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  1. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 9 days ago

    Kind of reminds one of the reality of war. They not only cost lives, but ruin lives – they most certainly are not number games to be taken cavalierly like a few commenters have done. My guess is they’ve never seen the horrors of war firsthand.

  2. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    Brilliant comic strip today. But gotta love the bigoted comments the Trump trolls are posting here. “After what the blacks pulled in Dallas last night Trump is a sure bet to win.” One person’s action attributed to an entire race. Good gads.

  3. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 9 months ago

    Today’s Chicago Tribune censored this Non Sequitur and published an entirely different strip. This is at least the second time the Trib has done this to Non Sequitur. It has frequently censored Doonesbury and the late, lamented Bloom County-Opus, etc from the great Berkeley Breatherd.

  4. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 9 months ago

    From your fingers to God’s ear. I wish we could count on this, but Trump, sadly, isn’t going to simply vanish. The perfect storm that could result in the election of this monster may be forming. The Democrats will be stuck with a mediocre candidate, be it Clinton (who is a lousy candidate, but capable office holder) or Sanders (who would suffer the safe electoral fate as George McGovern), a possible economic decline following the recovery, and heaven only knows what foreign surprises. The potential that the American voting public might elect the genuinely fasc*st demagogue Trump is there if everything goes wrong.

  5. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup about 1 year ago

    Well deserved reduction in work time, but so disappointing. I stumbled upon Stone Soup last spring and even though it’s been only six months, it feels like I’m losing a good friend each day. It is amazing how much comic strips insinuate themselves into your life. Having spent a lifetime seeking an end to housing discrimination and segregation in America (which I realize won’t happen in our lifetimes or our children’s lifetimes), I’ve got to say how nice it was to see a comic strip that treated all people with respect and that didn’t engage in racial stereotyping. The warmth in the relationships of your characters was a welcome respite from the today’s world of scorched-earth politics. Thank you. You’ve provided yet another reason to look forward to Sundays.

  6. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur about 1 year ago

    But the Pope IS a scientist. It’s kind of fascinating to see so many radical right wing fundamentalists attack him for speaking out on climate change. Don’t they know he’s supposed to be infallible? But I guess that’s only when he agrees with you. (Just having a good giggle about all this — I am not about to get involved in a discussion of Catholic dogma.)

  7. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury about 1 year ago

    Darn, Trudeau took the adverbs right out of my mouth.

  8. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on La Cucaracha about 1 year ago

    Donald Trump is the uncensored voice of the GOP. His fellow candidates and the rest of today’s GOP produced the atmosphere that made possible this monster called “The Donald.” As a student of the rise of the Third Reich in Germany, I’ve got to say that Mr. Trump reminds me of the thugs who led the Third Reich with the rest of the GOP rewriting history (i.e. Texas State School Board’s U.S. history curriculum as Exhibit A). It’s only a matter of time before somebody is killed by one of Trump’s followers. Trump is today’s GOP unfiltered — he’s saying exactly what the rest of the GOP is thinking, but too politic to actually say. He is the natural result of the atmosphere of hatred and bigotry the GOP has nourished and spawned.

    I’ve long thought that the GOP has shifted into that lovely territory once owned by those charming brown shirted thugs who flourished in 1920s-1940s Germany. This incident — and Donald Trump’s response — are frighteningly reminiscent of how those thugs and their charismatic leader treated Jewish people. We should be very afraid of today’s friendly fasc*sts the GOP has spawned led by their home-made monster Donald Trump.

  9. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County over 1 year ago

    Works fine on a pc. No need to actually join Facebook.

  10. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    So many miss the point about the Confederate flag and other symbols of the Confederacy. Is there any other nation on earth that allows the names of treasonous traitors who waged a civil war against the nation to be placed on buildings (public or institutional), monuments, mountainsides (Stone Mountain, GA), or streets? The leaders of the Confederacy engaged in treason and were the very definition of traitors to the United States of America. Naming buildings, streets, etc. after these traitors is an insult to every American who died to save the Union and to the nation’s African Americans whose slavery these treasonous beings sought to maintain. There is no place for their names on public property.