Archive for the ‘comics’ Category

Sperm 101 Too Racy For Princeton Freshmen Nursing Students

August 22, 2007

In what appear to be a mass-debate that could last for more than a semester, the new  Dean Of Nursing at Princeton has called together a committee to ban the name of a class on fertilization and maternity called “Sperm 101”.  The man who coined the phrase, Max Handsnpockets says, “It really sounded more interesting and I believe would attract more students than, say, Fertilization 101 or Shmegma 101.”

Many students agreed and signed up for the course.

Cartoonist Rick London, of Londons Times Cartoons and Rick Londonwear http://www.ricklondonwear.com, who admittedly fabricated the above story says, “You can get people’s attention in only a few ways, and some words draw attention.  And of course one of them is…………Princeton.”

London sells the Sperm101 cartoon collectibles with the cartoon image on such products as tshirts, aprons, mousepads, tote bags, cutting boards, coasters and clothing at his Rick Londonwear store.

The landing page for the cartoon products is:

http://www.printfection.com/londonstimestees/MATERNITY/_s_92534Sperm 101 from The Londons Times Cartoons Collection

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More Pink Flamingos Than Expected & Alfred Hitchcock Is Gone

August 19, 2007

Cartoonist Rick London (Londons Times Cartoons http://www.londonstimes.us) said today after checking his quarterly report, he was surprised to find that art deco pink flamingo gifts and collectibles are the most popular of all besides dog and cat items. London’s gift store http://www.ricklondonwear.com is the exclusive purveyor of this product. It is available on t-shirts, ladies mens and children’s tops, aprons, mousepads, coasters, and more.

Art Deco Pink Flamingos

Londons Times Cartoons Says Tubas Are HOT!

July 28, 2007

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Londons Times Cartoon founder, Rick London, announced today that “Tubas Are Hot!”….or at least tuba humor is.

“I have no idea why,” says London. “We put up a few tuba cartoon tee shirts, mousepads, coasters and other merchandise, and people love them. It kind of reminds me of what Gary Larson did for cows (remind us how funny they are); that maybe we are doing for the tuba-loving community.”

London continues, “To me, it is not that a tuba per se is funny. It is a wonderful instrument for music, and no symphony orchestra is complete without one; so why so funny? I have no idea. Nobody seems to have cartoons or jokes about guitars, violins or cellos. But say “Tuba” and its bound to bring a laugh. And I’m glad because I think our tuba cartoon merchandise is some of the best around.”

Rick London is a writer, entrepreneur and cartoonist in Arkansas. He founded Londons Times Cartoons (www.londonstimes.us), Londons Times Tees (www.londonstimestees.com) and Londons Times Superstore (www.londonstimessuperstore.com).

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