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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

"Bruce Jenner Named MLB's 2016 Cy Young Award Winner!" - Postcard

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According to one of Glamour Magazine’s 2015 Women Of The Year Award winners, Bruce Jenner, "The hardest part about being a woman is figuring out what to wear."

Because Bruce Jenner continues to make a mockery of women, transgenders, and homosexuals, while he fattens his wallet with profits from his self promoting activities, I have started making cartoons featuring him. And in case you were unaware, Bruce Jenner has still not had the inversion surgery.


During the award ceremony, an open microphone overheard Bruce Jenner saying, "I was hoping to have a wardrobe malfunction like Amal Clooney did at the Cannes Film Festival, but Julia Roberts was unavailable to be standing next to me, laughing like a hyena."

His agent replied, "That's just as well. We don't want the walking brain dead to discover you still have a P down there, and not a V."

Major League Baseball (MLB) Commissioner Rob Manfred defended the decision to present the Cy Young Award, normally given to the best pitcher in the American League and National League, as a single trophy to Bruce Jenner, for the 2016 season.

"Rumors that there is some kind of quid pro quo arrangement with the Kardaeshian Klan are false," he told sports reporters.

When questioned about the fact that Bruce Jenner does not even play on any Major League Baseball team, he replied, "So what? He received Glamor Magazine's 2015 Woman of the Year Award when he is anatomically a male."

In a related development, Boston Red Sox fans were accused of being anti-LGBT for objecting to Bruce Jenner appearing in what looked like a vintage Boston Red Sox uniform. Fans claimed they objected because he does not play on their team, but social media roundly vilified them as being narrow minded bigots.


My piece is a "cartoon" in the same vein as Charlie Hebdo cartoons.

I started with a white washed background similar to the one that I used in my Woman Of The Year piece. Then I added the foreground images and text.

I created this using GIMP 2.8.16.

The vintage images are from an Internet search. (See the side of my blog for links.)

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