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  1. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury about 3 years ago

    I want a T-Shirt that says “Sorkh Razil” or perhaps “Sorkh Razil lost my $50million”

  2. awaysaway commented on Glenn McCoy about 3 years ago

    Weak cartoon. “Class warfare” is a GOP sound bite and so this is just confusing.

  3. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury about 3 years ago

    Joanie is going to Massachusetts to help Elizabeth Warren (of consumer financial watchdog fame) run for Senator. The thread was there in earlier strips.

  4. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury over 3 years ago

    In the earliest Doonesbury’s, Mike D used to have his own inner monologue and fantasy existence. This is sort of the same… except more dillusional and so a little sadder for poor Jeff.

  5. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury over 3 years ago

    I suspect it is Honey and not “honey”. Ms Honey Huan was Duke’s companion – maybe she knows Roland.

  6. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury over 3 years ago

    Packing a gun may make you feel safe – it just makes it more dangerous for the rest of us. The statistics are irrefutable. And anecdotally – how often do you hear of some John Wayne want-to-be really saving the day? The logic used to justify carrying a gun in public requires Olympics class gymnastics.

  7. awaysaway commented on Mike Luckovich over 3 years ago

    Very clever toon

  8. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury over 3 years ago

    “propagandizing” – Really?. Saying that good people get hurt in war is hardly propaganda. The mental impact of war is definitely a theme of Trudeau’s coverage of our recent wars.

  9. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury over 3 years ago

    Please do NOT encourage Gladly. We used to get his Apartheid non sequiturs every day (its to do with US foreign policy, Palestine, etc.)

  10. awaysaway commented on Doonesbury over 3 years ago

    palin drome - I have to disagree with the idea of a century of jihadist warfare. If politicians believe it then it becomes self fulfilling. But it is both avoidable and unlikely.