Saturday, March 28, 2009
Now Barney is angered at the council for not giving him a nudge when it was time to vote, and of course his constituents aren't too happy since he's been promising them this $5 boon for months. Barney has taken pen in hand to the mayor, expressing his outrage at the behavior of the council and asking him nicely to force the measure to be re-introduced.
Friday, July 19 1907 -- Herriman pokes a little fun at oil magnate John D. Rockefeller for sharing with a reporter some of his golfing wisdom. To wit, (1) keep your eye on the ball, (2) don't speak when others are taking their strokes, and (3) refrain from using coarse language on the links. It's not hard to understand why John D. rarely talked to the press when they have no mercy over some offhand remarks about golf.
Sorry about the quality of this image. It was in awful condition and I have a full plate of other activities today that keep me from giving it the usual restoration work.
Labels: Herriman's LA Examiner Cartoons