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  1. Alan French commented on Non Sequitur over 2 years ago

    Unfortunately, this seems to reflect today’s reality. And, when confronted with facts, claim the source is biased and simply loudly dismiss them.

  2. Alan French commented on Loose Parts almost 3 years ago

    Funny! (But no self respecting cat is going to be next to a chair when a warm lap is available.)

  3. Alan French commented on Non Sequitur almost 3 years ago

    Funny, but I think there is an issue with light and geometry here. By reflection, he should see danger coming from across the stream, in front of him. But I can see why that would be an awkward way to make the point.

  4. Alan French commented on Non Sequitur about 3 years ago

    And these laws are generally coming from the folks who are often heard to complain about too much government in our lives. (But I think they’re talking about corporations, not people.)

  5. Alan French commented on Loose Parts over 3 years ago

    The sign itself was probably a governmental mandate.

  6. Alan French commented on Loose Parts over 3 years ago

    I’m old enough to have had ether for surgery, and it would definitely not be a desirable solution for insomnia. Smells awful and it made me terribly sick to the stomach.

  7. Alan French commented on Loose Parts over 3 years ago

    “I want to go out.” “I want to come in.”
    “I want to see if it’s raining out back too.”
    “I want some of your dinner, now!”
    It would never end!.

  8. Alan French commented on Non Sequitur about 4 years ago

    iLemmings.

  9. Alan French commented on Non Sequitur over 4 years ago

    How did Adam get so out of shape so soon? Or was that the original image of man? If so, it’s disturbing!

  10. Alan French commented on Non Sequitur over 4 years ago

    It’s a mentality that needs to be changed. Corporate America has come to believe that upper management deserves such obscene compensation. A more equitable distribution between the people guiding the company and the people actually doing to productive work would benefit everyone and, I think, makes for a much healthier company and work environment.
    A bleeep shame the financial wizards, after proving gross incompetence (at the lesst), are still busily making their fortunes playing guessing games with our money.