Business -- General

Medical Economics, November 27, 1995


In the mid-1990's, the monthly publication Medical Economics started running a feature called "Funny Bones", in which the editors showcased the work of some of the cartoonists who had been gracing their pages. As one of their featured contributors, I was invited to be a part of the running series. It would involve them purchasing a bunch of new cartoons from me, and would also include a photo and a short bio. Of course I was glad to accept and my wife took many photos of me at my drawing board (the photo they used is the one that I still show at the top of this archive/blog).

Here is the two-page spread that appeared. Note that the publication removed my signatures from the individual panels. 

Hopefully, you'll be able to zoom in on the pages for easier reading.






Dartnell, 1990







Bureau of Business Practice, 1997







National Law Journal, April 3, 1989







Management Accounting, April 1990







Report to Legal Management 1996







Highlights for Children, 1985







Selling Power, 2000







Rotarian, February 1990







The National Law Journal, April 18, 1994


Explanation: This cartoon appeared in The National Law Journal. The gag was slanted toward the legal profession and would not have been appropriate or funny had it been printed in any "general purpose" publication, like Better Homes and Gardens. Lawyers are very concerned with the "billable hours" that they can charge to a client. Very simply put, the more billable hours, the higher the income.






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