It was time for the #OccupySilhouette movement to take flight, so Laughzilla helped them do that, with this editorial cartoon, because the top 1% of silhouettes should not own more than half of all the shadows.
Keep laughing. It brightens the dark.
In the Winter of 2012, Punxatawney Phil was once again ritually required by the grand poobahs of that small Pennsylvania town to once again put his prodigious propheteering to prognosticate the seasonal forecast.
Would Winter want with the break of day? Or would the world’s most famous groundhog see his shadow and return to his sleepy time for another six weeks?
Laughzilla put the occasion to paper with this Occupy Shadows cartoon along with a Top 10 #OccupyShadows jokes list.
Well, wouldn’t you know it, he saw his shadow. Yes, the Winter of 2012 was destined tor last, and last, and last another six whole weeks. So sayeth the repetitive rodent of Bill Murray fame.
Now that you’re tucked away for the season, why not crawl out from under your rock and download a copy of Themes, Memes and Laser Beams, or another classic collectible cartoon book from The Daily Dose series.
Laughzilla drew this Baby On Bird cartoon for The Daily Dose back at the end of January 2012.
We hope it takes you to dizzying new heights of humor, as it did for our interns.
Once you put the kid down and are in control of your laugh reflex again, head on over to The Daily Dose Shop where you can find this and many other hilarious things to light up your life, or the life of friends and loved ones, including funny Tees and onesies bearing the bodacious baubles of the most widely loved and politely despised web comic strip of them all.
Well here it is. The new year. 2012. The year that sees the end of the last Mayan calendar.
And just when you thought a dead civilization had run out of things to say, The Daily Dose published this non sequitur cartoon about what light bulbs think of.
You might say it’s iconic. We think it’s ironic. Whatever your tonic, don’t switch off the lights before you see what’s shining for 2012 from the pen and paper laughs from Laughzilla.
And naturally, once you’re done laughing it up, get yourself (or get a friend) a copy of The Daily Dose Editorial Cartoon Books and spread the good cheer around.
“CERN may have discovered the God particle as reported in December, 2011, but when it comes to explaining it to people who aren’t particle physicists, the Devil is in the details.” — Yasha Harari
Top 10 God particle jokes
10. In order to discover proof of the God particle, physicists at CERN had to accelerate sub-atomic particles beyond the speed of light. That’s almost as fast as the current global rate of debt growth.
9. Google doesn’t own the God particle, but they will soon offer a free application that kills off any possible business venture around it, outside of their own.
8. The European Community is in crisis. There are riots and economic meltdowns in all their major capitols, and even the God Particle research team at CERN that can transmit mattter faster than the speed of light, can’t create a solution fast enough.
7. If you believe in the God particle, does that make you religious about science?
6. Do you know any Atheists who thank God for proof of the God particle?
5. Since prehistoric times, Mankind has searched for the God particle, and by that I mean Gold.
4. Is anyone really surprised to learn that there are Quarks in the God particle?
3. Why do Atheists at CERN refer to their discovery as the God particle and not some non-diestic name?
2. If a God particle falls in a forest and no one is around to observe it, does it still make a sound if it’s traveling faster than 186,000 mph?
… and the #1 God particle joke is:
1. God Particle Products and Services – We make everything.
Remember Pearl Harbor Day editorial cartoon and Top 10 Pearl Harbor jokes
“As surprised as the Americans were on December 7, 1941, none of them imagined their might would be so badly hurt by a bunch of Zeros.” — Yasha Harari