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  1. Vlad Taltos commented on Citizen Dog 1 day ago

    You were trying to sell a car to a DOG, and you let this dog drive, and now you are complaining that no one warned you this would end badly. I have no sympathy for you, sir.

  2. Vlad Taltos commented on John Deering 13 days ago

    Come back here and take what’s coming to you! I’ll bite your legs off!

  3. Vlad Taltos commented on Doonesbury 22 days ago

    Just white women. Black women he is clearly trying to stereotype as willing to settle for losers (which he is stereotyping black men as).

    Or he could be talking about very specific characters, each with their own personality quirks. But that would just be silly.

  4. Vlad Taltos commented on Bloom County about 1 month ago

    I got a similar impression from sit-coms. Jill and Tim Taylor, Laura and Eddie Winslow, Marge and Homer Simpson…

  5. Vlad Taltos commented on Glenn McCoy 2 months ago

    “How about I pay off my student loans that were used to give you all that previous stack of cash, and THEN I’ll start thinking about donating more. Should be done in about 20 years…”

  6. Vlad Taltos commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    Don’t worry, we got an independent counsel so that we could never let another president engage in Nixon-style dishonesty without risk of impeachment. And it’s also good for punishing intern sexy times!

  7. Vlad Taltos commented on The Boondocks 2 months ago

    I even saw him perform last week! A hologram? This ain’t no Star Trek, don’t be ridiculous!

  8. Vlad Taltos commented on For Better or For Worse 2 months ago

    Arlo would have appreciated the moment!

  9. Vlad Taltos commented on Bloom County 3 months ago

    A black president? Like that would ever happen.

  10. Vlad Taltos commented on Matt Bors 3 months ago

    And to drive the comparison home, let’s draw the Israelis as white, so we know they MUST be the bad guys. If you drew them the same skin tone as the Palestinians (as they frequently are), it would just confuse the narrative.