Dry Bones Cartoon - August 6, 2017

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August 6, 2017 10:50
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Dry Bbones August 6th. (photo credit: YAAKOV (DRYBONES) KIRSCHEN)

 
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Dry Bones cartoons are created by Yaakov Kirschen and posted daily at Jpost.com. Want to see more? Follow Dry Bones on Facebook, and visit drybones.com for all of Yaakov's work.


 
About the Artist
Yaakov Kirschen is an American Political cartoonist living in Israel since 1971. He writes and draws Israel's Political Comic Strip "Dry Bones." He is also a public speaker, a consultant on computer games, a ukulele player, and a Zionst activist.



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