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  1. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 3 days ago

    This is why I watch follow real football. You know, the game you play with a ball and your feet and has a 10 month plus long season. Namely the British Premiere League, and then the Euro 2016 Tournament or World Cup and then back to the BPL. (With just enough time for the Tour de France in July.)

  2. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Darrin Bell 6 days ago

    Guess he forgot to wear his Wellington’s despite all that snow.

  3. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 6 days ago

    Whether its Calvin and Hobbes, Opus, or Churchy LaFemme and Owl, careening down a hill in a sled, wheelchair, or go cart is an old trope of comic strips that I for one never get tired of. I love the continuity between strips and generation but often wonder who first came up with this metaphor for living.

  4. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 7 days ago

    If that cup is worth anything the Danish will take it as partial payment for services rendered.

  5. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 7 days ago

    Jaw-breaker = Butt-bruiser

  6. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 8 days ago

    No Republican has tried to beat Sanders yet, he has not been the target of any significant negative national campaigning. Hillary has. So while its all pretty much speculation at this point in the election cycle, Sanders does seem more at risk of a drop in national support once his perceived negatives get aired than Clinton whose baggage is already well known.

  7. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 8 days ago

    And a win by a Republican candidate over Bernie Sanders would be a major step backwards, not just an incremental difference from a possible Clinton presidency.

  8. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 8 days ago

    Actually the debates during the American revolution were very heated with the moderate, pro large landowner faction successfully fighting off the more radical, debt ridden, small time farmer’s desire for a more direct democracy. The “founding fathers” opted for a restricted Republican form of government that insured their control of the local economy. In short, the Clinton-like middle of the road, well connected, and dare I say more pragmatic faction won that debate in the 1770-80s.

  9. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Darrin Bell 14 days ago

    Only problem here is that urine is sterile (kidneys are amazing filters). So while unpleasant tasting drinking urine is safe and indeed doing so has saved a number of people trapped by earthquakes, etc… Not the case in Flint unfortunately.

  10. Arghhgarrr GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 16 days ago

    BARter Economy at work