Sunday, August 31, 2008

Cartoon 31st August 2008

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Kei Phillips

Kei Phillips - Character designer and illustrator. Scetches and cartoons style
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Celebrity Caricatures...

Here there are another celebrity caricatures...

The New Firefox Logo...

What do you think if FireFox changed the logo.
And the new logo like this is....

Friday, August 29, 2008

Viagra Effect...

Viagra effect...
Don't dropped a Viagra on the floor again...

Michael Jackson In Old and New Face...

Here there are the Michael Jackson's face....


The dog is the fossil collector...

Lost in Desert...

He lost in desert and his map cannot read...

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Why Musharraf resigned

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Cartoon 29th August 2008

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Medical Questions of Our Time

Alright, at this point it is routine to see ads on TV for Cialis and Viagra and that other drug that I forget its name during baseball games and other programming. Putting aside the weirdness of that in general, I have a question. One of the ads says you're supposed to seek medical help if things don't, um, settle down for more than 4 hours. 4 hours? Okay, so when do you make the call to your doctor? At 3 hours? That still seems like an awfully long time. 2 hours? Do you wait 2 hours and then become concerned that it might go for another 2 hours? And then when you've made the decision to actually seek medical help, what medical help do you get? I'm not sure I want to think about that too much.
Then there are all these other ads for drugs which, as far as I can tell, turn you into a smiling person playing at the park. They don't really say what the drugs do, although you shouldn't take them if you are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant. And they all give you a dry mouth and nausea apparently. But you won't notice, because you'll be happy playing at the park. Unless you're seeking medical attention.

Viet-My Bui

Viet-My Bui (ravenskar) - illustrator
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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

sasta tandoor

Imran Khan

In the face of obnoxiously high, pocket pinching inflation, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Lahore has begun a new welfare program lead by Lahore President Mian Mehmood ur Rashid and Welfare President Javed Butt.

The program envisages teaming with established tandoor in the lower class areas of the city and selling roti and naan for less than half the cost. Roti are being sold for 2 rupees and Naan for 3.

The first tandoor was launched today, August 27, 2008 in the congested run-down locality of Dubanpura. Chairman Khan visited the area to inaugurate the project amidst massive applause.

“Inflation has broken the back of the common person and those sitting in parliament cannot seem to find the time to help the poor,” said the Chairman.

“Tandoor like these will be opened across Pakistan to show that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is committed to help fight the dreadful effects of inflation.”

According to Mian Mehmud ur Rashid, the idea was plucked out of the books of the AKP (former Welfare) party in Turkey which had begun to sell bread at subsidized rates in the localities of Ankara and Istanbul after the country was hit with hyper inflation in the mid-1980’s. Places selling cheap bread became so popular in Turkey, that private bakeries ended up going out of business. It was schemes like these which helped propel the AKP to become the largest and most popular party in Turkish politics. PTI Lahore leadership and the party’s central executives feel the model can be replicated in Pakistan as affordable roti is the need of the hour.

Between now and the end of Ramzan, four tandoor will become operational. Once they are successful, the ‘Sasta Tandoor’ scheme will spread across the localities of Lahore and Pakistan.

Because of the repute of Chairman Khan, many concerned citizens have come forward to provide free flour for this scheme. As 60% of the cost of running the ‘Sasta Tandoor’ is the cost of the flour, the scheme has potential to be an enormous success.

PTI encourages all its members to help out in this effort – be it in the form of organizing donating flour or manpower to oversee the individual projects. This will show to the people that even though Tehreek-e-Insaf is not in parliament, it is making efforts to help alleviate hardships of the downtrodden – more so than those in the corridors of power.

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Must Sit Down...

Who is the stupid...
The man or the woman.?
Of course the man is a stupid..

In Olympic...

The wrong sport...

Cartoon 28th August 2008

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