COMMENTS: Art Auction: "Down From The Mountain"
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Bid $270

Posted by grant s morrow at May 24, 2006 04:10 PM

"Captures the Elitism" is quite right. My prediction is that history will look back on Rathergate as a watershed event in the downfall of broadcast news.
I sure would feel better about the whole thing if Bush had had the guts to fight like Kerry did. Oh well.

Posted by john clayton at May 24, 2006 05:10 PM

Bidding process?

Posted by Cris Henry at May 24, 2006 05:13 PM


Posted by Greg at May 24, 2006 05:42 PM

I'd love to know which cartoons will be auctioned after this one. Upcoming travel requires planning.

Posted by Th.B. Nast at May 24, 2006 06:53 PM

Cris, the bidding process takes place right here in the comments and ends next Wednesday, May 31, at noon CST.

Posted by Forkum at May 24, 2006 09:20 PM


Posted by Rod at May 25, 2006 05:59 AM

This is one of my favorite C&F's.


Posted by James Rye at May 25, 2006 01:51 PM


Posted by JS at May 25, 2006 03:51 PM

Wow, I'm looking forward to seeing how much that thing goes for. It'll surely be for a bundle.

Posted by Daniel Holway at May 25, 2006 06:43 PM

I agree with Nast. It would be wonderful to know what will be auctioned. I like this one, but most of my favorites contain Uncle Sam. I would give up some of my budgeted discretionary spending to splurge on one of those.

Posted by Don Layne at May 26, 2006 08:29 AM

I like the Uncle Sam ones, too. I'd especially love to have the one with his arm around Reagan.


Posted by James Rye at May 26, 2006 08:54 AM

We appreciate everyone's interest in knowing which cartoons are going on the auction block next, and we understand the need to budget. We initially decided not to list future auctions for a couple of reason: 1) to keep people coming back to see what's next; and 2) to avoid committing ourselves to auctioning certain cartoons. However, this is new for us, so we'll see how it goes for while and make changes as needed.

For now I'll say that at least five more cartoons will go on the block in the coming weeks.

Our thanks to everyone who has bid so far.

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