Cartoons: It’s a Living

We find the har-har-har in hard work!

“Those bricklayers make nice money!” John Gallagher August 8, 1959

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“Mind if I join you?”
Martin Hanna
August 11, 1956

 

“Those bricklayers make nice money!”
John Gallagher
August 8, 1959

 

Paul Peter Porges
July 18, 1959

 

“Man, what a weekend!”
Dan McCormick
June 16, 1956

 

“Of course, the hexical jackshaft limiter relay might possibly stick, preventing the coaxial copasolerator from actuating…in which case, give it a kick.”
Bill Yates
May 12, 1956

 

“It’s possible we won’t have to go far for lunch today.”
Reg Hider
April 28, 1956

 

Tom Henderson
March 7, 1959

 

“Boy, am I glad to see you!”
Bill Hutchison
March 2, 1957

 

“I could get five dollars a week more over at the stockyards, but my wife doesn’t want me to give up the prestige of working at a bank.”
Cy Olson
February 8, 1959

 

Vahan Shirvanian
September 10, 1960

 

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  1. I play golf who gets more joy finding someone else’s lost ball than wining a match. It’s pretty easy for him he is rarely in the short grass of the fairway. I aware that’s him looking down the throat of that bird for his ball,

  2. I could relate to all of them and still find them very funny. I especially like the one with the two men in the facory at the machinery and after the one explains how all the technical parts work together,he tells the other just to kick it to fix it. Currently you would never think of doing that if a computer system went down.

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