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  1. Linda Von De Bur commented on Mike Luckovich 5 days ago

    So, killing children is a good thing? Please explain dumbocrats. And NO, I am not a rethuglican. I don’t like either corrupt party. Abortion is killing a created life, how is that healthy? PP has now admitted they don’t provide mammograms, so there goes one of the most basic services in providing for women’s health. “Planned” parenthood implies that people consider carefully when and if they want children and take steps to PREVENT unplanned pregnancies. So why are there so many abortions? (and don’t say rape is a reason, that number is minuscule compared to abortions performed out of inconvenience.) Could it be that men and women don’t want to be bothered with taking responsibility for their actions? This is not, or should not be, a political subject, it IS a matter of right and wrong, or more simply, LIFE AND DEATH.

  2. Linda Von De Bur commented on Jeff Danziger 7 days ago

    Not sure how you think social stability is created by having multiple partners without commitment. It is not supposed to be a demonstration of commitment. Having sex for fun rarely demonstrates a bond or stability. Look around you, is our society stable? Sexual intimacy as a component for bonding was meant to be strengthening the marriage bond. That comes from the vow of fidelity within the marriage bond. The stability is based on two people entering into a vow of matrimony, that they will NOT have multiple partners, that they are committed to one person, and thereby, guaranteeing that any children that are created out of the bond will have the stability of two parents to protect and raise them. Pregnancy is a probable outcome of sex, therefore, for the singles out there, having non-marital sex creates the consequence of a pregnancy. It is not subject to convenience, it is a fact of life. When a pregnancy occurs, you have conceived a life, and life begins at conception. Your comment is based on the false assumption that sex is merely for fun and the desire to escape the responsibilities of indiscriminate sex.

  3. Linda Von De Bur commented on Mike Luckovich 10 days ago

    Did you have your first marriage annulled by the Church? If not, you skipped an important step. For such things as spouse abuse and/or adultery, an annullment is granted and then remarriage is not a problem. I helped both a cousin, and a friend attain annullments. Both went on to remarry, with the blessing of the Church. There IS a process and its not that hard. Bet you didn’t ask the clergy about that before you got remarried?

  4. Linda Von De Bur commented on Moderately Confused 11 days ago

    Its down to two seasons, Winter and Construction. When the orange barrels come out, winter is over.

  5. Linda Von De Bur commented on Kliban's Cats 3 months ago

    Actually, it was Frank Nitty, and he wasn’t fat, but he wasn’t fluffy either. I’ll take Fat Nitty cat any day! :)

  6. Linda Von De Bur commented on Rose is Rose 3 months ago


  7. Linda Von De Bur commented on Pickles 5 months ago

    I have the same problem. A blessing and a curse…. :)

  8. Linda Von De Bur commented on Mike Luckovich 5 months ago

    Right, nice of the cartoonist to remove the real thug’s black hoodie and jeans and the brick he had in his hand prior to Momma slapping the crap out of him. And not a cop in sight while she did it. Its called destruction of property and endangering life, still a crime in these United States and those “misguided youth” are still committing crimes.

  9. Linda Von De Bur commented on Prickly City 6 months ago

    Cankle: when your calf and ankle are of the same size, most often found in women of “a certain age”, but not always. Just another way to “label” someone by a physical or personal characteristic, usually a negative one.

  10. Linda Von De Bur commented on Get Fuzzy 6 months ago

    viscous: of a liquid : thick or sticky : not flowing easily

    vicious: very violent and cruel, very dangerous, having or showing very angry or cruel feelings

    Just trying to help. :)