
Hope everyone is safe and the weather settles down. I nearly flew out of bed Saturday morning when lightening struck right next to the house.
I cannot contact my students, get their things to grade, or put up Tuesday’s materials. This is so weird. I need to actually copy an assignment on a copier. Can’t even remember the last time I did that. Plus, what does it mean that both HR servers are down, and I’m supposed to get a paycheck next week?
And it’s been happening all over the state to Historical Black Colleges, Community Colleges, and other colleges and universities. WTF is going on?
Ransomware attacks are hitting universities hard, and they are feeling the pressure.
Cyber criminals are targeting universities with ransomware attacks that are costing millions of pounds, while IT departments are feeling overstretched.
That is terrible Dak…I hope it gets fixed soon. I had no idea that certain universities are being targeted.
and I just got interviewed by a reporter from our City Newspaper The Times Picayune
Finally some good news!