There actually is a firearms vendor in my area that uses the name Guns Galore. The name comes from both the breadth and width of their inventory. They’re a responsible vendor and on at least one occasion actually stopped a shooting by reporting a customer who was asking suspicious questions.
Did… it just take Go Comics 10 months to let me know I had replies on this?
There’s a bit of a cliche in the world of education: “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.” The idea is that a normal person whose skills were good enough in a given field to actually get regular work in that field would be actively working in that field unless they’d become old enough to have a career change, and so anyone who took to teaching straight out of school had to be mediocre at best.
It’s a slam against the competent teachers who went into things specifically to be teachers, but sadly enough incompetents do sneak through to where the cliche won’t go away.
Actually, there is a collectible (1970s? early 1980s) depicting Snoopy as a tank driver.
Used “view source” in Chrome to get the code, then found the “assets” item. Instead of pulling it up in a separate tab like it normally does, however, Chrome downloaded it. Odd.
Plus, those are pieces that a person is likely to lose.
The Max Fliescher shorts are in the public domain due to someone not keeping up with the paperwork, but the Superman character himself is still clearly and distinctly owned by Warner Brothers via DC. As such, the creator has to realistically be careful as to how much Superman is brought into matters.
It’s very much a Communist movement (red + black in that pattern = anarcho-communist), which is what quite a significant percentage of the American Left supports. So how, then, is it not a “leftist” movement?
ANTIFA’s already out torching cars, beating people with bike locks, and otherwise destroying whatever they come into contact with. If anything, the scenario depicted in the strip might one day be a response adopted by the average person to them if law enforcement doesn’t handle matters instead.
Here’s the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/elizabeth-warrens-identity-politics/2012/05/23/gJQAt53clU_story.html?utm_term=.7e75348e5f6f .