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Cartoon Strip: Nota Bene by Leonardo - Episode III Drool or Rule!

This is the seventh installment of the Salem-News.com original cartoon series Nota Bene by Leonardo by Salem cartoonist Glen Bledsoe.

 Episode III Drool or Rule!
By Glen Bledsoe
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(SALEM) - With Episode III "Drool or Rule!" Nota Bene by Leonardo continues the compelling, 5-part thriller. "FDR XIII -- the Miniseries." If you missed Episode I: "Resurrection of a Hero" click here or Episode II: "Alias Dr. Clark Cotton" click here. Leonardo of Salem is a writer and artist who focuses on issues local, national and international, on culture, education, and politics. The views expressed in his comics are strictly his own and do not necessarily reflect those of Salem-News.com or days when he gets up on the wrong side of the bed. Click the "View Comic" link below the graphic (right) to view this comic. Your browser will dim and the comic will float above it. Click on the right hand side of the comic to go to the next page (or type n). Click on the left hand side of the comic to go to the previous page (or type p). Click "Close X" (or type x) when you're done. If your browser doesn’t support this method, then click the following links to bring up the images.
Frame 1 | Frame 2 | Frame 3 | Frame 4 ========================================================= Here are the other editions of Nota Bene by Leonardo on Salem-News.com Cartoon Strip: Nota Bene by Leonardo - Episode II: Alias Dr. Clark Cotton: salem-news.com/articles/september072006/nota_bene_6_82906.php Cartoon Strip: Nota Bene by Leonardo - Resurrection of a Hero: salem-news.com/articles/september022006/nota_bene_5_82906.php Cartoon Strip Nota Bene by Leonardo The Da Vinci Co-Ed: salem-news.com/articles/august212006/nota_bene_4_82106.php Cartoon Strip Nota Bene by Leonardo Looks at 'The Truth About Low Performing Schools': salem-news.com/articles/august142006/nota_bene_81406.php Cartoon Strip Nota Bene by Leonardo Looks at Salem Parking: salem-news.com/articles/august112006/nota_bene_2_8906.php Cartoon Strip Debuts on Salem-News.com: salem-news.com/articles/august062006/nota_bene_1_8306.php =========================================================== This story was originally published on Salem-News.com September 13th at 6:30 PM




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Leonardo September 17, 2006 4:48 pm (Pacific time)

Thank you, Hank, for your kind words. Certainly the idea of millionaires from other states telling us how to conduct our lives in Oregon is ripe for a NB treatment. I've got so many ideas at the moment, I can't say when I'll get to it, though. Having too many ideas is better than having too few, I guess.


Henry Ruark September 17, 2006 11:11 am (Pacific time)

Leonardo: Agree completely re creative enterprise and personnel, and enjoying your fine work. Suggest splendid new source source the silly campaign situation on the Saxton side --PLEDGED to perverted tax-group while seeking Oath of Office from people of Oregon... ?? !!


Leonardo September 17, 2006 8:52 am (Pacific time)

I'm glad visitors are enjoying my strip. Many people seem surprised that Salem has creative people living within her boundaries. They shouldn't be. There are creative people here as there are elsewhere. Sometimes not thriving is what drives you. I often hear "there just isn't that much to do around Salem." Maybe it's that lack of distraction that drives me inward into my imagination. I manage to keep pretty busy in creative endeavors and so does everybody else I know. I'm about 8 installments ahead in Nota Bene, so I can drop a couple of hints about upcoming adventures. There are two more episodes of FDR XIII in the pipeline-- perhaps more at a later date, a strip on globally warmed America in the year 2056 called "When the Cornbelt Moves to Saskatoon," a grifter's tale called "I (Don't) Spy!" and a number of other surprises. Return each week Wednesday or Thursday (maybe we should nail which day down) for the next exciting adventure!


Jack Stanley- Bay Area September 14, 2006 10:42 pm (Pacific time)

Leonardo, very interesting work and a great concept. Salem must be thriving to support this.


Blackhill September 13, 2006 8:49 pm (Pacific time)

The link to Episode II "Alias Dr. Clark Cotton" doesn't work. It should be. http://salem-news.com/articles/september072006/nota_bene_6_82906.php
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