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Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons

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1. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2015-03-25 exhaust 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2015-03-25 Pub. Date: 2015-03-25
Image Number: 124866
Caption: It was in the early '70s at a liberal arts college. I was a 21 year-old senior working long hours on a thesis project. At 11am on a Sunday morning, I went to get some lunch at the student union. I was exhausted and badly needed a bath. I set my bag down on a table and went up to order a Dr. Pepper and french fries. I went back to the table with my drink while the fries were cooking, and saw this guy, a transfer student, sitting there. Hey, I took a seat here. How you doin'? Though he had been on campus for only a semester, Carl already had a reputation as an arrogant jerk. My friends and I felt uneasy around him. (This is a long form cartoon. To see next panels, use "Image Number" box at left and enter 124876.)
     
2. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2013-05-13 exhaust 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2013-05-14 Pub. Date: 2013-05-13
Image Number: 97050
Caption: Where were you … When carbon dioxide levels passed 400 parts per million? 400. 350. 300. 1970. 2013. Tammy Philipps, 36: "I was on my 75-minute commute to work." Bruce Kriebler, 58: "I was blowing flower petals off my driveway with my Leafslayer 5000." Barb and Carl Birnbaum, 45 & 47: "We were hauling our toys to the lake to spend some time in nature." S.S. Turtle Whacker.
     
3. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2013-02-25 exhaust 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2013-02-26 Pub. Date: 2013-02-25
Image Number: 94058
Caption: Welcome to American Idle, the national auto idling competition! Whoever can run their engine the longest with the most unnecessary pollution will be today's champion! Ready … Set … IDLE! Brumm! Look at that cat not go! Yeah, this baby can really idle. I like to take her to the 7-11 parking lot and let her sit. Brumm-brumm-brumm. Hello, ma'am. What do you say to those who point out that warming up a modern cat engine on a cold morning is unnecessary? Well, I guess they'll never know the joy of giving the gift of asthma to a small child! At this outdoor cafe, the contest is literally knocking out the crowds! Rumble rumble. We'll be back tomorrow with the results. In the meantime, remember: try this at home!
     
4. Cartoonist Jen Sorensen  Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons 2011-10-23 exhaust 
Cartoonist(s): Jen Sorensen
Comic/Cartoon: Jen Sorensen's Editorial Cartoons
Viewable Date: 2011-10-23 Pub. Date: 2011-10-23
Image Number: 89001
Caption: Slowpoke. Killer Kleen. Researchers at the University of Washington recently found that dryer exhaust from scented laundry products contain several hazardous chemicals, including two carcinogens. It seems Americans' concept of "cleanliness" often involves making the world dirtier. Take that, leaf! Fecal matter. Allergens. Mold. Dust. Exhaust. Reeeeeee! Apparently if its invisible, it doesn't count. The fire makes my trash go away! (Still happens in some places). Yes, we have our priorities ass-backwards - literally. Pollution-eating forests. Butt Puff. Ultra-plush t.p. Ohh my!
     
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