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Cartoons: Autumn

Published: October 28, 2011

Watch where you park at this time of year—you don’t want to be “toad”! The funny side of football, autumn, and Halloween awaits you.

From Sep/Oct 1995
From Sep/Oct 1995
"When trees lose their leaves, why can't they really lose them?" From Nov/Dec 2001
“When trees lose their leaves, why can’t they really lose them?”
From Nov/Dec 2001
"He's going to feel that tomorrow." From Sep/Oct 1995
“He’s going to feel that tomorrow.”
From Sep/Oct 1995
 “I like this one.”  from Sep/Oct 2002
“I like this one.”
From Sep/Oct 2002
"Football is a game where 22 big, strong men run around for two hours while millions who really need the exercise sit and watch."”  from Nov/Dec 1998
“Football is a game where 22 big, strong men run around for two hours while millions who really need the exercise sit and watch.”
From Nov/Dec 1998
From Sep/Oct 2002
“It's only October, buster. You’re butting in on my territory.”  from Nov/Dec 1994
“It’s only October, buster. You’re butting in on my territory.”
From Nov/Dec 1994
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  • Diana Denny

    In response to Dr. JMS above: The funny “Germanesque” features were by Dave Morrah and appeared in small doses in the “Post Scripts” humor column over many years. We don’t have a compilation of those, but maybe you could find an old copy of his works on Amazon.com or some other place that sells out-of-print books. Thank you for your question.

    Diana Denny
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  • Charles Neumann

    Very funny. The guy with the leaf blower was funny, if it wasn’t happening to you.

  • Janet Garritano

    The one cartoon with the witch sitting on Santa’s lap is soooo true!!! Santa is displayed before Halloween is even over! I also like the child with braces liking the pumpkin that also looks like it has braces.

  • J.M. Strangmeier MD

    Dear Editor;
    A number of years ago; about in the ’70′s plus or minus, there was an issue of the Post that contained a two page spred of funny comments that were a take off on German words and sentences that sounded like English statements.
    They were really good. Is there ANY way to search the back issues to find that one and get a copy of those “jokes”.
    thanks
    Dr. JMS