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  1. WaitingMan commented on Gary Varvel about 1 hour ago

    Any system that gives us a choice between Clinton and Trump is an absolute failure. The only way this will ever change is for people to vote for candidates outside of the two-party system. The last time I checked, Dr. Stein was at 5% in the polls and climbing. Hope springs eternal. BTW, I live two blocks from my polling place. An easy walk.

  2. WaitingMan commented on Gary Varvel about 11 hours ago

    Neither. Dr. Jill Stein (Green Party) 2016!

  3. WaitingMan commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 11 hours ago

    I believe he term “BFFS” first appeared in “The Iliad”.

  4. WaitingMan commented on One Big Happy about 11 hours ago

    Ruthie is chewing gum? Call the exorcist, the girl is pure evil!

  5. WaitingMan commented on My Cage: New and Old about 12 hours ago

    I have to admire Maureen. She’s hot.

  6. WaitingMan commented on Brewster Rockit about 12 hours ago

    The difference between weight and mass. The International Space Station may be weightless due to the lack of gravity, but if you kick it, you’ll still break your foot due to the mass, which is constant.

  7. WaitingMan commented on Bloom County 2015 about 12 hours ago

    Be kind?! That kind of commie BS is that?

  8. WaitingMan commented on Doonesbury about 13 hours ago

    You heard it here first. DT’s running mate will be Marsha Blackburn, congresswoman from Kentucky. Attractive right wing psycho. The perfect Republican.

  9. WaitingMan commented on Steve Benson 1 day ago

    Democrats hold a sit-in to get a vote that will protect all Americans. Republicans interrupt it to hold a vote to protect scam artists. The moral bankruptcy of the Republican Party becomes more obvious with each passing day.

  10. WaitingMan commented on Random Acts of Nancy 1 day ago

    Before the invention of television in the early sixties, kids took their entertainment where they could find it.