Cartoons: Not All There

The light is on, but nobody’s home. The elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top floor. Some folks, bless ‘em, just aren’t quite with it.

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Ever have one of those days when you apparently forgot to pay your brain bill? Thinking of these characters should help you feel smart again.

 "I haven’t worked for 20 years. I can’t wait to get back behind a typewriter." Jul/Aug 2000 "I’m doing quite well, but I am concerned about Foster." Oct 1989 "Excuse me, could you tell me where they keep the fried eggs?" May/Jun 1991 "You’re firing me—just like that—after I’ve been your accountant for one, two, three…four long years?" May/Jun 2004 "Yeah, I’m new at this, but I’ve learned one thing…guess low." Jan/Feb 1999 "You can’t be Napoleon. He comes in on Thursdays." Mar 1991

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  1. I love them all, but I’d have to say my favorite is the top one about the typewriter. Being from 2000, she’s referring to 1980 when typewriters WERE still common in offices.


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