Ozy and Millie by Dana Simpson

Ozy and Millie

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  1. ujean

    ujean said, 12 months ago

    I’m so paranoid, I don’t believe anything I say.

  2. Alun Rundle

    Alun Rundle GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago

    Who told you to say that, Ujean?

  3. Stella S

    Stella S said, 12 months ago

    “In fact, forget we said anything about a court. Just pack for Gitmo.”

  4. puddleglum1066

    puddleglum1066 said, 12 months ago

    I was thinking more the super-secret, all of our meetings, testimony, deliberation and decisions are classified FISA court.

  5. Darwinskeeper

    Darwinskeeper said, 12 months ago

    So some government entity wants to talk to Llewellyn, but doesn’t want to tell him what it wants to talk to him about or where they want him to talk about it with them? This is gonna be good!!!

  6. Radical-Knight

    Radical-Knight said, 12 months ago

    Compliments of the NSA (not so astute)!

  7. Dogday88

    Dogday88 GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago

    I was thinking more of Kafka’s “The Trial” in which the person is tried by he knows not whom for he knows not what. VERY unsettling.

  8. Simon_Jester

    Simon_Jester said, 12 months ago

    Every once in a while, you run into an older cartoon that’s just as timely now as it was when it first appeared

    Or, even more so.

  9. Scyphi

    Scyphi said, 12 months ago

    …and this is WHY Llewellyn is the way he is. Things like this happen to him.

  10. Me3000

    Me3000 said, 12 months ago


    but does he cause them? its a chicken – egg thing isn’t it?

  11. Nabuquduriuzhur

    Nabuquduriuzhur said, 12 months ago

    re: stella s

    Doubt it. Llewellyn is presumably an American citizen and he hasn’t been engaging in combat that violates the four 1949 GCs.
    The Third 1949 Geneva Convention extends no protections whatsoever to those who fight on the battlefield without distinctive sign that can be seen at a distance. The GCs give specific guidelines. Distinctive sign can be a uniform, a hat, a badge, etc.
    The reason was so that combatants wouldn’t hide among civilians like spies or the muslims do. Not only did it try to protect civilians, but it tried to prevent such nonsense as “civilians” firing on our troops or UN troops with mortars, rockets, machine guns, etc. and then it being claimed that they were “innocent civilians” such as has been popular in the media of the last two decades or so. Under the treaty, such a person can be tried by military tribunal or summarily shot on the battlefield as a spy or sabateur and are not considered POWs, having no rights whatsoever.
    Cowardice definitely has a price, no? And so it should. It takes no courage to hide out among the innocent. It does take courage to put on a uniform.

  12. Night-Gaunt49

    Night-Gaunt49 said, 12 months ago


    And what does that have to do with this comic? Nothing, just you pontificating again. Go get a forum of your own.

  13. Reynard61

    Reynard61 said, 12 months ago

    Nabuquduriuzhur said: “The reason was so that combatants wouldn’t hide among civilians like spies or the muslims do.”

    Are you equating all Muslims to spies and saboteurs? If not, you might wish to clarify your comment above.

  14. Coyoty

    Coyoty GoComics PRO Member said, 12 months ago

    Llewellyn is a citizen of Greater Llewellyn, not the U.S.

  15. Darwinskeeper

    Darwinskeeper said, 12 months ago

    Given that the strip was written during the Bush administration, this is about their prosecution of the war on terror, which really wasn’t that unlike the current president.

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