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  1. inevattable commented on Henry Payne 2 days ago

    Pedants, wack is short for wacko [a crazy person].

  2. inevattable commented on Henry Payne 3 days ago

    Yesteryear’s quotas and affirmative action in action.

  3. inevattable commented on Clay Bennett 5 days ago

    My shame that this man represents the state of Texas where I live knows no bounds.

  4. inevattable commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Years ago, we had a ‘wash basin’ [a wide pan on a wooden stand] on the back porch. We carried warm water from the kitchen stove to the basin then washed our hands or face then dried off with the towel hanging nearby. My brother used to imagine, “What if you went out to wash your face when it was very cold outside, accidentally got soap in your eyes and screwed your face up in pain then while you were feeling around for the towel to wipe the soap out of your eyes, your face it would freeze that way.”

  5. inevattable commented on Jeff Danziger 2 months ago

    War gets started when parents believe, “Spare the Rod and Spoil the Child” is written anywhere in the Bible.

  6. inevattable commented on Jeff Stahler 4 months ago

    Oh poor baby! He has all the money in the world and now the world is expected to worship his ethnicity as well?

  7. inevattable commented on Jeff Danziger 4 months ago

    How depressing. Who needs an experience like that?

  8. inevattable commented on Ben Sargent 5 months ago

    And yet they allow themselves to be led around by the nose by a Canadian.

  9. inevattable commented on Dan Wasserman 9 months ago

    Scalia has 9 kids. Like Groucho Marx said, “I love a good cigar but I do take it out every now and then.” Thomas is not sure what a Catholic is and Scalia has not got around to explaining it to him so Thomas just does as he is told.

  10. inevattable commented on Jeff Danziger about 1 year ago

    Did they learn this behavior from the Roman Catholic hierarchy or vice versa?