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  1. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 28 days ago

    Enough said for someone who doesn’t know any better.

  2. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    I appreciate this series very much, if also very sorry for its cause. Thanks for attempting to shine the light on abuse of power. Hoping that things somehow work out to your advantage.

  3. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 6 months ago

    “Look – sodomites!”
    It’s been a rough few days at my house (which is why I’m up at 3:30 in the morning), and I can’t begin to tell you how grateful I am for that belly laugh!
    Theologically, it’s been pointed out that, had god asked the mom to kill the kid, humanity would have completely escaped the curse of the abrahamic religions when she’d have told him to stuff it.

  4. wmbrainiac commented on Doonesbury 6 months ago

    be rich. wear it on your sleeve. you will be seen.

  5. wmbrainiac commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    what tie?

  6. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 8 months ago

    HA-ha. religion is dumb.

  7. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 8 months ago

    “collateral damage”
    like when some involved with the first atomic bomb test thought it possible that the atmosphere itself could be set ablaze world-wide and the consensus was, “oh. yeah. well, we still have to test it, so let’s just see what happens.”
    the point is that we all share the same defective genetic inheritance that makes humankind amoral and extinction-bound. there is no end to the carnage that all of us are willing to wreak on each other given the delusions with which fear shields us from understanding the consequences of our actions. ISIS could obtain the nuclear material that sets off the end, but who made and stockpiled it?

  8. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 8 months ago

    sadism and murder have always accompanied war. with the deliberate mass bombing of civilian populations in “the good war,” they became official policy. but we at least tried to pretend otherwise until bush jr. he and his controllers relieved us of our last vestiges of feigned or imagined innocence. and we allowed his appointment in 2,000 and then elected him in 2004. now we shrug and look the other way for our current leadership.
    cartoonists such as mr. rall are our conscience. at least they flicker a bit now and then during our headlong rush to self-destruction. thanks, mr. rall. you are appreciated.

  9. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 8 months ago

    wonder how many reactionary .01%’er thieves got itchy to get on their private jets and fly to their end-of-days fantasy escapes in australia and new zealand at first word of the greek elections. sure hope their pilots dump them in the ocean when the time comes…

  10. wmbrainiac commented on Ted Rall 9 months ago

    publications incompl├Ęte