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Cartoon of the week – 28 October, 2020

Cartoon Gary Cavanagh – Instagram: @gary_cavanagh.

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One response to “Cartoon of the week – 28 October, 2020”

  1. Darren Gray says:

    That is a joke. Unapproved means not part of our society and not part of the rules. However when these anti society people need medical care, education for there children, roads, shops, fields, and everything that is planned and approved by society they believe it to be there right to enjoy and use. Wrong, make a stand and say no to anything that is approved and part of society and see how you go. Society works really well, we are lucky and you are too. Look round, there are not police on every corner and yet we all live together peacefully and contribute to our way of life. If you don’t pay your way and still use the great infrastructure we enjoy and pay for you are a parasite on society, very simply and very true.

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