Warped by Michael Cavna for August 03, 2019

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    Robert C. Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Thanks, Mr. Cavna. A most sensitive and evocative salute to a hero of many – a Buddy.

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    Baslim the Beggar Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    Great Homage to a wonderful man.

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    Ontman  almost 5 years ago

    A reporter with heart and soul.

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    A# 466  almost 5 years ago

    Second panel reminds me of the statement Woodie Guthrie applied to his guitar: “This machine kills fascists.”

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    dgibson5959  almost 5 years ago

    Brave Men is a classic tale of the real heroes of WWII…the common soldier

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    Nighthawks Premium Member almost 5 years ago

    war is f…ing idiotic

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    Army_Nurse  almost 5 years ago

    Thanks Mr Cavna. Nice work.

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    DCBakerEsq  almost 5 years ago

    Ever been to his home in Albuquerque? It’s worth a visit.

    Miss you, Ernie. #RIP

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    deadheadzan  almost 5 years ago

    This is a wonderful homage to a real heroic journalist. Lest we forget….

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    the1951hapster  almost 5 years ago

    What a poignant message.

    When diplomacy fails, the diplomats should be made to fight it out.

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    Kind&Kinder  almost 5 years ago

    A guy whose eyes were wide open and who could ably convey what he was experiencing. I’ve got several books of his cartoons, and I can almost feel the war around me when I look at them. Shakespeare characterized the world as a stage and all of us merely players. Ernie had the heart of a sharp but loving observer who found himself in media res and could make us laugh and grind our teeth at the same time. R.I.P. Thanks, Michael—great art!

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    mauser7  almost 5 years ago

    Yeah, I mean wars have only stopped slavery, genocide, ended dictatorships, and driven many technology advances, telegraphs, radio, plasma (the blood type), advancements in medical treatments, the birth of republics and democracy, etc… So while we are at it let’s just go back to the pre nation-state way of living.

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