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Garfield by Jim Davis for June 14, 2003

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    ArutoYusuke  almost 12 years ago

    Another old drawn-new drawn character interaction.

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    germanvisitor  over 8 years ago

    I knew he is a Schroedinger-cat.

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    Masterdan55  about 8 years ago

    When I saw Old Garfield pass by Present Garfield,I remembered how Garfield changed in the second decade(30th Anniversery book)’

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    RafeWeisz  over 7 years ago

    Garfield sure was fat when he first appeared

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    highrollerhydra87  almost 5 years ago

    Wha- huh?! Wha?! His past self is visiting?!

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    NewOrleansSaints  about 4 years ago

    Yay!

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    JonathanThomas  over 2 years ago

    Past Garfield must have used a time machine.

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    _GarfieldFan_  about 2 years ago

    the old Garfield in this strip actually doesn’t look like the actual 1978 Garfield

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    yo !  almost 2 years ago

    LOOK AT DISSSS DUDEEEEE!!!!!!!!

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    Comiclifehumorman1790  over 1 year ago

    hilarious with a capital h.Garfield is the master of laughter.

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    Comiclifehumorman1790  over 1 year ago
    2 Garfields
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    RyanSlusser  about 1 year ago

    i love Garfield

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    ComicComet  10 months ago

    He said help yourself. Garfield. Said. Help. Yourself.

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    ComicFan4Life  5 months ago

    Uhhhhh….

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    LeoZ 64  4 months ago

    When in 1987 did they invent time machines?

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    nashyam323  3 months ago

    The word media means different things depending on how it is used.Media is the plural form of the word medium. A medium is a method ofcommunicating information, entertainment, or other messages. Televisionis one popular medium. Radio, the internet, and cell phones are allexamples of commonly used media. The term mass media refers tomethods of communicating with large numbers of people. A lot of mediaexists purely for entertainment, such as movies and television sitcoms.But when you hear the phrase “the media,” usually it is referring to thesources of our news and information about current events. Payingattention to the media is how we stay informed about what’s going on inthe world around us and what our government is doing.The Media as GatekeeperA gatekeeper stands guard at a gate and decides who gets to passthrough and who doesn’t. In its role as gatekeeper, the media decideswhich stories and issues are important enough to receive publicattention-and which aren’t. As a citizen, it is important for you to realizethere are many serious events and issues you will never hear about onthe evening news. Each news outlet has its own criteria for decidingwhich stories get through the gate and into the public eye. To understandwhy, you need to understand two things: the media is a business, and themedia is almost always biased.Gatekeeper: “B” is for BusinessMost people get their news from television, radio, or a newspaper (either print oronline). With the exception of PBS, the Public Broadcasting System, most arecommercial or for-profit sources. They make money by selling time or space toadvertisers. But advertisers won’t pay for ads nobody will see, so for-profit mediamust make the news as exciting as possible to attract lots of viewers.But let’s face it: News programs are not always as exciting as, say, action films.In order to survive in today’s culture, television news must keep things short, fastpaced, and exciting. On-the-hour radio news i

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    MATTHEWSHERARD  3 months ago

    you got your wish

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    howardc48  about 1 month ago

    VERY GOOD!!!

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