Cartoons: Life in the Fast Lane

Since we're always on the go, why not go funny? Our cartoonists tackle commuting and traveling.

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Since we’re always on the go, why not go funny? Our cartoonists tackle commuting and traveling.

 “Looks like I’ll be a little bit late tonight, dear.” from October 1, 1969

"Looks like I’ll be a little bit late tonight, dear."
from October 1, 1969

“Good loser, isn’t he?” from April 1, 1961

"Good loser, isn’t he?"
from April 1, 1961

“Now let’s see what they’ll do at fifteen.” from November 28, 1964

"Now let’s see what they’ll do at fifteen."
from November 28, 1964

“I get about seven miles to the gallon…my son gets the other 20.” from January/February 1995

"I get about seven miles to the gallon … my son gets the other 20."
from January/February 1995

“May I suggest we take those speed bumps a little slower?” from November/December 2002

"May I suggest we take those speed bumps a little slower?"
from November/December 2002

from November/December 1996

from November/December 1996

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Comments

  1. Very funny cartoons. Traffic problems are something everyone can relate to. Potholes are another source of “humor” while driving.

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