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  1. Kind&Kinder commented on Jeff Danziger 1 day ago

    Some think the Speaker committed treason with this invitation. I dunno if it’s treason, I just know what he’s doing violates the separation of powers. The House is a disaster trying to rip our nation apart, and Boehner is greasing the wheels. What a jerk!

  2. Kind&Kinder commented on Zen Pencils 1 day ago

    Did Gavin work with Watterson, or are you thinking of Pastis?

  3. Kind&Kinder commented on Dilbert Classics 3 days ago

    Well said, Night-Gaunt. I’m sure @johngregor was just using commonspeak, but it only goes to show how quickly we dissociate from the reality of horror. Members of my family who watched torture and death as children in the camps shudder when they hear that word, “Nazi”. The way we use language truly means something. Sorry all, I realize these are the comics, and this is pretty heavy stuff.

  4. Kind&Kinder commented on Doonesbury 9 days ago

    Ah, Cupertino in the spring. Running around the DeAnza track. Fondling an Apple. Yes, yes. Just a memory now, but a good one. At least I can still listen to S&G still coo coo cachoo Mrs. Robinson. But wasn’t that an echo of those Liverpudlians? Ah, well Jesus loves us more than we could know!

  5. Kind&Kinder commented on Robert Ariail 19 days ago

    Oui, moi aussi. Je suis Charlie.

  6. Kind&Kinder commented on Lalo Alcaraz 19 days ago

    Je suis Charlie aussi.

  7. Kind&Kinder commented on Dude and Dude 19 days ago

    Je suis Charlie aussi.

  8. Kind&Kinder commented on Tom Toles 22 days ago

    I diubt it, Fred. You have only to look at the midterm election to see just how amazingly apathetic and ignorant the American people in general are. Not stupid, just ignorant, and apparently happy to remain so.

  9. Kind&Kinder commented on Get Fuzzy 22 days ago

    If he’s peeping through, it must be a caterwa(u)ll!

  10. Kind&Kinder commented on Get Fuzzy 26 days ago

    Always great to see a Dylan reference with the last line reflected in Paul Simon’s “A Simple Desultory Philippic” on the Parsely Sage album!