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More audio interviews over at Cagle

Daryl Cagle has posted another audio interview, this time with M.e. Cohen. Scroll down to find the link on his blog.

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#1 Rich
@ 1:06 pm

Let’s see, if I don’t have anything good to say, don’t say anything … okay, I can do this … bite my tounge, working, working … ah … did it. Phew, that was close.

#2 Rich
@ 1:23 pm

Correction … above comment is regarding the Andy Singer interview also at this link. The M.E. Cohen interview is still goes on to show cartoonists should be seen and not heard. These interviews are very light weight stuff, the cartoonists never have to back up their statements, just talk as if everything they think is fact. Sort like a Larry King interview.

With that in mind, it ends all doubt about what the cartoonist thinks … which was usually crystal clear in the cartoon being discussed.

Okay … I lose! I couldn’t do it.

#3 DT
@ 10:30 am

…makes Twain’s observation even more prescient: “…it is better to keep one’s mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt…”

#4 Rich
@ 1:25 pm

Guilty as charged … but also applies to interviewing editorial cartoonists, interestingly enough.

#5 DT
@ 1:44 pm


It was the interviews to which I was referring…not you, my friend.


#6 Rich
@ 12:32 pm

Thanks for clarifying DT! I wasn’t sure, but the shoe fit for both interpretations! ;)

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