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  1. this is a fantastic addition to the WyoFile arsenal. Dating back to the great 19th Century humorist Bill Nye, who started his career with the Laramie Boomerang and went on to share the national stage with Mark Twain, Wyoming has a long tradition of trenchant wit in social and political commentary. Greg Kearney’s well-drawn, and insightful political cartoons are a welcome antidote to the inflated, self-important rhetoric of or times. Submarine in the North Platte. Keep ’em coming Greg.