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  1. Simon Seamount commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Trudeau! The correct grammar is “lying” in wait. Grin.

  2. Simon Seamount commented on Candorville 6 months ago

    Which is why I moved on and earned a masters of science in geographic information science and now I am a cartographer.

  3. Simon Seamount commented on Zen Pencils 6 months ago

    Where it says “Everyone has the right to belong to a religion,” it needs to say “Or Not” at the end.

  4. Simon Seamount commented on Candorville over 1 year ago

    This page shows how they are descended from Samuel Hinckley. So is Sarah Palin and J.P. Morgan and the John who shot Reagan.

  5. Simon Seamount commented on Scary Gary over 1 year ago

    Gary may be ashamed, by Leopold is impressed!

  6. Simon Seamount commented on Monty over 1 year ago

    I start talking about how Jesus and Mary Magdalene were married and how their descendants were all the kings and royal families who ruled Europe the past thousand years, and they get away from me as fast as they.

  7. Simon Seamount commented on Rip Haywire over 1 year ago

    Rip, you can have Breezy.

    I will take Cobra. She looks just like my wife.

  8. Simon Seamount commented on Bad Reporter almost 2 years ago

    Even the mispelling of rebuttal as rebuttle is funny

  9. Simon Seamount commented on Non Sequitur almost 2 years ago

    Every man elected President of the United States is a descendant of King Edward I of England, so we vote for our monarchs, and they reign 4 or 8 years, then we vote for the next one.

  10. Simon Seamount commented on Ted Rall about 2 years ago

    In a country with 311,000,000 people, only the descendants of King Edward I of England are winning the White House. I think this is because they are genetically predisposed toward ambition, organization, and managing countries because Edward was descended from all the kings and queens who attained power across the landscape of Europe from Lisbon to Moscow the previous 800 years going back to his ancestors the Merovingians of France.