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  1. Say What? commented on Garfield Minus Garfield 13 days ago

    Woah, Garfield was lying on his back and his eyes were open?!

  2. Say What? commented on Calvin and Hobbes 13 days ago

    LOL

  3. Say What? commented on Calvin and Hobbes 13 days ago

    You can also just make the image width=“100%” since it’s already inside a container. Either way, good stuff!

  4. Say What? commented on Arlo and Janis 13 days ago

    Okay, that was awesome.

  5. Say What? commented on For Better or For Worse 14 days ago

    There wasn’t anything in this comic that had to do with public school systems. This was a visual on the ineffectiveness of parental impatience.

    Anyway, it made me laugh.

  6. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 14 days ago

    You forgot to mention Xbox One.
    - Spying through the game system’s camera
    - Requiring a constant internet connection to play games that don’t require it
    - Forcing consumers to repurchase used game discs, even if borrowed from friends who purchased them earlier

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2013/06/07/nsa-domestic-spying-program-makes-xbox-one-even-scarier/

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/nigamarora/2013/06/19/microsoft-gives-in-to-gamers-on-xbox-one-used-games-connection-requirement/

    http://techland.time.com/2013/06/19/microsoft-changes-its-mind-on-xbox-ones-used-games-and-always-online-policies/

    Microsoft pulled these disturbing features after they drew public concern and anger, but the fact that Microsoft conceived such ideas to begin with left a bad taste with prospective consumers.

  7. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 14 days ago

    If you need to search for specific wisdom without traveling, try Guroogle on your computer or smartphone.

  8. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 16 days ago

  9. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 16 days ago

    The view is spectacular.

  10. Say What? commented on Non Sequitur 17 days ago

    You’re welcome, but I didn’t post it to raise any hopes. The D’s and R’s really get mixed further down this detailed list.

    http://media.cq.com/50Richest/

    The amount of wealth doesn’t concern me as much as how they obtained the wealth, where they stand on policies, what organizations they’re in bed with (figuratively), and how well they do their bloody jobs. I certainly wouldn’t mind them being taxed more since any one of them have more money than my entire community will ever see, and put that money towards something other than the banks and the military.