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  1. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur about 2 hours ago

    Aliens arriving from Arcturus IIImight think humans are slaves to dogs, going outside twice a day on a leash and cleaning their droppings.

  2. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    Make under $40K, qualify fir Earned Income Credit and get a refund larger than you paid in.

    Now that’s a “tax cut”, getting more than you contribute.

  3. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur 17 days ago

    Amtrak epitomizes Ronald Reagan’s slam against government. " If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. If it stops moving, subsidize it."

  4. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur 20 days ago

    I live in the Northeast portion of Kansa in an area called “The Glacial Hills”. Hills deposited by the glacier that dug the Missori River Valley. Where is my glacier? Climates change…..

  5. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur 24 days ago

    But corporations have to make things so there would be no way to give all of that money to politicians.

    Unions, on the other hand, make nothing and can donate as much as they want.

  6. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur 24 days ago

    We can see Wiley doesn’t like corporations, but one has to wonder how big and lavish the entrance is for unions. Has to bigger than the corporate one.

  7. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    “Vegetarian” is a Native American word that means “bad hunter”.

  8. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    “Vegetarian” is a Native American word that means “bad hunter”.

  9. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Bing!

  10. Hardthought commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

    They did. It is called the NEA.

    Go find a 1910 eight grade final exam and then check what is required to graduate high school. Most high schoolers could not come close to passing that exam.