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What a most excellent memento! I too wish you still had the pens. But at least you have that letter!
Wow. I am officially impressed. Even more than I was before! I never met Mort Walker, but felt like I knew him, his sense of humor was the kind I grew up with. I remember really getting a kick out of Hi and Lois -- even though I was just a kid. I love how even the package has a cartoon on it!
Toggle Commented Jan 31, 2018 on Mort Walker at Jim Nolan's Blog
Most excellent photo, Jim. Even more excellent memory
Very funny. I read it aloud to myself (in my head, but you know what I mean) and you write just like you speak. Amazing. And compelling. Wonderful!
Toggle Commented May 16, 2017 on New Piece in Funny Times at Jim Nolan's Blog
How hilarious! And how timely! One of my friends, Durrell Godfrey, just published her second Grownup Coloring Book, the name of which I've forgotten (!) But her first one was called 'Color me Cluttered'. I'm not sure I could get into it, even with whiskey. But I do like to support my friends, so I bought one anyway.
Toggle Commented Feb 19, 2017 on New Piece in Feb. Funny Times at Jim Nolan's Blog
OMG! You guys! So perfect. In fact, I went to a friend's book signing a couple of weeks ago. Guess what her book was/is? 'Color Me Home' (or something). Seriously good. But I'm with you. Coloring? And INSIDE the lines???
Toggle Commented Feb 19, 2017 on New Piece in Feb. Funny Times at Jim Nolan's Blog
OMG! Intellectual AND hilarious! Go, Isabella!
Toggle Commented Feb 6, 2017 on Monday Bannerman Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Hahahahahahaha!!!!!
Wow. Well, I just have to say that, having voted -- and voted with great pleasure and satisfaction not just today, but every single election since I've been eligible -- I certainly appreciate their efforts. And I certainly appreciate this cartoon, as well. Brava, Isabella!
Absolute Parental (and hysterical) Genius!!!
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2016 on Monday Bannerman at Jim Nolan's Blog
This made me laugh out loud. But then all your pieces do! Fun footnote for you: my Haircutter Guy also cuts male celebrities' hair. (He 'does' Woody Allen and John Tuturro, for example.) Anyway. He was approached by The Donald's 'people' early in the campaign about a hair makeover. Once he told them that he would have to assess la Trump's locks in person, the deal was off. I guess somebody was afraid to expose what -- if anything -- was under there. Or, as I told Haircutter Guy as he snipped away on my own personal locks, 'branding is all; they wouldn't DARE change that hair!'
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on New Piece in Funny Times at Jim Nolan's Blog
Love love love this one. If one wishes, one can read tons (hah) of political significance into it as well.
Toggle Commented Aug 25, 2016 on Monday Bannerman Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Yes, I cringe when I think of this today. You Buffalo Kids must have been a more humane bunch. It was one of my brother's friends from California who admitted to doing this -- and thus reminding me. And yes, we did have a fab 4th! Thx!
Toggle Commented Jul 5, 2016 on Fireflies Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Oh wow. Not only is this cartoon funny, but it brings back memories. When my brothers and sister and I were small, we used to catch fireflies. (Or 'lightning bugs', as we called yhem in Southern Illinois). The lucky ones ended up in mason jars. The unlucky ones decorated our ring fingers as 'diamonds'.
Toggle Commented Jul 4, 2016 on Fireflies Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Hah! this is not only very funny, but also a great comment on the overblown weddings people seem to have these days -- I've heard of cakes that cost thousands of dollars! (the Dude and I had a Carvel wedding cake; tasty AND economical)
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2016 on Monday Bannerman Cartoon at Jim Nolan's Blog
Hah! The Dude says this kind of thing all the time about The Child (!) I tried explaining that young beauties don't wear makeup because they need makeup; it's fashion, and it's playful. Even for racoons!
I wish my Weber had a steer head stencilled on it (!) I'm eager to follow the renovation process on this spiffy grill!
Delicious AND cute! Save some for me.
What a perfectly lovely card, Jim. Isabella is right; the watercolor is exquisitely done. How old was she? She looks so young in the photo (which, incidentally, looks a lot like you, except for the pageboy haircut, of course). Happy Birthday, Jim's Mom! You did a beautiful job with your son as well as your card.
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2016 on Happy Birthday, Mom at Jim Nolan's Blog
Like a perfect doll. And the shadows are very Lady From Shanghai, don't you think?
Wow. What memories! And what a gorgeous postcard. So glad your mom saved it. How did she get it back from her grandmother? Merry Christmas!
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2015 on MS Kungsholm Postcard at Jim Nolan's Blog
I will have to ask my nephew, who is 3/4 Swedish (!) This reminds me of the tradition of the swans. Did you know that in England, all the swans are owned by the Queen?
Toggle Commented Dec 19, 2015 on "The Charm of Sweden" from 1956 at Jim Nolan's Blog
Wow. Gobsmacked by memories seeing that heating grate. I think I may have already mentioned that the old Henry Homestead had those. We cousins used to gather around the one upstairs so we could eavesdrop on the grownups playing poker at the kitchen table directly below us. Those grates were good at conducting sound, too!
And I love the way you still have all those marvelous Svenska Stamps!
Toggle Commented Dec 16, 2015 on Swedish Horse Stamps at Jim Nolan's Blog
I love this one, Jim. It's sort of like if Van Gogh were a Swedish kid. Merry Christmas!!!
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2015 on Swedish Santa Stamp at Jim Nolan's Blog