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  1. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur about 3 hours ago

    Funny. Every time a Democrat scandal pops up, the commenters on this site are always first to point out Republican faults. Even made up ones. Lott praised a former segregationist on his 100th birthday. Klansman and Senator Byrd used the n word on TV in 2001. Maybe if Lott had dismissed the uproar over his praise of Senator Thurmond as the BS it was instead of apologizing every five seconds, he could have saved his career.

  2. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 10 days ago

    Not until January 20, 2001, it wasn’t.

  3. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Speechless 11 days ago

    Hmm. Turning a horse into a broom (wasn’t that a Family Guy episode, sort of?) seems to have broken the time continuum. Better set thing right!

  4. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Speechless 13 days ago

    I agree! This best not be over yet. Cowboy loses his horse and the horse forever trapped in the form of a broom. That’s no way to end what is supposed to be such an uplifting comic strip.

  5. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 17 days ago

    But what does Wiley really think about Ted Rall? Er, Red Tall, I mean.

  6. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 17 days ago

    Well, she went downhill fast!

  7. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 17 days ago

    The goth phase must be yet to come. And whatever happens to Kane?

  8. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Gary Varvel 21 days ago

    Based on the clock and the phase of the Moon, they seem to be in the Southern Hemisphere.

  9. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Nick Anderson 28 days ago

    That guy is less “right wing nut job” and more Nick Anderson when he’s not named hunkiest guy in Houston, or whatever he did.

  10. jmattadams GoComics Pro Member commented on Paul Szep about 1 month ago

    Not historically accurate. There’s no conclusive evidence that fire-breathing dragons ever existed. Although… fire first had to come from somewhere…