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  1. bherbert commented on Ten Cats 8 days ago

    Dennis, you’ll be ready when it happens again in a few weeks.

  2. bherbert commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    I wondered if Spike IS the Head Beagle

  3. bherbert commented on Ten Cats 19 days ago

    Is it possible that readers who want to post pictures could send them to Graham, and HE could post the ones he thinks others would enjoy seeing?

  4. bherbert commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    That must be how Case Keenum felt tonight.

  5. bherbert commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    You don’t KNOW anything about Hillary and “foreign stuff” (some technical term?). Foreign service work is very subtle and nuanced. I’m pretty safe in surmising that you know little, if anything, about the way the Secretary of State operates.

  6. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    Totally off-topic. And hideously uninformed. Typical Trump supporter.

  7. bherbert commented on Ten Cats 2 months ago

    I find that my cats communicate quite well without words. Even “meow” is often optional.

  8. bherbert commented on Motley Classics 2 months ago

    Pat Boone’s white bread cover of Little Richard’s “Tutti Fruitti” is truly one of the funniest and sorriest moments in music history.

  9. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    Mexico wouldn’t have to pay for it. There would be no shortage of contributions from people in this country.

  10. bherbert commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    “None of the above” just leads to lazy voting. If people want better candidates, they need to do their homework and have more realistic expectations of people running for office. We want people with the moral standing of Jesus, the powers of Superman, and the wisdom of Solomon. Then, when candidates don’t measure up to those unrealistic expectations, they somehow feel let down.

    Too many voters allow themselves to be swayed by ridiculous 30 second attack ads. That’s how politicians get by with campaigning by bumper sticker slogans and Twitter posts. Part of being an informed voter is assessing candidates’ actual records and policy positions. That’s what Trudeau is trying to get people to see about Trump, and its true of other candidates. It won’t stop until people wise up.