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9 Chickweed Lane by Brooke McEldowney

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  1. Gorbag42 commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    You may disagree with the Tea Party’s principles, but at least they have them.

  2. Gorbag42 commented on Pearls Before Swine 15 days ago

    Refusing to support all 700 channels when you only want one is like refusing to pay for the ‘social contract’ of supporting your 700 neighbors who want government services but you’re the only one with a professional job. So buck up, sissypants.

  3. Gorbag42 commented on Pearls Before Swine 26 days ago

    You can’t be truly happy without a Ferrari.

  4. Gorbag42 commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    The limbs are twice as long on the right side as the left. That’s one seriously damaged dead guy outline. I wonder if (s)he were born that way…

  5. Gorbag42 commented on Moderately Confused 4 months ago

    If the middle class were killed off, who does Stahler think voted out the republicrats? The reality is – today’s republican party has more in common with Kennedy’s administration than with Lincoln’s.

  6. Gorbag42 commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    "Bagger"s just want a smaller government. Why is that crazy? You want crazy, look at how the new NYC mayor wants to shut down decent schools for the poor to help his union buddies.

  7. Gorbag42 commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    Seriously? Do you know just how much the next generation supercollider is going to cost?

  8. Gorbag42 commented on Zen Pencils 5 months ago

    Unfortunately, this attitude yields both the best and the worst in us. This is the call to jihad.

  9. Gorbag42 commented on Non Sequitur 5 months ago

    Democracy: two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner.

  10. Gorbag42 commented on Non Sequitur 5 months ago

    @Beleck3 – I don’t think the parties are differentiated on the basis of rich and poor – there are plenty of very very rich Demos. The real difference is that one party generally thinks what one has should be the product of what one earns, and the other thinks everything should be based on entitlements to what the government thinks you should have. Rich folks who inherited their wealth are more likely to think that than those who have had to earn their way to the top 1%.