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  1. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Chip Bok about 2 hours ago

    Is this just a cute take, or attacking Kerry for getting an Air Force ride home? Hmm, or is the question just because most right wing commentary has made folks cynics about anything “political”?

  2. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett about 3 hours ago

    Well planned, and it was well known, when they created it.

  3. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom Toles about 14 hours ago

    In the same YEAR!

  4. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Morin about 14 hours ago

    But, but, but, BILL!

  5. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson about 14 hours ago

    Well, a yep on that one.

  6. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur about 14 hours ago

    They say dogs don’t plan for the future, but mine HAS to know something is up, because he’s the energizer bunny of tinklers, ever spot from every dog that went before him!

  7. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Lalo Alcaraz about 21 hours ago

    It’s been going on for a long time, Junipero Serra had problems getting water, it’s a DESERT! Ancient aquifers under the Mohave are now targeted, since the rivers and reservoirs are dry. It’s not so much USING the water, as WASTING the water, and of course populaton growth didn’t have anything to do with the problem.


    Then there’s the agricultural wasting over decades with poor practices, like open canals and flood irrigation of “penny crops” of low value, for decades.


    Like climate change that massive agriculture and cities have played a large role in, it didn’t just happen overnight, but many decades.


    THAT is why the public of short attention span theater, can’t figure it out, or accept it. Or, they’re just out washing their cars in the street.


    Sorry folks, it’s a VERY complex issue and it just can’t be summed up in a cartoon or two. The many books on the subject, which I’ve got quite a few of, go into details, but the reading is equal to a college degree, not just a one semester course. Physics, biology, entomology, climatology, sociology, hydrology, economics, engineering, geology, soils, forestry, plant pathology, carrying capacity of ecosystems, solid waste disposal, liquid waste disposal, energy production (gas, oil, wind, solar), transportation planning (rail, roads, air and water), complex water storage strategies, just a few considerations off the top of my head.

  8. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy about 24 hours ago

    Hype is the “news” take on both stories, Jenner and ISIL.

  9. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Jones about 24 hours ago

    ^Just reading last night that “hyper-religious” folks might well be suffering the dementia results of epilepsy on the brain, even without seizures. Just a thought.

  10. dtroutma GoComics Pro Member commented on John Deering about 24 hours ago

    I like the ads New York has been running promising no taxes for ten years, not matter how much profit you make, or how few employees you actually bring in, long term.