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  1. dtut commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    Only a few of them did before the flood.

  2. dtut commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    For three really funny bear / salmon / hunter videos, go to YouTube and enter the search string “John West salmon commercials”.

  3. dtut commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    You’re right. Snowboarding is a form of winter torture.

  4. dtut commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    @Alexikakos and @Varnes — Freberg’s “United States of America” is a favorite. The URL is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXmCIFKRrTY and the Columbus skit starts about 2:20 into the video. Enjoy!

  5. dtut commented on Non Sequitur over 2 years ago

    A magazine or newspaper has two revenue streams: readers paying for it, and advertisers paying for readers’ eyes. It is a tradeoff in the sense that, the lower the subscription fee, the more eyes to sell to the advertisers. There have always been segments of paper publishing that give away the paper and charge the advertisers. Think of those neighborhood newspapers that show up in the driveway, or industry magazines. The Internet has made that a much more common business model.

  6. dtut commented on Non Sequitur over 2 years ago

    This one isn’t in the Laws of Cartoon Physics. (Look it up; you’ll enjoy it.) You’ve found a new one.

  7. dtut commented on Non Sequitur almost 3 years ago

    @pschearer
    The problem I have is not with the capitalists; they are doing what capitalists are supposed to do, maximize profits. Nor is it with capitalism, which is a very efficient system.

    The problem is that capitalism without regulation is pretty much economic warfare, with a lot of collateral damage. We have learned the hard way that regulation is needed to protect the common good. EVERYONE (including the individual capitalist) is better off with proper regulation. (As a classic B-school example, look up “tragedy of the commons”.)

    Regulation is imposed by government, specifically laws written by congress and enforced by the executive branch. The government is SUPPOSED to be acting on behalf of “the people” who vote them into office.

    But here’s the problem with that theory. The electoral system today depends on reaching the voting populace through the media. That takes money; election campaigning becomes a spending race. The candidate’s message is almost less important than the ability to trumpet it as often and publicly as possible. So the politicians are beholden to the providers of campaign funds. Most of that money is coming from “the one percent” who have the money to spare. Result: the government has been paid off not to regulate.

  8. dtut commented on Non Sequitur about 3 years ago

    For those citing The Addams Family: The Addams Family was created from the cartoons of Charles Addams. The torch of Addams’ sense of humor was passed to Gahan Wilson, then Gary Larson (The Far Side), and currently carried by Wiley Miller. And admirably so! I’m sure Non Sequitur fans would enjoy the cartoons of any of the above.

  9. dtut commented on Non Sequitur about 3 years ago

    There’s one in a similar vein (and even funnier IMHO) — an old ‘BC’ cartoon. Caveman at the patent office. He has a triangular wheel. He’s explaining to the patent examiner, “It’s an improvement on the square wheel. One less corner.”

  10. dtut commented on Non Sequitur about 3 years ago

    @Baslim
    It’s called Cartoon Physics. For more laws of Cartoon Physics, see Wikipedia on the subject.