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  1. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on Tony Auth 30 days ago

    Morin, Auth, and a few others, on the left and on the right, all still hung up on the hammer & sickle, over 20 years after the fact…


    All I can say is: that anti-communist propaganda during the Cold War really worked wonders! :-)

  2. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on ViewsEurope about 1 month ago

    Oh nuts, Tigger is bound to bound in here soon.

  3. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on ViewsBusiness about 1 month ago

    Hypocrisy abounds.

  4. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on ViewsAfrica about 1 month ago

    Gado has also revesed the esses in Russia. No such character in the modern Cyrillic alphabet.

  5. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on ViewsAfrica about 1 month ago

    babbles: “…news…finally reaches Africa”
    ……. “Finally”
    ?


    Gocomics publishes a Gado cartoon from a few days ago, in a section rarely updated, and you think that since only now Gocomics has published Gado’s ’toon is when Africa gets to hear about Putin & Crimea…?
    So only when you hear or see a tree fall in a forest does one really fall. Ever.


    I…words fail me.

  6. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on Chip Bok about 1 month ago

    So this Christian god is all about revenge and violence then? I see.

  7. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on John Deering about 1 month ago

    You’re welcome. I was born in the Highveld.
    By the way, it’s pronounced “felt”. I guess why the English made it into “veldt”, but then why not “feldt”? Meh.
    And I wasn’t joking: I once literally stood in a big pile of black and white rhino poo. Something about territorial rhinos making a collective dung heap. According to our guide, he identified dung from both rhino species in the heap I happened to be standing in. :-|


    But back to the ‘toon. Erm. That advice didn’t work out too well for Timothy Treadwell & Amie Huguenard.
    And like Ukraine, the Highveld produces a lot of mielies and the like.

  8. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on John Deering about 1 month ago

    I say this as someone who has stomped about in black and white rhino dung in the African bush: rhinos fear fire as much as any other creature and while it it will likely detect a fire sooner than most other veld dwellers because of its very sensitive olfactory sense, in compensation for its poor eyesight, it will run away in the opposite direction as fast as it can.
    It’s an urb…a rural legend.

  9. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on Darrin Bell about 1 month ago

    A task worthy of Sisyphus.

  10. omQ Release the Desaparecidos commented on Nick Anderson about 1 month ago

    George Takei is a better man than me. :-/