Cartoons: Snow Woes

The snow definitely looks pretty, but when it leads to hours of shoveling or a terrible tumble, it’s not so lovely anymore. These cartoons from the Post laugh at the indignities of winter.

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Artist: Jeff Keate
“I might be interested. Here — c’mon in and see me”
February 3, 1940

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Artist: David Huffine
“Odd how old, forgotten words spring to mind, isn’t it?”
December 27, 1941

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Artist: Eric Peters
“Quick freeze, wasn’t it?”
December 16, 1944

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Artist: GHG
“I’ve told him a thousand times he can’t go into the house with his shoes on.”
December 01, 1945

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Artist: Graham Hunter
“You’ll find the shovel under the cellar stairs.”
December 29, 1945

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Artist: Engleman
November 01, 2002

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Artist: Zeis
“That was close.”
January 01, 1955

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