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  1. wmbrainiac commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    this happened to me. sort of. on a date. sloped driveway. was so flustered by the woman that i somehow exited the car after only leaving it in neutral. no deaths. just tracks on a neighbor’s lawn. and a teensie weensie bit of embarrassment.

  2. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    nyuk nyuk nyuk.

  3. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    thanks for this strip

  4. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    it’s long been an aspiration of the race and a staple of speculative fiction to automate work. but the robots must be taxed at the same rate workers would be paid in order for this to work.

  5. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    people with “defined benefit plans” are not being paid for sitting at home. they are collecting deferred pay. and anything other than a “defined benefit plan” is a “screw you, sucker” plan.

  6. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 2 months ago


  7. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    everybody eventually loses when people work full time and live like serfs while the government picks up the tab for the oligarchy to keep the serfs from starving – though the oligarchy seems to benefit for the short term, that is until the return of the guillotine.

  8. wmbrainiac commented on Non Sequitur 5 months ago

    in bizarro world

  9. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury 5 months ago

    lame above proves once again what three formal studies have proven before: that blight wingers are less well informed than people who read or watch no news at all and have no opinions.

  10. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury 5 months ago

    “fakes” in the sense of being more successful than others? not a surprising outcome for liberals given their greater intelligence, emotional and otherwise.