Sunday, September 28, 2008

Stick With It!

Here it is, another week gone. More cartoons.

let me know what you think. I hope you like em.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Stick With It!

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Stick With It!

Since school has started I have been influenced by the situations around me.

Monday, September 8, 2008

Stick With It!

In light of my new situation, being forced fed biased opinions, I have become quite vulgar and morbid.. Here are some cartoons that deal with the real world.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Stick With It!

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Ground zero

After moving the piles of bloggers that passed out near the "fall out"zone, our reporter has finally broken through. Roland D. Hill told us that the mayhem was almost too much to handle, but he knew that the news must get through. Early this afternoon he told us that the catastrophe was much worse than originally thought. "Buildings are down, people running around aimlessly screaming.. It's crazy, it's just insane." Mr. Hill remarked. He later told us that this weakened the community so much that there's a possibility of collapse in the immediate area. Our other source, Pete Moss, was only able to make it within 23 feet of the epicenter, and he remarked "It's horrible, simply horrible" We pressed him for more, but he just kept muttering something about all the pretty little horses.. In the light of the tragedy, the president of the blogosphere, Harold M Pitts, Harry as he likes to be called, said "I be very sadly because of what community suffering" he went on to note that the blogosphere may have trouble keeping up with the massive posting abilities of the one that is now gone forever. He parted with these words "Dude, I'm sad to see you go"

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Thousands dead, more injured.

Ground zero reporter Bob Bee, warns that the repercussions of this unspeakable act are not fully felt yet. Some that were close to the blog know that its disappearance won't go unnoticed. Mr. Bee is an analyst with the "Boring Blogger Weekly" and he stresses that it's usually the first week that is the most dangerous time for bloggers that were close to the epicenter because the aftershocks can be deadly. Bilbo B. commented "I was shocked and horrified to find out that it was gone.. I mean, come on.. was I the only one that checked that thing 40 times a day?" Another effected was John E. J. he was very well spoken his first comment was " I mean, like dude, totally" he went on to say "Uncool, dude, uncool" and his parting words about the disappearance were "Hmm.. I guess it's really not here no more."

Keep tuned, We have a reporter on his way to the epicenter, and he should be able to break down the barricades by 4pm tomorrow.

God bless you all, and try to have a good night even with the tragedy that has taken place here.

And the reports keep coming in...

Even though we are just a few hours into the catastrophe of Roozer's World being deleted, numerous reports keep streaming in. Initial reports were that it was just an outage, but the longer it's not coming online the more it's evident it's really gone. Franz Pooreporter said, that, this type of travesty is happening more and more often. He said that it's often the case with smart people because after a while smart people realize that blogs are dumb. Bill M Wasareporter said that, while these are all initial reports, the after shock is only starting to be seen. Bill stresses that there could be thousands dead or injured..

Monday, September 1, 2008

Why Roozer?!

WHY?!!! is gone.. No explanation, just gone.
This is a sad day all over the world.