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The Knight Life by Keith Knight

The Knight Life

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  1. Kris Jackson commented on Brewster Rockit 7 days ago

    Ah! No one said it yet! Brewster’s been promoted to Kernel.

  2. Kris Jackson commented on The Knight Life 10 days ago

    The only ones who call me “sir” these days are the arresting officers. And I like the way they put their hand on your head so you don’t get hurt getting in the car.

  3. Kris Jackson commented on Doonesbury 12 days ago

    Back in 1976 being gay was kind of like being a pedophile today. It wasn’t just being “different,” it was reviled. It would get you sent to prison in most states. Today you put it on your resume.

  4. Kris Jackson commented on Doonesbury 13 days ago

    I don’t “remember phone numbers.” I tell my phone to call the person. She remembers the number.

  5. Kris Jackson commented on Glenn McCoy 13 days ago

    Under Obama deportations have actually substantially increased. There are substantially fewer Mexicans living in the US than when he took office.
    And far from being a “drag” on the economy, illegal immigrants spend most of their income, stimulating the economy, and pay a lot of taxes, including Social Security, which they are banned from collecting.
    To the facts of the matter, Obama has never advocating tearing down the border fences, or anything like that.

  6. Kris Jackson commented on Random Acts of Nancy 16 days ago

    I imagine it was something along the lines of “I hope this bathing suit makes me look smaller.”

  7. Kris Jackson commented on Pearls Before Swine 20 days ago

    “The dead don’t complain, but the next of kin can kvetch a good deal.”
    That’s why I never leave witnesses.

  8. Kris Jackson commented on Liberty Meadows 20 days ago

    Nice composition. The jaggy lines and jaggy action convey Frank’s tension and agony quite well. Good use of black space.

  9. Kris Jackson commented on Bloom County 20 days ago

    A slick haircut, a warm smile and a friendly joke as he takes your money and hands it to the rich and you slobber your thanks all over him. A master showman. A very poor president but a better actor than he is usually given credit for being.

  10. Kris Jackson commented on Glenn McCoy 20 days ago

    This is contemptible, Glenn.