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Thatababy by Paul Trap

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  1. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse about 15 hours ago

    It is doubtful that the library will be so generous in the future. In fact, they may decide to can Elly!

  2. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse about 15 hours ago

    And what, pray tell, is the rationalization for your double standard?

  3. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse 5 days ago

    Who would be happy after being shouted at right in the eardrums? Michael the Pig has no sense of courtesy or consideration of his elders.

  4. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse 5 days ago

    Elizabeth is about to be strangled by the seat belt.

  5. Rebel Strike commented on Jump Start 5 days ago

    No doubt Joe respects his in-laws, but marriage does not absolve his wife’s responsibility to help out her parents the way Joe does to his.

  6. Rebel Strike commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 days ago

    A really lazy author at that; he did not even name the parents!

  7. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse 6 days ago

    There was a later story arc where John goes away and they realized how much he was missed.

  8. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse 11 days ago

    Lynn Johnston must have come from an extremely violent household if she is basing the comic strip on her childhood. I never fought with my siblings to the extent Michael and Elizabeth fight. If I so much as ruffled a hair on a girl’s head, my father would use his belt on me. Violence against the fairer sex was a big no-no in my family.

  9. Rebel Strike commented on Nick Anderson 11 days ago

    Mental illness is now a catch-all phrase to be whatever the politicians want it to be. Someone wonders about the purpose of paying income tax when others do not? OK, government classifies him as a nut. A woman gets into an argument with her husband? They call her mentally ill. The definition has gone down the same slippery slope as the labels of “extremist” and “racist”; now defined as anyone whose opinions the PC crowd does not want to hear.

  10. Rebel Strike commented on For Better or For Worse 12 days ago

    There is no such thing as “group rights”. The only rights that are relevant are the rights of the individual. It is absurd to suggest that the rude waitress destroyed “women’s rights”. Claire and Elly exercized their right of association by never again returning to that place with the crappy service. With all this collectivism it suggests that an entire group is stained every time a woman commits a misdeed. Ridiculous!