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  1. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 4 days ago

    Hmmm…. I spent just under 23 years as a government employee wearing a military uniform, and now collect a government pension. Please accept my profound apologies for my leeching.

  2. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 6 days ago

    Yeah, he snatched that defeat it by following the treaty that Lord Cheney negotiated and Shrub signed in 2008 that forced our troops out of Iraq — conveniently under the next president’s watch.

  3. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 6 days ago

    Groucho and Chico had nothing on Darby. Outstanding dialogue with consecutive laugh-out-loud panels!

  4. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Rose is Rose 6 days ago

    True, many species of larch are deciduous conifers. Also several varieties of cypress..
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    Probably would have been more accurate if the OP had said “evergreen” instead.

  5. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City 6 days ago

    Dang, BZ, I made a very similar comment before I read yours. Then I had to delete it. Nicely done!

  6. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 6 days ago

    Off-track? Probably so. Can’t or won’t understand? Incorrect. As a former have-not who is now a mostly-have, I understand the entitled haves much better than the haves understand the have-nots.
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    And I certainly understand the income inequality better than some of my compatriots in the C-suite, when profits margins have trebled, executive compensation has quadrupled, and front-line wages have lost ground against the cost of living. That’s what the comic means by the “inequality” the peasants are rioting against.
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    I’m very worried about the long-term effects of wage suppression — it’s great for the steel manufacturer to hold down wages, until the steel workers can’t afford to buy cars, forcing a drop in demand for steel.
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    Henry Ford knew that paying employees enough to buy the product they were making was not only sustainable but led to economic growth. Too bad too many business leaders have forgotten (or never learned) that lesson.

  7. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 7 days ago

    Texas doesn’t provide free IDs; that’s why Ginsberg dissented from the ruling allowing their voter ID law last week — she opined that requiring people to pay a fee to obtain an ID in order to vote was the same as a poll tax. The full court allowed the law; the conservatives because they agreed with it and two of the liberals because they stated they didn’t believe in changing voting laws immediately before an election.

  8. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City 7 days ago

    Oooh — RR and Isla, I thought I was as hard on Nabby as anyone, but you folks are even harder… I thought similar thoughts, but didn’t have the heart to type them out.

  9. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 7 days ago

    Mitt Romney received a creative writing assignment in 6th grade for a Christmas story, and decided to write about a poor family getting their Christmas wish.
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    His story started, “Once there was a very poor family. Everyone in the family was poor. The father was poor. The mother was poor. The children were poor. The cooks and the maids were poor. The chauffeur was poor. Even the nanny was poor……”

  10. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse 8 days ago

    Excellent response!