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  1. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 3 months ago

    Never understood why all the farm subsidies — just more socialism for the wealthy and capitalism for the poor. But thank God — and the Democrats — for social security and Medicare into which we put part of every paycheck. We’d be an entire nation of mostly poor and some wealthy without them.

  2. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    Not to get too serious — or factual — here, but I do a lot of work on zoning for recovery communities, sober living homes, group homes, and small halfway houses. I’ve got From what I’ve learned working closely with the operators of these community residences, and with all due respect to Cloddy, if somebody drives 10 pints of beer daily, that person is most definitely a practicing alcoholic.

    The alcohol – smoking connection is deep. Nearly all of the residents of every single recovery home, sober living home, and small halfway house for recovering alcoholics/drug addicts that I have visited (we’re talking scores of them), are chain smokers. Much to the consternation of the operators, they’re traded one addiction for another.

  3. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 10 months ago

    This discussion is hilariously entertaining. The # is called a pound sign in the USA simply because it has long been the symbol for pounds (as in weight). It’s as funny as people now calling a “period” a “dot.”

  4. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Eleri Mai Harris Cartoons about 1 year ago

    Sadly, back in the 1960s or 1970s the “mainstream” media made New Hampshire and Iowa into presidential primary election stars. Prior to then, they were the inconsequential primaries they deserve to be.

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

    Here’s the full story and Darrin Bell’s touching reminiscence.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/comic-riffs/post/rip-morrie-turner-cartoonists-say-farewell-to-a-friend-a-hero-a-wee-pals-pioneer/2014/01/31/9201b0ac-8a9f-11e3-916e-e01534b1e132_blog.html

  6. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on La Cucaracha over 1 year ago

    What amazes me is how the folks on the radical right support WalMart, a company that pays its workers poverty-level salaries that require them to receive public subsidies to make ends meet. Then again, the folks on the radical right would probably also like to end the public subsidizes that enable WalMart workers to survive. As usual, it’s socialism for the wealthy and capitalism for the poor.

  7. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville almost 2 years ago

    Brought a tear to my eye today. Darrin Bell has an awful lot of heart.

  8. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on La Cucaracha about 2 years ago

    Funny, but I’m tired of this unfairness in the criticism of Ben Affleck playing Tony Mendez in Argo. Mr. Mendez made it very clear in a lengthy article published in last week’s Chicago Tribune that he does not consider himself to be Hispanic. His ancestry is mixed: Irish, Italian, and Mexican. He never learned to speak Spanish. Mr. Mendez, and only Mr. Mendez, is the artibtrer of his ethnicity — and in this case he clearly feels that being of 1/3 Mexican ancestry does not trump this 2/3 European ancestry. Even Lalo Alcaraz should respect that.

  9. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury almost 3 years ago

    Brought tears to my eyes. Nicely done Mr. Trudeau— you’ve captured the thoughts of every father when he realizes his daughter is all grown up. Beautiful.

  10. dlauber GoComics Pro Member commented on La Cucaracha almost 3 years ago

    To pretend that class size does not affect learning is to ignore a wealth of research that has found that class size does affect learning. Romney’s statement just shows that he has been fully assimilated into the radical right which will never let any fact get in the way of their ideological rigidity. Today’s Republicans are just like the Communists — they think the world must function according to their political ideology even though there is no evidence that it ever could. Mind you, I’m not saying today’s GOP is Communist; it just shares that characteristic with the Communists.