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Rubes Cartoons - Tales from a Twisted Mind

RSS By: Leigh Rubin, AgWeb.com

A cartoonish look at life...

What I might have ended up doing for a living...

Jan 18, 2009

I read with interest fellow AgWeb blogger Chris Galen's (On the Udder Hand)      post about the worst jobs (At Least It’s Not #1) and it got me to thinking how fortunate I am to make my living drawing funny, (at least most of the time), pictures. Though a couple of folks that have read my posts think I make a living being a professional smart-ass, the truth is while I majored in advertising arts in college I only minored in smart-assing. Needless to say there were several teachers who were not always happy to have me in their classes. Looking back now, who could blame them? Actually I was more of a class clown…Fortunately for me my local college did not offer a degree class-clowning or I might have ended up in a line of work somewhat similar to the poor fellow below…




(*Please note: To the anonymous commenter looking for a a career change...I appreciate your inquiry but at this time there are no positions open for an assistant smart-ass...One in my house is quite enough for my wife!)

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COMMENTS (1 Comments)

Waterloo, iowa
I stand by my earlier comment, and actually think you may have a Masters or better in smart-assing. Please continue with the cartoons, a nice addition to this website.
12:30 PM Jan 18th
 

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