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  1. Andrew6385 commented on Tom Toles 4 days ago

    What the politicians don’t realize is that the people have been lied to so many times, that this looks like the biggest power grab ever. The super rich “leaders” pick on big cars and trucks, but that’s a smaller issue than oversized housing. The politicians go on their private planes because they don’t like going through security with the peasants and fly from their mansions in Washington to their mansions back home. Then they tell the middle class and poor that they have to lower their standard of living. People see the hypocrisy of that. Until the politicians lead by example, and that will NEVER happen, no one will do anything because the politicians do not take the problem seriously.

  2. Andrew6385 commented on Momma 25 days ago

    At my college, a guy threw a water balloon from about 5 floor up at a guy sunbathing, and it hit him in the stomach without breaking and hurt a lot. We also had a narrow gap in out stairwell rails, and after a drunk tried to drop a beer can all the way down about 10 floor, we tried doing it more carefully, finding out how much liquid could be in a can before it burst (about 2/3). I still have a funny looking Rolling Rock can with a big bulge on the bottom.

  3. Andrew6385 commented on Alley Oop about 1 month ago

    The human and dinosaur footprints together have long ago exposed as frauds.

  4. Andrew6385 commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    Historically, the bible is only accurate from about 1000 B.C., including many details that aren’t verified elsewhere. Prophetically, only in hindsight. Scientifically, not at all.

  5. Andrew6385 commented on Alley Oop about 1 month ago

    The Scotland reference is from a Bugs Bunny cartoon when he accidentally eneded up in Scotland.

  6. Andrew6385 commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Both parents working is often not as necessary as we think. It used to be that people ate almost all their dinners at home. Going out was a rare treat. They didn’t need to have all the latest electronic gadget either. Expectations have changed. Also parents rarely came to games. We would have made fun of a kid whose parents were always there.

  7. Andrew6385 commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 1 month ago

    Assuming such people would ever do that. You’re still the same person in a different place.

  8. Andrew6385 commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 1 month ago

    Isaac Asimov sometimes wrote about extreme life extension, both in his fiction and non-fiction works. He could present a believable picture that immortals or nearly so would just become more boring, conservative and risk-averse, stifling any progress. He believed death was necessary.

  9. Andrew6385 commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    It also doesn’t help when hysterical claims are made. Predict the end of the world in ten years and it doesn’t happen, then you don’t have a lot of credibility.

  10. Andrew6385 commented on Dick Tracy 2 months ago

    I don’t know how far they’ll get. They stand out, and if murder can be proven, another state will extradite them.