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February 5, 2009 10:51 PM

The Family Finances


I love doing these cartoons about how sports impact our personal lives. Sometimes they come out of the blue while others actually come with something I've actually experienced. For years I've told people that I learned to draw in algebra class. Numbers and I aren't really on speaking terms. Apply that to keeping a checkbook balanced and the current state of the financial world, and, well, this could very well be me.


  • February 7, 2009

    11:10 AM

    Gregg writes:

    Just downgraded my cable programming as well. There is so little on television that is worthwhile.

    Major League Baseball is unwatchable because nearly every player is on steroids.

    The NBA is fixed. We all know it's going to be either Lakers vs. Celtics or Lakers vs. Cavs in the Finals.

    The NFL is a joke. Enough said.

    The NHL is a joke because all it wants to do is hype Sidney Crosby, even though his team isn't even in the playoff race. Meanwhile, the most exciting player in the NHL (Alexander Ovechkin) is leading his team to the 2nd best record in the East and will be a force for years to come.

    Network television will never be legit until "reality programming" ceases to exist.

    The Science Channel, Discovery Channel or History Channel are the only feeds that actually offer something.

  • February 9, 2009

    7:58 AM

    Anonymous writes:

    So, after all this fallout over Alex Rodriguez, I think we can all safely say that Todd Helton was totally and completely juiced during his 30+ homer seasons with the Rockies. Especially because he hasn't even come remotely close since. There is no more doubt. Of course, Todd will claim it was his creaky back.

    Right, Todd. Right. Whatever.

  • February 9, 2009

    7:05 PM

    Mike writes:

    Yeah. Come on Helton.

    Fess up.

    You were a user and you've been cheating Rockies fans all along.

    Long Live Hank Aaron.

  • February 17, 2009

    3:49 PM

    jersey writes:

    The need for food is overrated!

  • January 2, 2010

    1:39 PM

    Milford Eshlerman writes:

    Thanks for a very educational article. I have a background in Delphi programming. I see that Delphi is not such a popular language any more. After working with it for many years, I can understand why.

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