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  1. elbeck commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Great. Now the word “sentience” will forever carry negative connotations.

  2. elbeck commented on Pat Oliphant 9 months ago

    Looks like John Dewey in the upper left quadrant.

  3. elbeck commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    If Santa changed the rules in the ‘80s, I guess that would explain why today the Wall Street bankers get the fat bonuses at year’s end for tanking the economy.

  4. elbeck commented on Bloom County 9 months ago

    Make it absinthe. Closer to the taste of false dreams.

  5. elbeck commented on Bloom County 9 months ago

    The actuarial odds of being a victim of a terrorist attack is one in 1.4 million. Yet the thought of this causes Americans to crap themselves and readily give up their Bill of Rights; over 60% believe the NSA spy program is a good thing.

    God help America.

  6. elbeck commented on Non Sequitur about 1 year ago

    I was called to jury duty once, and noticed the D.P.A. dismissed anyone who provided an intelligent answer to a question. He was looking for dweebs who would deliver a guilty verdict, and for another victory with which he could burnish his resume.

    This, then, is the American justice system.

  7. elbeck commented on Bloom County over 1 year ago

    @1opinion – That’s because little has changed since the ’80s except the faces.

    Which probably says more about us than Breathed’s astute observations of the human condition..

  8. elbeck commented on Bloom County over 1 year ago

    @deerflatener – Good god, give it a rest. Orion was making a simple comment on Opus’ plight.

  9. elbeck commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 1 year ago

    “Here comes the pitch…”

    >>CRACK<<

    “And the point goes sailing high over the heads of fans in left field! What a hit!”

  10. elbeck commented on Bloom County over 1 year ago

    It was “Dewar’s Profiles,” but I guess those profiled were not necessarily well known. Enter “Dewar’s Profiles” on http://images.google.com to turn up quite a few samples.