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NewYear Day2013

Here’s my wish that 2014 brings to each of you all success, contentment and joy you so richly deserve.  To celebrate, here’s a cartoon from each month in 2013.

January:

4Cartoon

February:

6Cartoon

March:

15Cartoon

April:

6Cartoon

May:

23Cartoon

June:

1Cartoon

July:

13Cartoon

August:

7Cartoon

September:

29Cartoon

October:

7Cartoon

November:

1115Cartoon

December:

1222Cartoon

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  18 Responses to “Happy New Year 2014”

  1. All these cartoons pretty much sum up our politial year. Thanks for a year of enlightenment.

    Happy New Year, everyone!

  2. Utterly brilliant cartoons – thanks TC!  I hope everyone on PP has a wonderful year full of blessings and health and happiness, and challenges overcome with joy! 

  3. Awesome cartoons – Many thanks, Tom, for giving us smiles, information, and the strength to keep fighting!

  4. I suspect I'm not the only one who thinks the 2014 New Year cartoon is unbeatable.  But yes, these were great.  Thanks!

  5. Nice to revisit some toons – and some were new to me (or more likely I just forgot).

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

     

  6. I enjoyed all the cartoons and think they should be made into a calender.

    Happy New Year!

    • Thanks Edie! :-)

      Is anyone aware of software that could make those a calendar in a format where I coukd share it, like .pdf?

      • Anything you can do with word processing or any other program you can make into a .pdf with a .pdf printer, most of which are free downloads.  I have been using Bullzip for years and it suits me just fine, but there are many others.  CNET Downloads probably lists at least a dozen, and they publish reviews of them so you can compare features.  But that, I think, is not the problem.

        The problem with a political calendar is that to make one for (for example) 2014 you have to do it in, and use cartoons from, 2013.  I personally am Joanne Dixon, not Jeane Dixon, and I have never claimed to be psychic, and she is dead (and wasn't that accurate anyway).  How do you make sure the cartoons will be relevant when the day or month comes to which they are attached on the calendar?  If you issue the calendar one page at a time, one month at a time, through the year, you might do well most of the time.  But a full year?  Good luck with that.

  7. September, "How to help a Republican Candidate" I would like to join the dog…:lol: