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  1. Cynthia Sonier commented on Snow Sez . . . 7 days ago


  2. Cynthia Sonier commented on Matt Wuerker 12 days ago

    This toon is soo true! Bitch and moan all you want about immigration, but if we stopped playing God with those countries politics and economy, people wouldn’t leave.

  3. Cynthia Sonier commented on Jen Sorensen 12 days ago

    We can’t really say that North America has a problem feeding it’s people. Look at all the corn we grow, that ends up Doritos, or high-fructose corn syrup. Look at all that corn we feed pigs so they become bacon. Watching our waistlines, I’d say we produce a little too much.
    We could afford to share with the weeds.

  4. Cynthia Sonier commented on Lisa Benson 12 days ago

    What will happen when Israelis run out of Palestinians to kill? this is when The Man is supposed to come back or something?

    Seriously, all this blood for fairytales.

  5. Cynthia Sonier commented on Sooky Rottweiler 15 days ago

    The text on the rock is a mishmash of french phrases from the guy everyone brings back to life whenever a disaster hits, Nostradamus.
    When you apply them to the past, some of them are a cool exercise in poetry. Trouble is, before he predicted the end of the World for 2012, he predicted the rise of the “antichrist”. In book that were written in 1980, mr. Antichrist is Ayatollah Khomeyni. If you read a book written in 1990, appearently it’s Saddam Hussein. Fast forward to 2001,, it’s Bin Laden and a little bit later, when public opinion shifted against the Iraq war, it was Bush…

    If it’s the end of the World, I’ll watch it all on tv.

  6. Cynthia Sonier commented on Sooky Rottweiler 15 days ago

    The tower in frame 3 is the “Magdala tower” at Rennes-le-Château, France where, according to urban legend, a priest found some serious gold. It became inspiration for the DaVinci code but it was most likely a hoax. The priest, Béranger Saunière, pushed the “templar treasure” myth himself to explain a fortune he got through fraud. A con artist called Pierre Plantard came with the modern version of the legend and triggered a “Templar mania” in France in the 1970s-1980s

    “Et In Arcadia Ego” is supposed to be a clue in that treasure hunt, it’s a phrase on a painting and some people have deducted that it means there is also a treasure hidden in Nova Scotia or “Acadie”…
    I couldn’t resist that either…

  7. Cynthia Sonier commented on Smith 15 days ago

    I love the focus look on Jones’ face as she is digging…

  8. Cynthia Sonier commented on Smith 16 days ago

    Tiger-striped Mittaines says:
    I already caught Sooky trying to burry a bone in hte sofa…

  9. Cynthia Sonier commented on Snow Sez . . . 16 days ago

    Sooky Rottweiler says:
    You know us dogs can be useful sometimes!

  10. Cynthia Sonier commented on Marshall Ramsey 22 days ago

    Another french phrase to remember:

    “On vous l’avait dit”