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  1. henebry commented on Doonesbury 14 days ago

    The strip may say, “Post-Election,” but it was clearly written before the election, with an unspoken assumption that Hillary won. The satirical point of the strip is Donald trying to figure out why he wasn’t able to be elected.

    That mis-fit between reality and satire is a big part of why this strip isn’t very funny.

  2. henebry commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    Interesting moment for a reference to the ecumenical trend in 1960s (70s?) American religious thought and practice.

  3. henebry commented on Super-Fun-Pak Comix about 1 month ago

    I’m just sorry that renowned atheist Richard Dawkins doesn’t make an appearance in this strip.

  4. henebry commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    Note that this strip ran well BEFORE Reagan was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, when his faulty memory was the excuse that kept him from being impeached over the Iran-Contra illegal diversion of funds.

  5. henebry commented on Dinosaur Comics 3 months ago

    Mr. Tusks: The Origin Story.

  6. henebry commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    Would be funnier if pig were lying on one of the showroom models.

  7. henebry commented on Monty 7 months ago

    Diane Arbus for th’ win!

  8. henebry commented on Big Nate 10 months ago

    Great Peanuts / Charlie Brown call-out in panel 2!

  9. henebry commented on Dinosaur Comics 10 months ago

    BuckyKatt999: I’m not sure about that. “We used to date” is correct, but when phrased as a question, “Did you use to date.” Think of the case of going to the movies: “We went to the movies,” but when phrased as a question, “Did you go to the movies?”

  10. henebry commented on Dinosaur Comics about 1 year ago

    Dromeciomimus and Utahraptor: “We don’t feel qualified to comment!”