Cartoons: Cell Phones

Sure, your cell phone has become indispensable, but have you noticed how annoying other people are with them?

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Sure, your cell phone has become indispensable, but have you noticed how annoying other people are with them?

from May/June 2009

from May/June 2009

“You lived the first 70 years of your life without a cell phone; why is forgetting it at home now a cause for panic?” from March/April 2004

"You lived the first 70 years of your life without a cell phone;
why is forgetting it at home now a cause for panic?"
from March/April 2004


 “Yeah, I'm standing here alone yelling a bunch of nonsense but if I had a cell phone, you'd think it was acceptable!” from January/February 2009

"Yeah, I'm standing here alone yelling a bunch of nonsense
but if I had a cell phone, you'd think it was acceptable!"
from January/February 2009

 “Every time I try to make a call, I take a picture of my thumb.” from March/April 2008

"Every time I try to make a call,
I take a picture of my thumb."
from March/April 2008

 “It's nap time, first graders. So please turn off your pages, beepers and cell phones.” from July/August 2007

"It's nap time, first graders.
So please turn off your pages, beepers and cell phones."
from July/August 2007
 “Didn't you like it better when we talked directly?” from January/February 2005

"Didn't you like it better when we talked directly?"
from January/February 2005

 “Could you suggest some place to go where my husband's cell phone won't work?” from January/February 2005

"Could you suggest some place to go
where my husband's cell phone won't work?"
from January/February 2005

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