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Speechless by Len Borozinski

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  1. Marco Polo commented on Glenn McCoy 3 months ago

    This could be the political strip every day.

  2. Marco Polo commented on Lisa Benson 3 months ago

    @TheTrustedMechanic
    Why hasn’t decades of “democrat” policy in Chicago, Detroit, et al, ended up like the utopia that is the California you describe?

  3. Marco Polo commented on The Argyle Sweater 4 months ago

    Isn’t this joke like 10 years lateā€¦.

  4. Marco Polo commented on Jim Morin 5 months ago

    In the full exhortation, the Pope attributes a godless greed for profit at the expense of other people as the particular kind of free market that fails. He also spoke of corrupt governments, so they’re not off the hook either. http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/francesco/apost_exhortations/documents/papa-francesco_esortazione-ap_20131124_evangelii-gaudium_en.html

  5. Marco Polo commented on Reality Check 6 months ago

    Confession requires the in-person encounter. The priest, acting in the person of Christ, facilitates reconciliation as if the penitent were to go to Christ. Christ came incarnate and is perpetuated through the sacrament in a tangible way. Thus, twitter or remote “confessions” would not be a participation in the actual sacrament, although it could be edifying for spiritual advice.

  6. Marco Polo commented on Reality Check 9 months ago

    Comic not drawn to scale.

  7. Marco Polo commented on Pearls Before Swine 9 months ago

    Best one in a while. :)

  8. Marco Polo commented on Pearls Before Swine 9 months ago

    This comic would have been better if it ended with the 2nd frame. :)

  9. Marco Polo commented on Lisa Benson 10 months ago

    If forcing businesses at financial gunpoint to pay for oral contraceptives that increase liver, breast, and cervical cancer in women is “healthcare for women,” then women should probably avoid healthcare.

  10. Marco Polo commented on That is Priceless 10 months ago

    It is an atheist dogma that all religions are insane. The irony.