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  1. SCAATY_423 commented on Liberty Meadows 1 day ago

    @BillH77
    Seriously? This is a comic strip that has realistically drawn humans side by side with talking animals and situations straight out of Looney Tunes. And you’re worried about what would happen in the real world?

    Just relax and enjoy the ride.

  2. SCAATY_423 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    You might say that the Founding Fathers appreciated the virtues of gridlock — “act in haste, repent at leisure” isn’t in the Constitution, but it might as well have been. The whole system of checks and balances is deliberately crafted to STOP the government from doing anything quickly and decisively, without heavy argument and delay. They were truly wiser than we were…Tonkin Gulf Resolution, anyone?

  3. SCAATY_423 commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    (Apologies for the duplicated post…GoComics hiccuped on me, or something.

  4. SCAATY_423 commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    @drjinx
    Reading your contributions is like a flashback to the Sixties (and I’m old enough to have been there!) — the ranting of a drug-addled radical-wannabe, for whom grammar, arithmetic, self-control, and objective reality in general are all an authoritarian conspiracy against “free expression”. Sigh…I thought you guys had all grown up and moved on.

  5. SCAATY_423 commented on Doonesbury 6 months ago

    MiHorn said, about 4 hours ago: “Conservative: someone (usually male) who’s never had to worry about supporting himself, i.e., had family to fall back on, never had to get a little help for an education, etc.”

    Rubbish. I know quite a few lower-middle-class working stiffs who are neither stupid nor ignorant, but could only be called conservative. Or maybe conservatively independent — working for a living in the real world gives you pretty damn good bullshit radar, and both Dems and Repubs set it off. And that’s what makes them conservative: they’re too savvy to run off after every Pied Piper that comes along

  6. SCAATY_423 commented on Luann 6 months ago

    @: — wow. You understand nothing of human nature besides your own crabbed, tiny version, or what motivates people other than your crabbed, tiny self.
    .
    That being said, Delta is an interesting character. Maybe being a cancer survivor has given her a more mature, outwardly focused view of life. Or maybe she’s gay and Pitt simply isn’t ready for her. I’d love to see her inner life explored further.

  7. SCAATY_423 commented on Luann 6 months ago

    @desertdwlr — go back to your desert. Everyone is down on their luck sometimes, and a decent, humane, civilized onlooker pitches in to help. Not from condescension or ulterior motives, but because it’s the right thing to do. Get it?

  8. SCAATY_423 commented on Luann 9 months ago

    @Angelalex242
    Perfectly normal for couples who have been together for a long time: ESP sets in.

  9. SCAATY_423 commented on Non Sequitur about 1 year ago

    @Varnes
    “Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away.” George Carlin, I think…a wonderfully sensible man.

  10. SCAATY_423 commented on Doonesbury about 1 year ago

    @bawana: As a retiree who had 43+ years working as a professional in an office, I have to say I feel sorry for you. If all you work for, behind a closed door,is a paycheck, if you live your life as solitary as an oyster in a tightly closed shell—I’m sorry, but that’s how you seem—then you’ve cut yourself off from the main reason to be alive: to be a part of the lives of other people, to laugh with them, cry with them, help them when they need it, and let them help you when you need it. Otherwise, you’re the walking-dead kind of person who goes through a revolving door without pushing.

    It’s not too late to change, friend—for your own sake, please try.