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  1. canFunny commented on Robert Ariail 8 days ago

    Separatists are the same everywhere, Scotland, Canada, Spain, etc. They want to use the democratic system to separate, but when the democratic system makes them fail on the separatist efforts, they want to ignore the wishes of the majority and they start working on the next referendom, hoping that the next time it will happen. The thing is, that the majority of people can see and know that separation will not work as they hope. Take the case of Canada and Quebec. Quebec has the lowest birth rate in t he world, that means there will not be young people paying taxes to sustain that society. The people paying taxes now will be dying along with the resources they could produce. Now and in the future Quebec has to depend on the equalization payments coming from Alberta. If Quebec separates, the money from Alberta will stop. How are they going to survive? isn’t the same for all these other separatists? Craziness!!

  2. canFunny commented on Steve Benson 21 days ago

    This is unfair, I don’t actually condone the hitting of any person, even less a woman who is way smaller than a man, in this case. I would not call it self defense either because she never raised her hands, however, why was he launching at him, what was the conversation about? why did she married him spite of the punching? I think his actions are immoral and criminal, but every story has two sides. we have seen perhaps one minute out of 1440 minutes (24 hrs.) in the life of a couple. Do we actually know enough to make a judgement on either one of these people. Is she herself consealing a history of violence? Too many questions, not enough answers, I will with hold my judgement.

  3. canFunny commented on Lisa Benson 26 days ago

    At times like these, I’m glad I’m considered a dinosaur; I never trusted Cloud or Facebook or all those companies who were offering great deals to store my information with them. Actually I even try not to store info in my own computer, I know things stay there almost for the picking, but I have made it not worth the effort. Guarding our privacy is entirely up to each individual, putting your info into up into anything in the internet is like shouting on top of a hill “Here I am screw me up, I beg you.”

  4. canFunny commented on Rob Rogers 27 days ago

    Why is it that Rob Roger is never outraged by carnage on the highways, drunk driving kills many more people that guns do. Roger’s bias is getting the best of him.

  5. canFunny commented on Henry Payne 27 days ago

    Scientists are the modern/latter day false prophets, mediocre in knowledge, but big in speculations, and yet nature still manages to prove them wrong. We must remember that theories are just that, theories, something waiting to be proved differently. Why is it that Sheldon Cooper keeps coming to my mind whenever a scientist open his mouth.

  6. canFunny commented on Jeff Danziger about 1 month ago

    @Michael wme,
    I don’t think so, they’ll come back and not utter a pip, just like the Black Panthers when they came back from the Soviet Union. Democracy as ugly as it is painted it is far better than any thing else.

  7. canFunny commented on Henry Payne about 1 month ago

    @Hiram Bingham
    The point of the cartoon is to annoy blind democrat like you.

  8. canFunny commented on Stuart Carlson about 1 month ago

    This is the same police who strip the people their guns during the Katrina aftermath. I guess their plans are in plain view now; the New Order.

  9. canFunny commented on Mike Lester about 1 month ago

    I do think is clever, especially because it annoys the hell out of you.

  10. canFunny commented on Clay Bennett about 1 month ago

    I think you are right in part; especially of religions which have as part of their doctrine the destruction and extermination of the unbelievers. However, when famines and calamities have and are affecting people around the globe the first relief efforts are made by people with religious beliefs.