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  1. Cerabooge commented on Rubes 5 days ago

    Could be worse. Could be a chemical factory, or a development with a lot of septic tanks, or a factory farm, or, well, just about anything devised by humans.

  2. Cerabooge commented on Wizard of Id 5 days ago

    Nun’Ya Bidness: Another use – I once bought a can of coffee solely to enjoy the aroma. I love the way it smells. But I’m also an addict who drinks it regularly. Go figure.

  3. Cerabooge commented on Nick Anderson 5 days ago

    opednance: To answer your question, no. Why waste your time?

    I think I’ll see if I can write a script that will process a gocomics page, removing comments by people who I add to a list. Conservegov would be first on the list. I already have a name for the script: ExciseTrolls.

  4. Cerabooge commented on Matt Bors 5 days ago

    TripleAxel: you lost me at “Jonah Goldberg”.

  5. Cerabooge commented on Mike Luckovich 5 days ago

    Spot on. I found a Forbes article that says the NCAA has a 14 year $11 BILLION deal, and that’s just with CBS. Long past time to separate football from colleges, and end this farce of “student athletes”. 1) It’s a difficult and dangerous job, for which they should be paid, and 2) playing football has nothing to do with education.

  6. Cerabooge commented on Nick Anderson 6 days ago

    Ken M: You don’t know what you’re talking about, or, more likely, you’re simply lying.. Try learning a little bit. You can start here: http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stop_and_identify_statutes

  7. Cerabooge commented on Tom Toles 6 days ago

    Doughfoot: I agree with your grading of the criminals and their syndicates – er, politicians and parties. In the same vein,

    You warrant an A.

    Conservegov warrants a solid F.

  8. Cerabooge commented on Ted Rall 7 days ago

    Well, I suppose a kayak is preferable to a cigarette boat in Nebraska, which was reported years ago. Just another example of Heimwehr at work.

  9. Cerabooge commented on F Minus 8 days ago

    LOL, indeed. HUMmingbird remembers the words. This is (to use an oxymoron) an instant classic.

  10. Cerabooge commented on Matt Davies 8 days ago

    2,000 years from now, surviving humans (if there are any) will have legends of a time when the Earth was a paradise with untold millions of species, with forests and plains and vibrantly living oceans. Versus the world in which they struggle to survive, a world glimpsed in The Road.