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  1. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    I don’t get it. How does this tie back to Hillary? Ted you’re slipping!

  2. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Lunarbaboon about 1 month ago

    This is the only comic strip I repeatedly save in order to post to Facebook but change my mind because it feels too personal.

  3. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall about 1 month ago

    See, the problem is, in the story the wolf was make-believe. I can’t comprehend an informed point of view that doesn’t see Trump as an enormous danger.

  4. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 2 months ago

    Is that a generic voter, or Rall himself? That is, is he saying that dislike of Clinton might push some people to support Trump, or is he saying that he himself hates Clinton so much that he would, say, drink mercury if she said it was a bad idea?

  5. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 2 months ago

    The perfect is the enemy of the good. And in this case, the friend of the unspeakable.

  6. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Microcosm 2 months ago

    Goodnight Quasi-Moon.

  7. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Ted Rall 3 months ago

    AND HER ELBOWS ARE TOO SHARP.

  8. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Molebashed 5 months ago

    That’ll be the PIzza Crossing in Logan, Ohio? When we go to Hocking Hills, we always make a run up for it. Best in the area!

  9. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 7 months ago

    Have we now passed the hiatus GT took in the 80s?

    I never read Doonesbury as a kid, but I remember being away at college and seeing a big deal about the strip coming back with all the characters’ status quos having changed in the interval, and since it was carried in the campus paper, I started reading it. This is the first storyline I remember reading, like, ever.

  10. kreniigh GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 8 months ago

    One of the coolest places on Earth, the City Museum in St. Louis, is a former shoe factory. All Mike needs to do is install a ten-story spiral slide and it’s fun all the time.