Enjoy GoComics?

A Recent Favorite:

Uh Oh, Nothing Here Yet

Why don't you go browse some Comics or Editorials and pick a few to favorite?

Recent Comments

  1. androgenoide commented on Frog Applause 4 days ago

    They say that, for some people, dietary cholesterol can change blood cholesterol by up to 10% but that doesn’t mean it will have any effect at all in other people. I have to watch my cholesterol all the time. People are constantly trying to cheat me out of it.

  2. androgenoide commented on Lay Lines 5 days ago

    First one that I thought of.

  3. androgenoide commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 days ago

    The big banks and the governments they control were not happy with Iceland’s solution but the country did recover more quickly than most and left the people a little less likely to elect a Mussolini wannabe to tear the system down.BTW folks… Attacks on Trump do not equate to support for Clinton (or vice versa). Quite a few of us would have preferred to dump both of them.

  4. androgenoide commented on WuMo 23 days ago

    Democratic republics are generally referred to as democracies to differentiate them from more autocratic forms of government… but then, you knew that and just wanted to get a reaction…

  5. androgenoide commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 29 days ago

    Actually, come to think of it, it was Alexander that had an infinite number of limbs (forewarned is forearmed, giving six limbs which is an even number but still odd). His horse (Bucephalus) couldn’t have existed, as a previous proof had shown that all horses were white.

  6. androgenoide commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal about 1 month ago

    I think I still have a copy of that.

  7. androgenoide commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    That depends… If your sole objective is to vote for a winner then, yes, a third party vote is wasted. If your objective is to influence national policy, however, a third party vote will sometimes carry more weight. The ruling parties will not change to please those who already vote for them but they will sometimes tweak their platform in the hope of bringing others on board. Remember when Ross Perot taught the borrow-and-spend party to give lip service to a balanced budget?

  8. androgenoide commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    Both candidates have been caught lying, both of them have obstructed investigations into their activities, both have been party to some sort of sexual scandal and both of them are heartily disliked by a large segment of the population so what’s to choose from?Well, there’s the old-fashioned idea of testing them for qualifications, ability to do the job…My opinion, for what it’s worth, is that Trump is an accomplished con man in his own limited field but that he is no match for the high level deceit practiced in international politics. He talks tough but I suspect that the Iranis would have eaten him alive if he had tried to negotiate that treaty. Clinton, on the other hand, has lived and breathed international intrigue and domestic wheeling and dealing for some decades. Does that mean I’ll vote for her? No, I think my vote will count for more if I cast it for a third party. As I said, it’s just my opinion…

  9. androgenoide commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    I think it’s pretty clear that both candidates have lied and obstructed investigations into their wrongdoing… if we’re going to let something like that stand in the way there is no major party candidate available. They are not equally competent, however. Trump may be an accomplished con man on his own turf but he wouldn’t stand a chance in the arena of international politics… His only hope to govern successfully would be to hire someone to do the president’s job for him.

  10. androgenoide commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    I’d normally agree that the difference between the two parties is just window dressing but, in this case, there’s one candidate that’s heavily invested in a corrupt system and unlikely to change anything vs a guy who has nothing to lose if the country crashes and burns.