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  1. californicated1 commented on The Born Loser 5 days ago

    The other problem here is that the old supervisor can then “stab the subordinate in the back” with that reference and make it difficult for the worker to get that next job.

  2. californicated1 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    I liked the “Calvin & Hobbes” look to this strip. It definitely had a “Spaceman Spiff” kind of look. Hopefully Watterson approves.

  3. californicated1 commented on Drabble about 1 month ago

    I like the movie titles, especially the bottom two.

  4. californicated1 commented on Walt Handelsman 2 months ago

    As always, stories like this always have me listening to this song from 1991, which broke out into the states during the Rodney King Riots 23 years ago:


  5. californicated1 commented on Jeff Danziger 2 months ago

    As if policing the community was the new “white man’s burden”.

    Rudyard Kipling should be rolling in his grave right about now.

  6. californicated1 commented on Rob Rogers 6 months ago

    …And the banners they all flew in the last war…

  7. californicated1 commented on Ted Rall about 1 year ago

    Not quite. The Bush Administration did not want any trials of these people to begin with and were looking at folks like John Yoo out there at Boalt Hall at UC Berkeley Law School to furnish them whatever justification to deny them the Rule of Law, Jurisprudence either under International Treaties like the Hague and Geneva Conventions where the US was a signatory as well as well as deny these people the rights they would have had as POW’s that were taken prisoner during wartime.

    The Bush Administration did not want trials for the simple reason that they knew that any trial would bring out evidence, not only of how these people were treated while in American custody, but would also lead to questions of both why were we there in the first place and after all these years, why are we still there, especially after capturing and even killing Osama bin-Laden?

    Both the Bush Administration and even the Obama Administration nowadays know that if the real truth about Gitmo got out, just like it did for Abu Ghraib back in 2006, us Americans here at home would be asking questions about that and not only questioning our government and their authority to handle things like this, but also in the other ways that they govern us, especially out here in both Mountain and Pacific Time zones.

  8. californicated1 commented on Ted Rall about 1 year ago

    You don’t kill off your POW’s or enemy combatants for the simple reason that the enemy will then retailiate by killing your brother, son, or neighbor if they were captured.

    Remember Iraq and the beheadings they used to send to Al-Jazeera, especially of that Wisconsin Truck-Driver who was on contract to the US Government?

    He was this curly-haired white kid whom his captors put on camera, had him speak his mid-western dialect and then beheaded him, grabbing that head by the hair and parading around their stage after they read off their accusations and made their demands.

    And that happened in the Summer of 2003.

    POWs, enemy combattants and the like can always be used as bargaining chips as long as they are alive.

    When they are dead, they are of no use to anybody and only their loved ones will care what happened to them and will miss them.

  9. californicated1 commented on Henry Payne almost 2 years ago

    Isn’t “racist gas” more flatus-based than petroleum-based?

  10. californicated1 commented on Steve Benson almost 2 years ago

    “Slips away into ‘Lame Duck’ session”?

    That happened to the Obama Administration the moment the news broke out that he was re-elected to a second term back in November 2012, just like it did to every second term presidency since the 22nd Amendment was ratified in 1951.