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  1. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Farcus about 12 hours ago

    pcolli,

    I don’t see any stain.

  2. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on The Flying McCoys about 22 hours ago

    I find it fascinating, amusing and a little bit frightening that a simple cartoon like this raises so much ire in the creationist community. Not too sure of yourselves, are you? You can quibble over some of the technical details of how evolution works – and scientists do, openly – and if you ultimately don’t choose to accept it as scientifically valid, that’s your right. Of course it would be nice if you really studied the matter enough to understand what it is you’re choosing to reject.

    What you can’t quibble with is that science and creationism approach the subject from two very different perspectives. Science tries to learn and understand how things work from the available, observable evidence. If new evidence arises that modifies scientific thinking, so be it. Science isn’t wedded to a particular theory or version of events. Science has no agenda.

    Creationism, by comparison, has an agenda: it says that the Holy Book’s version of events is the only true and correct explanation. This drives creationists to find evidence to support that agenda, and to ignore huge bodies of evidence that would not support it.

    Too bad we can’t simply agree to leave science to the scientists and the schools and religion to the churches. Then we could stop having these silly – and ultimately pointless – debates.

    Here’s a link to a really good discussion of the subject (for the open-minded): http://www.nap.edu/catalog/11876.html

  3. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Farcus about 23 hours ago

    On the other hand, if they can do such a great job of removing the polka dots that are supposed to be there, imagine what they can do with a real stain.

  4. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Frank & Ernest 3 days ago

    Where did they get him? Does the dating service have a time machine? Or is this just one of those cases of someone pretending to be what he isn’t, just to get a date?

  5. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Moderately Confused 3 days ago

    Aw, give the kid a break, mom! At least he was engaged in a physical activity. He could have been sitting on the couch playing virtual baseball.

  6. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets 3 days ago

    Interesting that the character representing the older generation should refer to the show as “children’s TV.” Wasn’t it just another prime-time sitcom, aimed at the adult audience? I used to hear back then that the TV networks regarded their entire audience as having the intelligence level of 12-year-olds. This seems to confirm it.

  7. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy 4 days ago

    disgustedamerican,

    I am happy for you that you believe in your faith so strongly. It obviously keeps you strong and confident and works for you.

    I find it sad, however, that your view of God is one of a deity so narrow-minded as to create, in a very diverse world, only one single path to Him and to salvation. I’m an atheist, but if I chose to believe, my God would be loving and accepting of all (and would celebrate the diverse ways that people have found to come to Him). He would even celebrate that there are atheists, like me, who choose not to believe. He would not be one who takes sides.

    With that said, I wish you a Happy Easter!

  8. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Farcus 4 days ago

    I’m a little confused – what’s “the law of the jungle”? That one member of the herd is painted to be the obvious target? In that case the zebra with the paint can should be wearing a sheriff’s badge. Kind of reminds me of Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery.”

  9. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on The Flying McCoys 4 days ago

    Proginoskes,

    Exactly the comment I was going to make. Also, why do they give the kids such little baskets to collect such big eggs?

  10. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Agnes 4 days ago

    Agnes seems quite happy with her Easter haul, though she seems a bit more naive than usual, buying into the story of the Easter Cyclops so easily.

    Would like to taste the pastrami flavored jelly beans. Maybe this strip will give the Jelly Belly people an idea.