Saturday, January 10, 2009
Friday, January 09, 2009
New cartoon for Editor & Publisher
Here's my latest cartoon, and the first of a new weekly gig doing media-related cartoons for Editor & Publisher called "Tornoe's Corner."
So bookmark their E&P Pub blog, and check back every Thursday for a new cartoon.
Posted by Rob Tornoe at 11:09 AM No comments:
Labels: Editor and Publisher, Gaza, Joe the plumber
Wednesday, January 07, 2009
New Japanese 'Watchmen' Trailer
Posted by Rob Tornoe at 9:49 PM No comments:
Labels: japanese watchment trailer, watchmen
The Corzine Economic Recovery Plan of 2009
Here's today's cartoon for PolitickerNJ.com. To comment, click here.
Posted by Rob Tornoe at 9:13 AM
Labels: barack obama, Jon Corzine
Cardinals Quarterback Draws From Divine Inspiration
Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, fresh from the playoff victory over the Atlanta Falcons, sat down for a new documentary called ‘God in the Box’ to draw his version of God.
“So, I was drawing a picture of God, but it came out more like Jesus,” Warner said of his sketch. “So why don’t we stick with that being Jesus.”
If this guy becomes half as good at drawing as he is at throwing the football, artists beware.
Posted by Rob Tornoe at 9:11 AM No comments:
Labels: God in the Box, Kurt Warner, Kurt Warner draws
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
RIP Roy Carless: 1920 - 2009
Posted by Rob Tornoe at 11:26 AM No comments:
Labels: Hamilton spectator, Roy Carless
Monday, January 05, 2009
Bill Richardson resigned, but what about Hillary?
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson has withdrawn his name from consideration as commerce secretary for President-elect Barack Obama, citing an ongoing investigation into possible pay-to-play corruption in the awarding of a state contract to a company that contributed to Richardson.
So is Hillary going to be next to resign?
After all, she's involved in her own mini-scandal involving a developer in New York donating $100,000 to former President Bill Clinton's foundation in November 2004, around the same time that Hillary helped secure millions of dollars in federal assistance for the businessman's mall project.
So much for No-drama Obama.
Posted by Rob Tornoe at 12:37 PM 2 comments:
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