Set 5 of My Favorite Cartoons and Humor Photographs

Bob Jensen at Trinity University 

A Nor'Easter is going to dump on us for the next few days
I mounted my snow thrower on the tractor.
As Thanksgiving approaches I thought I would turn to some humor this week.

"An Almost Unbeatable Magnus Carlsen Defends His Title As World Chess Champion," by Matthew DeBord, Business Insider, November 23, 2014 ---



Tricking or Treating on Halloween in Florida
Do they make walkers this small?


There can be an engineered reason for this, but shouldn't
the top lid be smaller?


Recommended Plumbing for University of Virginia Franternity Houses


There's no engineering reason for this one








Only us old folks remember these BurmaShave signs alongside the country roads


Finding your way in Dallas















I wish I could say this is from an animal park in Syria



He hung the XMAS lights

So she washed his truck




As You Get Older Keep Dancing ---

Great Crowd Dancing in Wintertime Russia ---

Footloose Dancing ---

Shadow Dancing ---

Video:  Instead of Milk and Cookies Give Santa Air Freshener for XMAS ---

Blind Date ---

I'll bet no one goes to sleep in her class!



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On May 14, 2006 I retired from Trinity University after a long and wonderful career as an accounting professor in four universities. I was generously granted "Emeritus" status by the Trustees of Trinity University. My wife and I now live in a cottage in the White Mountains of New Hampshire ---

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