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  1. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Frank & Ernest about 7 hours ago

    The Biblical story of Abel and Cain is a parable about the “manly” meat-eating hunters (who had to be nomadic to follow the game) and the “wussy” plant-eating gatherers (who had to stay in one place to raise crops). (It was the gatherers who eventually turned into farmers and caused the rise of civilization.)

     

    The same saga played out in the range wars of the America West between the ranchers and the farmers over who was entitled to grazing and water rights.

  2. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury about 7 hours ago

    All the harmonies converged and cancelled each other out, leaving nothing but rhythm. That’s why we have rap.

  3. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 7 hours ago

    What happened with Sasha? Sasha!? What happened with Vancouver?

  4. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 22 hours ago

    I think most schools now use whiteboards, but those don’t look “schoolish” in a cartoon. However, in print versions, the blackboards sure consume a lot of ink, so maybe the day is coming when we’ll see whiteboards after all.

  5. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Frank & Ernest about 22 hours ago

    In theory, ever since H. G. Wells first proposed the idea of battle tanks, they’ve been controlled by “advanced software” with “cutting-edge analytical abilities”, namely their crews, so they should never make serious mistakes. In theory.

  6. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 23 hours ago

    Jeez, Lemont has hair. Who knew?

  7. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on The Argyle Sweater about 23 hours ago

    Ferris Bueller: Can’t afford a day off, still working 3 jobs to try to pay off his student loans.

  8. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 3 days ago

    Excellent point, Flossie. One of the most touching sentiments I ever heard was from a 4th grader who was asked why her brother, who didn’t look very much like her at all, was in the same class. “Oh,” she replied, “one of us is adopted. I can’t remember who.”

  9. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 3 days ago

    This is kind of like religion. I heard some survivor of the Gatlinburg fire on TV the other day praising God for having saved his family photo album in what was otherwise the total loss of his house. People focus on minutiae and ignore the blatantly obvious right in front of their eyes.

  10. Richard S. Russell GoComics Pro Member commented on Frank & Ernest 3 days ago

    At least it isn’t making angry-cat noises at you.