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  1. lonecat commented on Jeff Stahler about 11 hours ago

    I remember back in the 60s my Dad came back from a meeting with his Russian counterpart, who had given him some Cuban cigars — I guess they were in the diplomatic pouch. He was very happy to have them. I thought they stank up the house.

  2. lonecat commented on Frank & Ernest about 12 hours ago

    For some reason they rarely have occasion to say, “I’m not an artist, but….”

  3. lonecat commented on Glenn McCoy about 21 hours ago

    I’m one of those who disrupt the correlation of SAT scores and first year success. I flunked everything except calculus and linguistics and left to join the revolution, which was much more interesting and educational.

  4. lonecat commented on Dana Summers about 22 hours ago

    How can Elizabeth Warren be Cherokee, if she was born in Kenya?

  5. lonecat commented on Glenn McCoy about 22 hours ago

    SAT scores correlate very well with SAT scores. I remember when I went to college everyone asking everyone “What were your SATs? What were your SATs?” it drove me nuts. Why not just have everyone’s SATs tattooed on their foreheads. And those with the highest SATs get more food or a better parking place. I find it all just as irritating as Mensa — the club for people who need to prove to themselves how smart they are.

  6. lonecat commented on Matt Wuerker about 23 hours ago

    I’m voting for Tom Mulcair.

  7. lonecat commented on Glenn McCoy about 23 hours ago

    My ninth grade civics teacher was obsessed with IQs. We figured it was because he scored 100 and thought that was perfect.
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    Seriously, IQ means very little. SAT scores don’t mean much either. But you can’t get from a SAT score to an IQ.

  8. lonecat commented on Mike Lester about 23 hours ago

    sorry, no time….

  9. lonecat commented on Mike Lester 1 day ago

    I have no time to argue with people who want to defend torture.

  10. lonecat commented on Michael Ramirez 1 day ago

    No, this isn’t new. I’ve seen it many times before, well, with slight changes in the drawing, but the message never changes.