I like data fine, as a friend, but not as a relationship.
All future all the time this week here at TolesBlog Command Center
Why do we still survey Americans on scientific questions?
Perceptions apparently matter more than the Senate.
The latest thing they are telling us is that our brains are re-wiring to be good at skimming the internet and we can’t read books anymore because our brains aren’t up to it
I don’t see very much in the way of vision about what kind of civilization we would like to create and live in now.
People debate how long it took the Grand Canyon to form, but this one took only a few decades.
Sounds pretty straightforward until you think about a similar proverb, ‘A lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client.’
Only so much vituperation in a person. It is Spring. The air is warm, and soft. And green is returning to the landscape.
Want to see Tom get annoyed? Of course you do. Well then tune in and pull up a chair.
Tom Toles is the editorial cartoonist for The Post and writes the Tom Toles blog. He joined the newspaper in 2002, after 19 years as the cartoonist for the Buffalo News and nine years with the Buffalo Courier-Express. He has also produced a syndicated a comic strip, “Curious Avenue,” and a syndicated panel, “Randolph Itch, 2 a.m.” His cartoons are collected in six books, and he is the author of a children’s book, “My School Is Worse Than Yours.” While at The Post, Toles has received the 2011 Herblock Award, the National Headliners Award, The Week magazine’s “cartoonist of the year” award, the Overseas Press Club Thomas Nast Award, the National Cartoonists Society “cartoonist of the year” award, the John Fischetti Award and the H.L Mencken Free Press Award. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in 1990.