Journalists Cartoons

Journalists Cartoons

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Journalists cartoon

"I'd like to see you do this online."

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"Sometimes it's important to stop whatever break you're taking and just do the work."

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"No comment."

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"Wait a minute. Where am I going? I'm a writer."

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The News Cycle

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"Now here's my co-anchor, Nancy, with a conflicting account of that very same story."

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Rumors, lies and innuendo.

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"Go ahead. Don't think of it as plagiarism, think of it as an homage."

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Meet the Reader

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"Charles is a journalist, but, of course, not one of those bottom feeders."

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"Sorry, boys. I was told to keep my big mouth shut."

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"That's a very good question, which is why we're going to move on to the next question."

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"Read all about it! Falling leaves kill six!"

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"A man walked by carrying a large package and almost bumped into a guy with a briefcase. An M-7 bus just went by. It was fairly full. Traffic is moderately heavy. There are people using all four phones, with one woman waiting. This is Phil Michaels reporting, live, for WTNY, all the news, just the news, all day long."

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"Personally, I like the 'Times' in color."

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The News in Capsule Form.

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"So what if the First Amendment does go? We still have twenty-?ve more."

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Free-Range Authors

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"It's all roadkill, and never a word about the chickens who get to the other side!"

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"I've read so much about your work in magazines that our neighbor leaves in the trash room for recycling."

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The Tell-All Heart

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Walt Whitman sounds his barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world.

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"It appears to be a heroic hunting epic followed by a retraction."

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"Ronald Reagan won two victories in the Senate today, one victory in the House, and one victory in House-Senate conference, which gives him a career total of a hundred and ninety victories - only thirty-nine short of the world's record of two hundred and twenty-nine victories, held by Franklin Delano Roosevelt."

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"My woman done left me, ran off with my best friend.Well, my woman done left me, said she ran off with my best friend.Details are sketchy at this time,so let's go to Jennifer Diaz standing by in Washington."

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