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Jeff Stahler for April 26, 2012

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    OmqR-3.0  over 9 years ago

    At least they’re spending their Sunday afternoon out and about. :-|Of course the pointillism of this cartoon is to spoof our new world of on-line interactiveness. The Global l’Île de la Grande Jatte. We’re all connected and more alone than ever. And probably indoors.Say, Omq, where are you right now? I say, I don’t have an anti-glare screen capable of being read outdoors. There should be more advances in screen technology so we can take more of our devices with us! [Once in a museum I actually overheard someone pronounce (very loudly) Georges surname as “sewer rat”. I don’t speak French, just how is it pronounced?]

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    Dtroutma  over 9 years ago

    What’s spooky is the accuracy. Kids especially are hooked on the screens, and miss the real world. Watched a young girl in New Zealand oblivious to the beauty around her as she played a game. Resource agencies are all scrambling to find ways to keep folks interested in the outdoors, with on line programs.

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    el8  over 9 years ago

    is that a monkey near her bustle? is that her minkey? does she have a lysance for that minkey?

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    noktar Premium Member over 9 years ago

    more fresh air to our devices – but no smoking

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    Justice22  over 9 years ago

    Nice artwork, Mr. Stahler. Of course the action reflects the activity of this day.

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    lonecat  over 9 years ago

    Good weather in a cartoon based on a painting that’s more than 100 years old is evidence in the debate over global climate change??!!

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    person918  over 9 years ago

    if you want young people to start paying attention to and enjoying nature, legalize psychedelic mushrooms

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    gmforde  over 9 years ago

    This scene is really depressing. :-/

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    Dtroutma  over 9 years ago

    Ima: we keep re-reading “Mein Kampf” to see where the current Republican strategists are getting their ideas.

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    Chuck Norton  over 9 years ago

    Bravo, Monsieur Stahler! How often do you see an editorial cartoon that uses a reference from art history for a comment on our society’s obsession with isolation withn technology?

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