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  1. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 9 months ago

    @hogenmogen
    Why not James Caan?

  2. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 2 years ago

    Where’s the refrigerator magnets?

  3. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 3 years ago

    Don’t swift boat me, bro’.

  4. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 3 years ago

    I didn’t know that George Bernard Shaw had a twin brother.

  5. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 4 years ago

    His father looks like Richard Wagner.

  6. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 4 years ago

    Think of London, a small city It’s dark, dark in the daytime The people sleep, sleep in the daytime If they want to, if they want to

    I’m checking them out I’m checking them out I got it figured out I got it figured out There’s good points and bad points Find a city Find myself a city to live in.

    There are a lot of rich people in Birmingham A lot of ghosts in a lot of houses Look over there!…A dry ice factory A good place to get some thinking done…

    “Cities” Talking Heads, Fear of Music

  7. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 5 years ago

    I didn’t know that Picasso’s father was Confederate General A. P. Hill.

  8. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 5 years ago

    Osama bin Forgotten must have excavated Saddam Hussein’s WMD’s buried in the Syrian desert.

  9. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 5 years ago

    The guy in the background of the first panel looks like Dr. Greg Forbes, severe weather expert on the weather channel.

  10. number9dream commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 5 years ago

    Are the premises conveyed by this comic the same as those which inspired Nietzsche to write “Human, All Too Human”?

    Or, conversely, do they provide part (or all) of the justification for health care reform?