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A cartoonish look at life...
Do you suffer from “So much to do and so little time to do it” syndrome? It’s a widespread condition affecting millions of individuals in this now fast paced – high stress world in which we live. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. Why, I too am affected by this insidious malady. I often find myself with a gazillion (that’s a big number!) things to do and have trouble deciding where I am going to start first. Well, it just so happens that I know of a possible cure.*(*This claim has not been evaluated by the FDA probably because they have so many claims to evaluate that they don’t even know where to begin. I may have a possible cure for them...) Anyway, here’s the answer...You need to prioritize! That’s right; it seems so simple you are probably saying to yourself. Why didn’t I think of that?! The reason is you already have too much to think about! So, here’s what to do. I happen to know of a product which can help alleviate this condition.* (*This statement has also not been evaluated by the FDA). ..And what is the miracle cure you are asking yourself?...I am so glad you asked! Why, it’s the brand new 2011 Rubes Zoo in a Box Daily Desk calendar! This little wonder cure is guaranteed to help you stay organized all year long* (*Also not evaluated by you know who). And not only that, as an extra bonus you’ll get the extra benefit of a new cartoon to laugh out loud at every day of the year!...And we all know that laughter is the best medicine* (*Unsure if that claim has ever been evaluated by the FDA but big deal. So sue me!) So make it your #1 priority and order yours now by clicking on the following link:Zoo in a Box 2011 Calendar [Calendar]! (See cover below) You be glad you did!
The Rubes cartoony show comes to Sacramento, Ca on December 9th!...For details see:
The New York critics agree, Leigh's cartoony show is a hit! See:
Cartoonist Leigh Rubin, creator of 'Rubes,' disarms and delights ... (From the Staten Island Advance)
Cartoonist speaks to about 100 fans in Rochester...(From the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
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