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  1. Godfreydaniel commented on Tom Toles about 7 hours ago

    Conservative pundit Michael Gerson:
    “Trump’s defenders will charge his critics with elitism. The great public, it is argued, gets Trump in a way that the commenting class does not. But this claim is now fully exposed. The expectation of rationality is not elitism. Coherence is not elitism. Knowledge is not elitism. Honoring character is not elitism. And those who claim this are debasing themselves, their party and their country.”

  2. Godfreydaniel commented on Bloom County 2016 about 10 hours ago

    Actually, there’s a certain amount of “Lost in Space” Dr. Smith in Steve…..

  3. Godfreydaniel commented on Peanuts Begins about 10 hours ago

    Violet is curbing her enthusiasm……

  4. Godfreydaniel commented on Peanuts about 10 hours ago

    Dr. Seuss once was visiting a classroom, and he drew some pictures on the chalkboard. The kids weren’t impressed. They told him one of the other kids could draw better. Dr. Seuss told him to come up to the chalkboard and draw something. And he would always finish telling this story by saying, “And you know what? He COULD draw better than me!” (This probably never actually happened, of course, but it’s a nice story even so.)

  5. Godfreydaniel commented on Tom Toles about 10 hours ago

    Two reasons Trump won’t release any tax returns (from any year): (1) Trump is dishonest. (2) Trump is a coward. Two reasons Trump does (or doesn’t do) everything else: (1) Trump is dishonest. (2) Trump is a coward.

  6. Godfreydaniel commented on Brevity about 10 hours ago

    Wonder if he rides the Onion Pacific Railroad…..

  7. Godfreydaniel commented on Brevity about 10 hours ago

    Wonder if he rides the Onion Pacific Railroad…..

  8. Godfreydaniel commented on Bound and Gagged about 10 hours ago

    But can we learn a lot from a dummy?

  9. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp about 10 hours ago

    About trolls: One of my favorite Dave Berg (“The Lighter Side” from Mad Magazine) cartoons was the following: A wimpy little man is at work, and is yelled at by his supervisor. When he comes home, he is yelled at by his battleaxe of a wife. That night, he goes to the wrestling matches, and he sits in the front row. This time, he does the yelling: “Rip his arm off and hit him over the head with the bloody stump!” Whenever I see an internet troll, I think of this cartoon, for obvious reasons.

  10. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp about 10 hours ago

    Yeah, the punch line was telegraphed—it frequently is, these days. One absolutely VITAL ingredient of humor is the element of surprise. When you can spot the joke the first word or two of the first panel, it’s safe to assume that something went wrong somewhere.