Recently, the media and the Internet have been abuzz about how soft drink giant Coca-Cola, through its initially furtively funded “scientific,” non-profit energy-balance group, erroneously claims that Americans are getting fatter because they’re not exercising enough, not because they’re drinking soda.
In case you missed the controversy, here’s a quick recap: Thanks to this brilliant New York Times expose from reporter Anahad O’Connor, we now know about Coke’s efforts to get soda-drinking Americans to wrongly think that they’re gaining weight because they’re not working out enough, not because they’re drinking soft drinks. That’s just flat out untrue.
Mirth and merriment, giggles and guffaws are exactly what we need, especially when we look at serious health and wellness subjects.
The goal of Sugar Shock Funnies is to amuse and entertain you and to inspire you to take positive action to take back your health and life.
We invite you to share the Sugar Shock Funnies so you can make your friends, loved ones, and social media colleagues smile, chuckle, think and change, too. Read on to get the Permissions to Use Guidelines.
Finding humor in your horrible health habits can catapult you to positive change.
If you’d like to run one or more Sugar Shock Funnies on your blog or website, please play fair and learn about reprint rights.
Permissions-to-Use Guidelines: Want to use this cartoon? Specific, limited permission is granted to reprint Sugar Shock Funnies in any website, magazine, newspaper, book, movie, animation or other media under the following “professional courtesy”‘ conditions:
Cartoon creator Connie Bennett and artist Isabella Bannerman should be conspicuously credited.
Please notify us whenever you reprint a cartoon and run the following copy: “Reprinted with permission from www.ConnieB.com, home of Cravings Crusher™ Connie Bennett, http://connieb.com/category/cartoons/www.ConnieB.com health and sugar expert Connie Bennett’s website, www.Connie-Bennett.com.
The specific web address should be posted below and/or adjacent to the cartoon in a conspicuous manner. If on the web, the link must be clickable.
You may not use this cartoon in a disparaging context or manner.
You may not charge for this cartoon.
This website retains all ownership, rights and copyrights.
Reprint rights may be revoked, without notice, on a case by case basis, if reprint courtesy is, in our opinion, abused.
Isabella’s award-winning cartoons and illustrations have appeared in many publications, including The New York Times, Glamour, The Funny Times, World War 3 Illustrated, and Hudson Mod Magazine. In addition, as an animator, she has worked on MTV’s “Doug,” “Pee Wee’s Playhouse,” MTV spots, and other television shows and commercials.
So what’s the purpose of this new Sugar Shock Funnies? And how can you run a cartoon on your website or blog? Read on.