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  1. jaxcat commented on Jeff Danziger 16 days ago

    It appears that the butt of the joke is directed not at conversion but mean spiretedly at gays, women Yankee fans, veggies. Jokes, toons, comedies should not direct their jests at the victims or the innocent, less it be appear to side with the perp.

  2. jaxcat commented on Jeff Danziger 16 days ago

    Sorry, Danziger but this toon doesn’t pass the smell test; quite offensive in a mean sort of way.

  3. jaxcat commented on Jeff Danziger 17 days ago

    To quench the thirst of the Brits/Londoners for their local libation is enough to challenge Mike’s wealth Might return him to the status of just being an ordinary millionaire.

  4. jaxcat commented on Jeff Danziger 28 days ago

    All those guys well might be Judases, but Jeb as Christ like no way in hades will voters buy that political ad/spin. It is too laugh.

  5. jaxcat commented on Mike Luckovich 2 months ago

    Huh! Drunk with power are the male members of that not so august Court.

  6. jaxcat commented on Rob Rogers 3 months ago

    Alienate, ha. The correct adjective would be nothing satisfies that ally. They get away with murder thanks to us.

  7. jaxcat commented on Jeff Danziger 3 months ago

    But what other fun do the Catholic poor have? And it makes for a larger credulous flock for the hierarchy to abuse.

  8. jaxcat commented on Jeff Danziger 3 months ago

    dizzyzwizzy3030, she was responding to the State of the Union speech by offering her conservative ideology. That is fair game. Gad, you conservatives confusing your (non) policies with your character (nonexistant) character, means we are in deep doo-doo as one of your own so eloquently determined.

  9. jaxcat commented on Rob Rogers 3 months ago

    Zip, when we stop giving away the family store to billionaire faux farmers.

  10. jaxcat commented on Pat Oliphant 3 months ago

    Well, Mr. John Locke.; you are definitely a kind soul who could never find the descriptive adjective," vicious", in any way connected with his name; “killer” humor, though, a serious maybe. Cheers.