Tag Archives: Jen Sorensen

More Political Content, Good Grief!

Gosh! Let’s get down to it shall we, boys and girls?


Golly, we sure thank all those talented artists at http://www.thenib.com! Like Jen Sorensen, for example!…

Gee whiz, let’s see what Rick Stevens‘ “Diesel Sweeties” have been getting up to!…




Swell stuff, huh, boys and girls?

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Annnnnnd I’m out!

RSDS: Back to the Present

Hello! There’s nothing so challenging as maintaining a sense of normality in the face of great anxiety and uncertainty.

As America prepares to follow Alice down the rabbit hole, let us contemplate something – anything – other than that.

That’s your cue, Jen Sorensen!…

So we drone along into the next great advance of technology… Or is it spirituality?  Or is it something else altogether?  As is usually the case, we turn to Rick Stevens’ gang at “Diesel Sweeties” to sort it out for us…


Another of Rick Stevens’ spawn, the Red Robot, proves to be a most sanguine philosopher…


Well, tomorrow’s the day the American Experiment sets out on a completely new course into uncharted waters…or not.

Let us pray that the LORD will see fit to keep a hedge of protection around this nation and rebuke the devourer.


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Jen Sorensen Returns!

Here’s something I’ll bet you didn’t expect… We’re getting political again!

Let’s let Jen Sorensen take the reins today:

There was something else I wanted to say…

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KOTOPOPI & Jen Sorensen Party Hearty!

Greetings, gentle visitor! I hope you had a great weekend!

Our delightful Italian-born, English-speaking resident of Paris, KOTOPOPI, shows us what happens to her when she tackles planning a simple evening with her “significant other”…


I sure hope you enjoyed her work as much as I have! What’s that you say? You’d like to see something more?

Okay, Jen Sorenson, a delightful English-speaking American, offers this commentary on the current U-S Presidential election…


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An EpiPen Epiphany!

Regular visitors to this blog know I’ve already posted some editorial cartoons about the EpiPen story and the fact that the sole FDA-approved provider of this therapy (Mylan Laboratories of Bridgeville, Pennsylvania) has been unashamedly price-gouging.

Cartoonist Jen Sorensen, whose work has appeared on this blog before, has some thoughts on this matter.

How would the rest of the world regard the plight of U-S healthcare consumers (sometimes traditionally referred to as “Victims” or “Pigeons“)?

I’m old enough to remember when they were simply described as “Patients“…

A lot has changed in the span of a single lifetime…





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