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  1. Rightwingmoron commented on Lay Lines about 3 hours ago

    I was so happy to see some beautiful takes on some of my all time favorite personalities. Gomez looks so much like the one drawn by Charles Addams.

  2. Rightwingmoron commented on Pearls Before Swine about 4 hours ago

    Yes, because whenever I see a group of Democrats whining about cis privilege, say how their microagressions are being triggered by somebody playing a video game they find offensive, or need a safe space to shield them from opinions they disagree with; you can see what happy and fun filled individuals so many Democrats are.

  3. Rightwingmoron commented on Pearls Before Swine about 4 hours ago

    Hey goat, it’s your party and you can cry if you want to.

  4. Rightwingmoron commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 4 hours ago

    Oh no, marigold needs to put that suit in the wash, She already got P on it.

  5. Rightwingmoron commented on Robbie and Bobby about 4 hours ago

    Wow, the changed last panel makes this an entirely different strip!

  6. Rightwingmoron commented on Scary Gary about 4 hours ago

    The only thing that Garry looks like he’s scored is too many deserts.

  7. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy about 4 hours ago

    Selfie is perfect. He’s a perfect egotistical Jerk. Happy Birthday Vista Bill! Thanks for the heads up on that Avenger09.

  8. Rightwingmoron commented on Robbie and Bobby 1 day ago

    No, stag antlers become stiff and hard when a stag is in an excited stag, or is that some other part of their anatomy? I know it’s true, because I read it on the internet.

  9. Rightwingmoron commented on Scary Gary 1 day ago

    Not all the vampire movies say a stake kills a vampire, and since a vampire is already dead, I means stops them from coming back to their undead state. In House of Frankenstein (1944) removal of the stake, allows Dracula (Played by John Carradine) to become resurrected from a skeleton.

  10. Rightwingmoron commented on Nancy 4 days ago

    Count me who love Oona and the monster references. Meanwhile, good look sheltering yourself from all the Halloween imagery you’ll find in abundance outside the “Nancy” strip.