All Cartoons

In this pun on data scientists "scraping the data," we see a woman talking to her boss. She says, "I scraped the data like you asked, but it didn't give me any information." Next to the woman is a sad chart, bleeding because he's bee scraped.
Is this what data scientists do?
In this pun on ingredient rock salt, we see rock salt, i.e. a salt shaker in a cool jacket with an electric guitar that clearly is a rock-n-roll star.
Generally more agreeable than Heavy Metal Salt
In this pun on the basketball (I think?) term "Technical foul," we see a technical fowl, i.e. a fowl - in this case, a chicken- who is very technical. In fact, it uses a computer and notes that using Java instead of Python may render HTML faster.
I would learn to code, but I'm too chicken.
In this pun on armadillos and Zillow, we see Armazillow, a website for armadillos to find cool new burrows to move into.
It’s a little known fact that most armadillos are actually renters.
In this pun on empty promises, we see emptying promises - i.e. one person promises another to do much emptying (empty the trash, empty the laundry, empty that sour milk from the fridge that has been there way too long.)
Empty promises are out, emptying promises are in!
In this comparison cartoon, we see Moby Nice, a white whale apologizing to Ahab and inviting him to his Presidents' Day party, versus Moby Dick, who is just being mean to Captain Ahab.
No, I didn’t read the book. Why do you ask?
In this pun on Leonardo Da Vinci's "The Last Supper," we see "The Lost Supper," Jesus and his apostles sitting at the table with no food. It seems they ordered dinner online and the delivery info must have gotten lost, and everyone is hungry.
The spectrum of the emotions I experience when I’m hungry (sad, very sad, and angrily realizing I could’ve just ordered pizza hours ago and avoided this whole mess)
In this pun on spread eagle, we see the spread eagle, a bald eagle holding a tray with an assortment of spreads.
Now we just need the Chips Hawk.
In this comparison cartoon, we see a fiddler crab (those crabs with one big claw) next to a violinist crab - a classy bow-tie-wearing crab holding a violin saying, "Well, when I was at Julliard..."
Crustaceans, explained
In this pun on duck-billed platypus, we see a duck billing a platypus. The duck says, "Unfortunately, I do not accept your insurance. That'll be $853."
Coincidentally, ducks are the only medical providers that do accept my insurance.