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  1. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    Bravo, Wiley, Bravo. The length of today’s Comments column is proof positive of how spot-on you are. It’s just sad that there are so many narrow-minded people who cannot stand to see their own beliefs being lampooned here.

  2. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    @Zstimman: It’s not anti-Christian, it’s anti-bigot. Sadly far too many people who profess to be followers of Christianity get these concepts mixed up.

  3. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 11 days ago

    “Cafteria”?

  4. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 16 days ago

    Who is “Stacy” that the street is named after?

  5. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 29 days ago

    I work for a “Rita” in the real world. WD provides perspective which keeps me sane. And yes, my “Rita” — who became a first time grandmother last November — certainly IS a much nicer person in social settings than she is as a boss.

  6. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 2 months ago

    Very impressive that you got this knocked out and posted so fast.

  7. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    “Are you okay”
    The girl just sobbed.
    “They threw me out”, she murmured, “Because I’m different”.
    “What’s your name, Hon?” asked the gentle voice.
    “Tara”, she answered.
    “How are you different, Tara?”
    “I don’t like to steal or beg like the other kids. Hugh says I have to, ’tho, cause everyone has to help.”
    “What do you like to do?”
    “Garden.”
    “Then garden you will, once the snow has let up. In the meantime there are lots of other chores you can do, and none involve stealing or begging.”
    Tara lifted her head and looked at the her rescuer. What she saw amazed her.
    The woman was middle-aged, and had on homespun clothes. But it was her eyes that held Tara, for they seemed both young and old, wild and wise all at the same time.
    “Who are you?” she asked.
    The people around here call me ‘Gaea’, but I’ve had many names.

  8. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover 3 months ago

    Nice “Norman Rockwell Self Portrait” tribute in panel 3!

  9. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Over the Hedge 4 months ago

    This same joke about an old woman telling them they’d “bleed sugar” was done a few years ago, or at least a very closely similar gag line.

  10. davinort2000 GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover 5 months ago

    Very good art work today!