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Cartoon Roundup 5-26-2017

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      Cartoon Roundup 5-26-2017

      POLITICO

      Matt Davies - Newsday and Andrews McMeel Syndicate

      Sean Delonas - CagleCartoons

      Clay Bennett - Washington Post Writers Group and Cartoonist Group


      Matt Davies - Newsday and Andrews McMeel Syndicate

      Adam Zyglis - Bufalo News

      Nate Beeler - The Columbus Dispatch

      Michael Ramirez - Creators


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      Don't You Just Hate It?

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          I'm all bummed out because I just spent 2 hours rushing to update my resume so I could submit it before the end of the day to a company I was notified would be hiring a person with my experience and I lost the updated file because the computer I was working on shut down and I hadn't bothered to save it to my clipboard or email it to myself. Poof, it was gone.

          Don't you just hate it when stuff like that happens.

          I guess I'll redo it tomorrow and hope I have it submitted in time enough for me to be considered for the position.

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          WATCH: Gene Autry Eerily Predicted Everything Trump Is Saying In 1942

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              Patriots, if you ever hear a liberal complain about our country, then just sing them a song. In the 1942 film Bells of Capistrano, Gene Autry sings a song where he says, “If you don’t like your uncle Sammy than go back to your home over the sea, to the ....
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              Sir Sean Connery Pays Emotional Tribute To Fellow Bond Sir Roger Moore

              We lost another great man in television James bond star Roger Moore

              He was 89 years old and played many a bond movies which we enjoyed.

              It is sad we have to loose him to cancer , it is a horrible decease and I do wish there would be found a cure someday but now it took Roger Moore or as we know him 007 James Bond.

              God Bless the wife and family you have our deepest sympathy.

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              Sir Sean Connery pays emotional tribute to fellow Bond Sir Roger Moore


              Sir Sean joined Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan in mourning their fellow 007 star.

              Sir Sean Connery has paid tribute to fellow James Bond star Sir Roger Moore following his death aged 89.

              The original big screen 007 said he will “miss” Sir Roger, with whom he enjoyed a long friendship “filled with jokes and laughter”.

              The longest reigning James Bond died in Switzerland on Monday after a “short but brave battle with cancer”, his family said.

              Sir Roger Moore Sir Roger Moore and his wife Kristina (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

              Sir Sean joined Daniel Craig and Pierce Brosnan in mourning their fellow 007 star.

              The Scottish actor, 86, said in a statement: “I was very sad to hear of Roger’s passing, we had an unusually long relationship by Hollywood standards, that was filled with jokes and laughter.

              “I will miss him.”

              Jane Seymour calls Sir Roger Moore ‘my Bond’ after actor’s death aged 89 (Danjaq/EON/UA/Kobal/REX/Shutterstock)

              In a reference to the theme of Sir Roger’s The Spy Who Loved Me, Craig wrote: “Nobody Does It Better – love Daniel.”

              Brosnan, who like Craig has starred as Bond four times, described Sir Roger as “magnificent” as he shared a photograph on Instagram of the pair together.

              He wrote: “It is indeed with a heavy heart that I hear the news of your passing this morning.

              “You were a magnificent James Bond and one that lead the way for me, the world will miss you and your unique sense of humour for years to come.”

              Roger Moore as James Bond ( Roger Moore as James Bond (PA)

              Sir Michael Caine, who enjoyed a close friendship with Sir Roger, said his “world will never be the same again” in a post on Twitter.

              The actor’s three children Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian confirmed the actor’s death.

              In a statement, they said: “It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer.”

              They said they would focus their attentions on supporting his wife, Kristina, and added that there will be a private funeral held in Monaco in “accordance with our father’s wishes”.

              Sir Roger Moore (Anthony Devlin/PA)

              The debonair star added a light-hearted touch to the 007 role during his seven performances.

              He will also be remembered for the 1960s TV series The Saint and for his early 1970s show The Persuaders! in which he starred alongside Tony Curtis.

              Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson said Sir Roger’s “legacy shall live on through his films and the millions of lives he touched”.

              Sir Roger Moore The actor was best known for his role as James Bond (PA)

              Jane Seymour, who starred with Sir Roger in 1973′s Live And Let Die, remembered him as being “funny, kind and thoughtful to everyone around him”.

              Among Sir Roger’s Bond films were Moonraker, A View To A Kill and The Man With The Golden Gun.

              Off-screen, he was respected for his charity work.

              He was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1999 and a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) in 2003.

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              There is no Russian collusion says Kim Dotcom:

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              Why Manchester Bomber Targeted Girls

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                  This attack was unusual in that it deliberately targeted women and girls, Emily Crockett examines this point in light of international misogyny.

                  These girls and women weren't just listening to any music, either – this was feminist music. Through her songs and public statements, Ariana Grande has taken a strong stand against sexism and the objectification of women, and she does so kindly, joyfully and without apology.

                  All of that is threatening enough. But Grande goes even further, daring to embrace sex positivity: the idea that sexuality is healthy, that it can and should be expressed in diverse ways, and that it deserves no shame.

                  It hardly takes being a member of ISIS to balk at women embracing their sexuality without shame – plenty of Republican lawmakers show their discomfort with the idea by attacking basic reproductive and sexual health for women. Take away shame, and you take away one of humanity's most powerful tools for keeping women in line; suicide bombs and oppressive laws might put women in their place, but shame is the glue that holds it all together.

                  http://www.rollingstone.com/culture/features/why-it-matters-that-the-manchester-attack-targeted-girls-w483855

                  "When we ignore violence against women, we put everyone at risk. Time and again, men who engage in mass killings turn out to have also been accused of domestic or sexual violence in the past. Women are the canaries in the coal mine for male violence, including terrorism, and too often those warning signs are ignored".

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