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  1. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 3 minutes ago

    And Clancy lowered it.

  2. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 1 day ago

    Is that a gilded cage, like in the song?

  3. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 5 days ago

    It’s probably because they have to eat Michelle’s nutritional school lunches. It’s all homogeneous now.

  4. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 5 days ago

    The dollar amounts are written in a slightly different style than the rest of the dialogue. I wonder how much that cat was worth when this strip originally ran.

  5. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on The Meaning of Lila 6 days ago

    What about Nancy’s aunt Fritzi?

  6. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 7 days ago

    Then there are the legal commercials that tell you “if you experience any of a long list of side effects, which includes death, you should contact them, because you may be entitled to a nice settlement.:” They don’t say what you might use it for.

  7. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 14 days ago

    I guess he was one of them numismatists.

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

    I love panels 2 and 3. These days you don’t see too many people standing on the street reading a newspaper like Mutt in panel 2. The way he is drawn looking at Jeff is priceless. Even better is the way he appears in panel 3 to be peaking out from behind the back wall of panel 4. He is both in the scene and behind it.

  9. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Morin 20 days ago

    Incorporation allows the shareholder “limited” liability for the debts of the corporation. Thus if an incorporated business fails and cannot meet its debts owing to suppliers and other creditors, the individual shareholder is not liable. This freedom from liability does not extend to actions of the corporation that could be considered criminal and does not necessarily extend to any other civil “damage” claims.

    Of course, a corporation cannot have “religious convictions” by itself, but those who own, direct and work for that corporation do and are the ones responsible for determining the moral and ethical direction of the corporation’s actions. In a closely held corporation, that is the shareholders who are usually also the officers and primary employees.

    Why can’t such issues be discussed without resort to insults and attacks on the beliefs of others?

  10. pbuckland GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Morin 20 days ago

    Corporations are considered to be “individuals” or “persons” for taxation purposes, depending upon the jurisdiction. Furthermore, corporations are also subject to laws covering criminal or civil wrongdoings. Officers of corporations who commit criminal acts can be charged as acting on behalf of such corporations. An individual or family owned corporation is basically an extension of those individuals. If they can be held responsible for the actions of their corporations, including the payment of taxes and being the moral and ethical voice of their corporations, then they should have the right as well as the responsibility, within the constitution and other laws, to run their corporation according to their own beliefs, religious or otherwise.