Note: The left and right of
this illustration may not line up exactly in your specific browser.
You'll still get the idea.
At the top of the issue below the header is the date, volume number and
When this and the image and headlines change a new issue has arrived.
Hint - to get a specific issue of BartCop type in "www.bartcop.com/issue-number.htm
or in the case of this example "www.bartcop.com/1697.htm
These are headlines of just some of the articles you'll find in that
issue. Right now these don't
link down to the specific article so if it sounds interesting scrolling
comes into play.
Here is an article. This one was also in the headlines and had a "HOT" image
next to it so BartCop considers it, well HOT. The headline is in bold
red and the "Link" will
take you to the specific article. Note that most article clicks do
not launch a new browser window so you will need to learn to use your "Back" button
in your browser and/or right-click a new window with the article. The Excerpt:
will give you a highlight of the article or commentary.
Almost every item or article has a "Comments?" link. This will launch
your email program and allow you to comment and send it to the BartCop.com
feedback folder. Include an email title about what it is your are commenting
Some say BartCop.com has one of the best selections of political toons
Some readers may just scroll through an issue to see the toons (and come
of course, for an indepth reading.
In addition to the "Quote of the Day" at the top left of each
additional quotes are included in every issue.
This is an example of a typical complete article item. The headline (red)
Excerpt might include its own BartCop
commentary - read between the lines
and make sure you quote from the original article if that is what you
are trying to do.
The black type like this = Bart's own comments about
whatever is being discussed by the article.
BartCop gets LOTS of emails and prints some of the better ones. This
is an example one one with the sender's type in blue and
Bart's comments in black.
Sometimes an issue is so hot it generates dozens of emails.
In those cases an extra page dedicated to all points of view might be
In addition to scrolling, clicking skills are also required
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Last but certainly not least is a picture of Shirley Manson.
When you see Shirley, you are at the end of the issue.