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  1. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff about 24 hours ago

    Jeff tried to sell one of those to Mutt yesterday before he got the job today. Oh well, I was a few days behind and am reading them backwards, so I guess they decided to accommodate me.

  2. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 15 days ago

    I thought it was called “Steve”.

  3. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen about 1 month ago

    I am neither a fan or foe of Donald Trump. I don’t particularly think he is the best or worst choice for President. However, as a candidate he is providing a valuable contribution to the American electorate, by providing a much needed wake-up call as to what is wrong with government, society and both of the major political parties. He is telling a truth that is appealing to a large portion of voters on all sides of the political landscape. I have not seen any meaningful arguments presented by his detractors; only the juvenile comments of his critics such as "clown, zombie, and the above mentioned references to his brain. Trump is an exceptional individual who has become extremely wealthy from his various real estate and construction projects, while providing thousands of jobs. I see only jealousy and envy and perhaps a bit of fear from those who ridicule him and his successes. Let’s focus on the substance of his utterances and not the bombastic manner he employs. Otherwise you are playing right into his hands, as you are not dissuading his many supporters and his message is one that has appeal to an electorate that is tired of “business as usual” in Washington.

  4. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Jen Sorensen about 1 month ago

    The fetus is a stage in the life cycle of a human being. Arguments about brain function, heart function, dependence upon the host (i.e. mother) are ludicrous. A post-natal baby is still totally dependent for its existence. Does that justify infanticide? Many severely disabled people are dependent upon others to exist. In fact, most of us are dependent in one sense or another on others for our well-being. Dependence does not nullify the existence of life. The expression “pro choice” is a shameful euphemism for abortion, designed to assuage the feelings of guilt associated with such a deplorable act. Freedom to choose is a fanciful notion that is inoperable in many aspects of a civilized society. We have no personal choice over going to school, paying taxes, driving through a red light or even being conscripted should the country, in its wisdom, enact such a requirement. If any action impacts or could impact negatively upon other’s lives, we do not have choice without consequences. Abortion impacts a life in the worst possible way; death.

  5. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz about 1 month ago

    Add to that, to, too and two, and for good measure, your and you’re (not to be confused with yore).

  6. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila about 1 month ago

    It is a comic strip. indeed, and with a touch of dark humour. I love it when a cartoonist pushes the boundaries of political correctness and makes light of mankind’s foibles. That is real reality.

  7. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila about 1 month ago

    Has her mother not thought of that one?

  8. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Jones about 1 month ago

    Your comment comes across as bigotry and stereotyping, not based on race, gender, identity etc., but instead on religion and/or political viewpoints. One can be pro or anti abortion regardless of their political or religious affiliations. Views on the death penalty vary across both spectrums and are usually dependant on the severity of the crime. Bombing of clinics is a crime regardless of the motivations, and is hardly typical of people in general regardless of their religion or politics. Finally, the so called war on poverty has proven to be unattainable, and the only guaranty of prosperity is a thriving economy.

  9. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Jones about 1 month ago

    Growing the economy, reducing the monstrous debt burden and creating productive jobs (i.e. not ones that merely grow the bureaucracy with more paper pushers) will benefit future generations far more than handouts. A study to determine how much of the growing costs of education at all levels actually benefits the student, would likely prove to be very revealing.

  10. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila about 1 month ago

    Indeed, it is one of life’s worst conundrums. Nobody seems to win, regardless of the choice made.