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  1. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 2 days ago

    That’s gravity.

  2. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila 2 days ago

    Take a spin through the editorial cartoons and you will see lots of poor taste. Whether you are indignant or amused by it depends upon your political leanings. It’s all just “dark” humour, and I find Lila’s take on it to be very perceptive. This is exactly what most of us are doing most of the time while all this “news” is going on.

  3. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila 2 days ago

    We see the hunk doing Lila’s nails, but have to guess whether Boyd is “satisfied”. Judging by his expression in the first few panels, maybe not.

  4. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Betty 12 days ago

    Now that you’ve all turned me off my dinner, I guess I won’t have to go either.

  5. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila 12 days ago

    I dig Lila except for one thing. I never could understand the shoe compulsion with some women.

  6. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 14 days ago

    Gotta remember that comeback. Never know when it might come in handy.

  7. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 18 days ago

    I got here too late to get the Spanish or the rerun strip. Its now a “new” coloured one. I like the name Lefty Arsnick

  8. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 19 days ago

    He was actually asking “how big is this specific ocean?”. Just like chicken little’s “This guy is falling.”

  9. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 19 days ago

    An extremely sexist group of people. No men need apply. Get thee to a nunnery, indeed.

  10. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Jones 21 days ago

    Hobby Lobby is not interfering with anybody’s right to do whatever the hell they want. They simply do not wish to pay for something about which they have strong moral and religious convictions. They objected to just four out of twenty birth control methods, which were ones that can induce a post conception abortion.

    Advocates of abortion chant the slogan “freedom of choice” Does the right to not participate in abortion not constitute choice? Current abortion laws in most countries simply allow abortion; they do not require it.

    Many try to claim that a corporation is not a person and therefore has no rights to religious convictions etc. However, if a corporation commits a crime such as fraud, the shareholders and officers are the ones charged. The moral and ethical beliefs of a corporation have to be accepted as being those of its owners and or officers. In a closely held private corporation, this is usually the owners. Otherwise we have no right to prosecute the owners when a crime is committed.