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commented on Tom the Dancing Bug
13 days ago
Creating the impression that a controversy exists… It’s a technique that has always worked well for trial lawyers. All the defense has to do is to convince 12 people to momentarily suspend their common sense.
commented on Skin Horse
15 days ago
Shocking bad hat, I’d say. No relation to the trap door alligator, of course.
commented on Tom the Dancing Bug
21 days ago
I think I’d want to be cautious about treating this comic as an attack on Christianity. It attacks Biblical Literalism, of course, but THAT is hardly a mainstream Christian belief. On the other hand, I CAN see Young Earth Creationism as being an attack on the core beliefs of Christianity. The way the media portrays Literalism and Creationism as if they were typical of Christian beliefs does tend to discredit the religion and you would think more believers would be offended…
commented on Frank & Ernest
26 days ago
You seem to assume that corporations are not the enemies of free enterprise…That may be a debatable point.
commented on Non Sequitur
27 days ago
If you listen to what they say the Democrats and Republicans appear to be very different parties. If you watch what they do it’s almost impossible to tell the difference. My best guess is that they have an agreement between them that allows one party to use a certain set of words while the other party is granted the rights to a different set of words. It allows the ‘fiscally responsible’ party to borrow money so they won’t have to raise taxes. It allows the ‘people’s party’ to funnel money to special interests. It allows each of them to have a ‘brand’ without having to rock the boat.
The increasingly divisive and shortsighted political climate of the past half-century has certainly created an electorate composed of people who are willing to vote their own interests at the expense of others. Voting, however, only allows for a choice of the items on the ballot and those choices have been carefully selected by those who can buy wholesale lots of political influence. Yes, the poor would certainly vote for free bread if it were offered but there’s little danger of that. The way the system works, the goodies will flow to those who already have the most.
commented on Heavenly Nostrils
28 days ago
iTunes will sell you an mp3 of that for only $.99https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/433/id406490689(check out the reviews) but Amazon UK has reduced the price on their copies… (used to be $.99 also)http://www.amazon.co.uk/433-John-Cage/dp/B002CED9EG
commented on Incidental Comics
30 days ago
Is anyone here familiar with Dresden Codak? I’m thinking of the episode in which Kimiko gets a job working in her dreams but the men in black shut her down for violation of federal labor laws and she discovers she can’t afford to sleep.
Number 2 is the one that I’ve had most often… In the backseat of a moving car, just able to reach the steering but no way to reach the brake or ignition…Number three? Not so much. I’m more likely to fly than to fall…. Of course there are those times when I can’t maintain altitude and start drifting toward the ground.
commented on Frazz
about 1 month ago
Or the Museum of Retrotechnology…
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