Cartoons: Safari Follies

What is this veldt coming to?

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“Amazing the way sound carries in the jungle.”
Al Johns
November 28, 1959

 

You went to Princeton! Do something!”
Robert Day
November 26, 1960

 

“What I’d like to know how he learned the secret hand-grip of the Ninth Street Elks Lodge of Peoria, Illinois.”
Ed Fisher
November 25, 1961

 

“Did you hear a twig snap?”
Bill Hoest
September 12, 1964

 

“Better fasten your seat belt.”
Al Johns
May 27, 1961

 

“Frankly, I’m worried.”
Joseph Zeis
February 8, 1958

 

Vahan Shirvanian
December 5, 1964

 

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  1. The cartoon showing the rhino behind the hunters could easily read “Did you say you heard a twig snap?” or “You’ll get used to hearing random noises.” I just got my new hearing aids and think I hear random sounds including behind me. I whirl around to see nothing when it sounds like the huge rhino. Must learn to adjust! This cartoon would be a great one w/either of my captions for the audiologist’s office!

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