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  1. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen 6 days ago

    Since when did Robert Picardo become an evil banker?

  2. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot 6 months ago

    Rodger Fox drives a Ford Fusion.

  3. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson 6 months ago

    Those are not rocks in the cartoon, but another lumpy brown substance that can easily be stacked in piles.

  4. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on John Deering 8 months ago

    How ’come no one ever makes a comic in the summer with the “Year” as a middle-age person coming to grips with a mid-life crisis?

  5. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on F Minus 12 months ago

    yes… YES!!

  6. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on Strange Brew about 1 year ago

    Putting the word DRAG on the screen… If you have to explain a joke… (cough)

  7. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on Signe Wilkinson over 1 year ago

    nature built the beach. Nature destroyed the beach. Nature will find new places to build a nest.

  8. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde over 1 year ago

    Being wealthy doesn’t mean you cheated. Everyone is given different opportunities in life. Those lead to more opportunities (good and bad). Success is a combination of self-determination and events out of our control. It’s wrong and frankly juvenile to say every rich person cheated.

  9. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on Drew Sheneman over 1 year ago

    Facts are hard to draw.
    -——
    July 26, 2:30 p.m., White House Budget director Jack Lew and White House legislative affairs director Rob Nabors went to the Senate to meet with [Senator Majority Leader Harry] Reid and his chief of staff, David Krone.

    “We have an idea for a trigger,” Lew said.

    “What’s the idea,” Reid asked skeptically.

    “Sequestration.”

    Reid bent down and put his head between his knees, almost as if he was going to throw up or was having a heart attack. He sat back up and looked at the ceiling. “A couple of weeks ago,” he said, “my staff said to me that there is one more possible” enforcement mechanism: sequestration. He said he told them, “Get the hell out of here. That’s insane. The White House surely will come up with a plan that will save the day. And you come to me with sequestration?”

    Well, it could work, Lew and Nabors explained.

    What would the impact be?

    They would design it so that half the threatened cuts would be from the Defense Department….The idea was to make all of the threatened cuts so unthinkable and onerous that the supercommittee [tasked with making additional cuts] would do its work and come up with its own deficit reduction plan.

    Lew and Nabors went through a laundry list of programs that would face cuts.

    “This is ridiculous,” Reid said.

    That’s the beauty of a sequester, they said, it’s so ridiculous that no one ever wants it to happen. It was the bomb that no one wanted to drop. It actually would be an action-forcing event.

    “I get it,” Reid said finally.

    Short version: Once tax increases were off the table, the White House staff came up with a sequestration plan that only had spending cuts and sold Harry Reid on the idea.
    -——
    Page 326 from “The Price of Politics" by Bob Woodward.

  10. Joseph GoComics Pro Member commented on The Argyle Sweater over 1 year ago

    Looks like U got up on the wrong side of the bed.