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  1. Robert Haacke commented on Ziggy about 1 year ago

    It’s interesting how immature “adult” language is.

  2. Robert Haacke commented on F Minus about 1 year ago

    As I suspected yoga is hell.

  3. Robert Haacke commented on Red and Rover almost 2 years ago

    I wonder what would happen if you put an unstamped envelope in the mail with the address you actually wanted to send it to in place of the return address.

  4. Robert Haacke commented on One Big Happy almost 2 years ago

    I use the same line but with an aircraft carrier.

  5. Robert Haacke commented on Soup to Nutz about 2 years ago

    They did have the concept of land ownership as members of other tribes often found out when they trespassed in their territories.

  6. Robert Haacke commented on Bound and Gagged about 2 years ago

    Someone fell down the stairs at Chichen Itza and died. Now, they don’t let anyone on them.

  7. Robert Haacke commented on 9 to 5 about 2 years ago

    At least two of us understand that anyway.

  8. Robert Haacke commented on Soup to Nutz over 2 years ago

    @Night-Gaunt49. I’m not a Republican. And, yes, it is immoral to force people to do things against their will. If you are concerned about the less fortunate then go and help them. If you are not willing to use your own time and money then how much do you really care?

  9. Robert Haacke commented on The Humble Stumble over 2 years ago

    Doesn’t matter which vacuum you buy. They all suck.

  10. Robert Haacke commented on The K Chronicles over 2 years ago

    Never vote for anyone who says they are going to create jobs. The government doesn’t create jobs. Any tax money they use to pay a worker has to be taken from some other worker. That worker would have spent the money on something for him or herself which would have resulted in just as many jobs being created. Hence, the government doesn’t create jobs. It just moves them from industries the people like into areas that it prefers.