Like the grains of sand in the drip of time, so are the days of Julian Assange holing up in the embassy of Ecuador.
Believe it or not, facebook actually tried to legally stop people from using the words face, book, wall and poke. In March 2012 it came to a head as lawyers on both sides fought it out.
To contribute art to the cause of those who want to occupy frivolous lawsuits, laughzilla created this face book wall poke cartoon, which is a cover of a book you never reads, including the 4 letter words banned on facebook, even if your friend doesn’t like it.
This editorial comic caricature lampoons the occupy frivolous lawsuits movement, with a digital jab to the retina.
Take that, Mark Z.
As March Madness approaches, there are a lot of math and science geniuses who try with all all their skills to calculate the winners and losers of the NCAA basketball championships. This year, 2012, being no different, Laughzilla penned this full color #occupymarchmadness editorial cartoon illustrating the fail attempt by one particular mad scientist on the hardwood court who is sure that he was right, despite failing to make an easy shot to the net.
First published on The Daily Dose, along with a list of top ten mad scientist jokes.
So it happens that the Gregorian calendar must adjust itself by having an extra day every four years. If not, it would be out of sync with the orbit around the Sun. Of course, it’s not as looney as the lunar calendars that adjust nearly every year, like the Jewish calendar, or those that don’t and just go out of sync, like the Muslim calendar.
In any case, this Leap Year, Laughzilla penned this hilarious editorial cartoon for the #OccupyLeapYear movement, which opposes the notion of the top 1% of time controllers, controlling more than half the time of the other 99%.
However you count your time, the first time the Occupy Leap Year cartoon appeared was in the February 29, 2012 edition of The Daily Dose accompanied by the Top Ten Leap Year jokes.
February is a time of a great lack of heat in the Northern Hemisphere of Planet Earth.
Laughzilla considered the Parisians enduring the coldest winter on record and then put forth this Occupy Winter cartoon illustration for The Daily Dose. Made for the #OccupyWinter movement this caricature depicts Winter in Paris with special guest Penguin in Beret, who loves little more than a fresh baguette, a bottle of red wine, and an anonymous journal to read while the Eiffel Tower takes a beating from the cold wind, rain and snow.
This cartoon markes a special turn of events, returning full color to The Daily Dose, a feature long left out of the popular web comic strip and joke site.