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  1. Rightwingmoron commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 15 hours ago


  2. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy about 15 hours ago

    I’m not surprised that a certain regular poster here is confused that this may be Alley Oop. The Alley Oop strip today has a detective in a fedora, and the poster may be having a little trouble telling the difference between Oop and Tess.

  3. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy about 19 hours ago

    When Locher was working with Max Collins, some of his stuff was decent (Such as the WW2 flashback.) It was after Collins was fired, that the story got weaker, and the drawings as well. Locher was a part of a team, when Staton and Curtis took over the strip, and some of the other team members that Locher was working with, may have contributed to the “quality” of the strip before the change over.

  4. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Thanks for posting that. Karloff is one of my all time favorites.

  5. Rightwingmoron commented on Little Nemo 4 days ago

    I can’t forget how when my daughter went to Jr. High, the teachers appologized, for having my daughter know a dark and unsavory fact. They had to let her know that Martin Luther King Jr. was a -(insert dramatic fanfare) MINISTER! (insert terrified scream here).

  6. Rightwingmoron commented on Little Nemo 4 days ago

    By their very name “Freedom from Religion” intent is to stop people from openly being religious. That often includes banning people from singing Christmas Carols in the public Square, to sometimes even saying “Bless you” when someone sneezes.The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution prohibits the making of any law respecting an establishment of religion, impeding the free exercise of religion. However, by stopping people from being openly religious, groups like “Freedom From Religion”, are clearly violating the constitutional rights of people by impeding their freely exercising their religion. It would be equally wrong to tell someone that they must pray, as it is to put restrictions on when and where people can pray.

  7. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 6 days ago

    An actor I really liked, was Tony Randall. Like Vitamin, he could be a bit of a ham. He was a devoted husband for to Florence Gibbs from 1942 until her death from cancer in 1992. He remarried on November 17, 1995, to Heather Harlan, an intern in one of his theatrical programs. At the time, Tony was 75 years old and Heather 25. They also had two children together. Call it creepy if you want, but why should Flintheart be limited to whom he chooses to fall in love with, simply because of age? I say that as a man who married someone seven years older then myself, and I’m still married to my older bride, 25 years later.

  8. Rightwingmoron commented on Buni 7 days ago

    I was thinking the same thing.

  9. Rightwingmoron commented on Santa vs. Dracula 7 days ago

    And yet you spend your time reading a strip you find boring, very slow moving, and where the action just isn’t there. I applaud the sacrifice you make on behalf of all of us.

  10. Rightwingmoron commented on Basic Instructions 7 days ago

    Because we know how those who aren’t white are simply unwilling to use Gunpowder and bullets when it comes to fighting others.