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  1. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Matt Davies about 3 hours ago

    That does seem an attractive prospect, could one afford an affair and not be condemned to a life of labor to support her appetites, which seem somehow to never include the duties that were the majority of her promises before taking the vow to spend everything she could acquire from us.
    Of course, one could hardly expect such a vision of elegant fairness to stoop to servicing the wretched source of capital to which she must remain tied or do without.
    The horrible wretch should be glad she allows him to feed himself baloney taken from her rightful acquisitions, much less expect that she should honor her promises, clearly made under duress and not likely to ever be fulfilled. Still, there is always some excuse that is suitable. His sweat and the dirt of his grubbing for her rightful revenue, for instance, which make him unworthy.

  2. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Brian McFadden about 3 hours ago

    They did the recount anyway, you know.
    There was much fanfare and the foreboding of dire consequences for their findings, which somehow were discarded quietly enough and not the Earth shattering revelations predicted.
    Democrat officials in Democrat districts had poorly designed their ballots, but certainly not in the effort to be misleading and cause miscast votes, which seemed not to be a difficulty in places where voting machines and boxes of ballots didn’t go wandering off on their own.
    But, once a story is told, one must stick to it, and grow the fish bigger and more fierce with each retelling until it becomes a thing of legend, immortal and godless, against which our heroes fought the good fight, and barely returned to shore to tell the tale.
    And now we turn and bow and await the throwing of copper to sustain our efforts.

  3. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 3 hours ago

    This one had the look of a pickerel, mean and scaly and quite likely to eat his own kind. Yet, she found him charming enough in his own way, and allowed her curiosity to get the better of her, proffering her hand for a genteel kiss, which was frightening enough in itself as he seemed fit to bite off the entire thing out of his own curiosity for whether she might be a tasty morsel to be inhaled in a single moment. Not born to manners then, she decided, and barely playing at displaying them. This only made matters worse, as she contemplated how this specimen came to be within her circle at all, for he was clearly well out of his element. The entire story would be within her grasp soon. This much was certain, whatever may befall her in its acquisition. It could hardly be worse than the eternal boredom that was her current state.

  4. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on No Ambiguity about 8 hours ago

    Behind the shelter in the middle of the roundabout
    A pretty nurse is selling poppies from a tray
    And though she feels as if she’s in a play
    She is anyway

  5. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 8 hours ago

    Letting my mind Wanda.

  6. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Brian McFadden about 10 hours ago

    Except for the chill when considering the rise of the Robot Donkey Overlords, of course.

  7. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Brian McFadden about 10 hours ago

    Yes, but one would hate to just stand there being an idiot when one could just as easily be a useful idiot, you know?

  8. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Matt Davies about 10 hours ago

    And then, one day, while I was packing my blue collar baloney sandwich lunch in a paper sack, not much more substantial than my faded blue shirt and heavily patched blue denim pants, I looked over at what I had married, sitting at the table drinking mimosas and eating diamonds while planning what I could do to further serve, and I wondered, “When did I ever think this was the fairest thing in the world?”

  9. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 11 hours ago

    Now you’re just trolling for comments.
    Still, I do like my Silverberg, and Nightwings.

  10. BrassOrchid GoComics Pro Member commented on Matt Davies about 21 hours ago

    Did you know that the entire Library of Congress can be stored on a single server?
    Imagine that!