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  1. michaelwolf commented on Mike Luckovich 4 days ago

    You never see more conspiracy nuts and moronic ditto heads than when the climate change deniers crawl out from their rocks. Guys, you are complete idiots and even the bought and sold GOP reps who shovel the oil industry propoganda know that climate change is happening. THey just want you idiots to repeat their lies and you’re doing it. Congrats on being complete sheep.

  2. michaelwolf commented on The City 11 months ago

    Looks like Derf is doing well and decided to dedicate his time to graphic novels. Here’s a post, worth a read:

    http://derfcity.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-end-of-city.html

  3. michaelwolf commented on Working Daze over 1 year ago

    Prediction for next week: homage to Dilbert and drawing style of Scott Adams

  4. michaelwolf commented on Scary Gary over 1 year ago

    @Jeff H- that article doesn’t say anything about the person being Muslim. Not sure why you’d say that – there are crazy people of all backgrounds.

    This is the comics page – leave your small-minded bigotry for the editorial page comments.

  5. michaelwolf commented on Jen Sorensen about 2 years ago

    @Tigger – prove it with some links to surveys. You are basically just making up facts that have no grounding in truth. Polls have shown time after time a majority of people are in favor of background checks and limits on things like assault weapons.

  6. michaelwolf commented on Invisible Bread about 2 years ago

    Welcome to gocomics Justin.

  7. michaelwolf commented on The Doozies over 2 years ago

    Tom: how long had you been drawing comic strips before you got syndicated?

  8. michaelwolf commented on Beardo over 2 years ago

    Congrats Dan!

  9. michaelwolf commented on Tim Eagan over 2 years ago

    @jack75287 – Sorry, you’ve flunked the test (racism is basically equivalent to flunking an intelligence test)

  10. michaelwolf commented on Brevity almost 3 years ago

    Everyone is assuming its about politics, but don’t forget Huffpo has a pretty bad reputation for building much of its traffic on the work of unpaid bloggers, as well as editorially becoming essentially an online version of a supermarket tabloid in recent years.