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  1. fbrewer commented on Tony Auth over 3 years ago

    You have to give him credit for brass-plated danglies. Multiple instances of adultery because it was the patriotic thing to do! His passionate love of country somehow became just a passionate love of……..

    If George Washington had only known………

  2. fbrewer commented on Tom Toles over 4 years ago

    Is the anchor talking about Haiti or New Orleans? Good thing Toles included the map, or readers might have been confused.

    http://www.borowitzreport.com/ “Almighty Holds Rare Press Conference”

  3. fbrewer commented on Tony Auth over 4 years ago

    charlie555 said, “If you don’t believe in the biblical God, you aren’t qualified to judge those who do.”

    I don’t believe in pedophilia. According to this logic, I’m not qualified to judge those who do?

    Oh, wait. That was the churches line for decades, wasn’t it?

  4. fbrewer commented on Tony Auth over 4 years ago

    I haven’t seen much of these forums for a while. Has ‘snottfreitas’ gone to the great Klan meeting in the sky, and reincarnated as ‘beaglesofwar’? Sure a familiar tone in his posts.

  5. fbrewer commented on Tom Toles almost 5 years ago

    @morthena - In 8 yrs, Kennedy/Johnson increased the nat’l debt by $250B. In 8 yrs, Nixon/Ford increased it by $700B. In 4 yrs, Carter increased it by $480B. In 8 yrs, Reagan increased it by $2TRILLION. In 4 yrs, Bush Sr increased it by $1TRILLION. In 8 yrs, Clinton DECREASED it by $14B. In 8 yrs, Bush Jr increased it by $4TRILLION.

    How are your math skills?

  6. fbrewer commented on Tom Toles almost 5 years ago

    @snott - When you don’t understand the ‘toon, it’s OK to just say so. I promise no one will think any less of you.

    It would even be OK to just not say anything. That would probably even lead most folks to think better of you.

  7. fbrewer commented on Nick Anderson almost 5 years ago

    @snott - So you prefer a woman who is - a mindless little puppet willingly surrending herself mind, body, and soul to - YOU? From the general tone of your posts, that seems to be your worldview.

  8. fbrewer commented on Tony Auth almost 5 years ago

    A quick question for Snott and ANancy - when’s the last time you saw the KKK burn a crescent in someone’s yard?

  9. fbrewer commented on Tom Toles almost 5 years ago

    @motivemagus - Heinlein was very much the Libertarian in his worldview, and in his fiction he was able to posit the necessary conditions for Libertarian principles to work as we all wish they would. Fundamental good will and enlightened self-interest being a couple of the essential conditions. Certainly humans seem able to construct any conceivable social structure that best promotes survival in challenging conditions.

    One of the most chilling, yet intriguing, books I’ve ever read is Frank Herbert’s “Hellstrom’s Hive”. He takes social engineering about as far as it could go.

  10. fbrewer commented on Tony Auth almost 5 years ago

    @eagles - I don’t know what book you were reading, but if it was actually a science book, you either misunderstood, or you remember incorrectly. No astrophysicist would talk about a collision between Earth and Mars, with the moon left over. That’s just silly.

    In the interest of expanding your knowledge of the wonders of the natural world, do a quick search and spend a few minutes reading about lungfish and walking fish. There really are such creatures.