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  1. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 6 days ago

    Now maybe if she convinced Timulty to go along with her….

  2. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 6 days ago

    Is it possible that this was just a humongous yank on Phoebe’s chain? Marigold’s expression has a high degree of satisfied certainty in the first panel or as Tex Avery would say via Droopy “Jokes over now folks, move along.”

  3. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse 7 days ago

    Ahhh, if only it were so easy in real life.

  4. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 15 days ago

    He’s running in 2016?

  5. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 16 days ago

    Absolutely right-anyone who has social interaction with a medical or law enforcement professional will soon realize that the sick sense of humor about the horrific things we sometimes encounter help us cope with the unbelievable and maintain a degree of sanity. .

  6. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 16 days ago

    “One death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic.” J. Stalin.
    As a society we have been so inundated with catastrophes and “tragedies” in our entertainment (movies, television, video games), that we have become inured and insensitive to the impact of events. Many people have not grasped the concept that real life does not include a “do-over” or “reset”. I encounter this frequently as a nurse-people do incredibly thoughtless things, injure themselves or others and then become upset that the medical profession can not restore them to how they were before. My favorites in this group include the grandparents who think it is fun to let the toddler sit on their lap while they are mowing the lawn and then become upset when the child needs multiple reconstructive surgeries and attendant pain and distress to repair the damage caused by grandpa’s fun bonding activity. We see three or four of these a year and we are not a major medical center.

  7. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 16 days ago

    Absolutely, unfortunately today any personal misfortune equates to tragedy. Albert Ellis speaks to this with his version of the Whiffenpoof Song. We have become a nation addicted to dramatic over-reaction to the slightest thwarting of our desires with a display of “end of the world” theatrics.

  8. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 21 days ago

    You shouldn’t have started it back then Marigold-once a cat finds a toy, it is hers forever. Nice to see Gladys again.

  9. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 29 days ago

    The difference is that organized crime is actually organized, government is more of a free for all, pandering to groups promising a quid pro quo (votes in exchange for taxpayer largesse for their pet project.). Also, mob methods are much less brutal, quick and once done, it is done-the government tends to leave you hanging and uses the bureaucracy to nibble you to death. Anyone up for an IRS audit or an EPA consent-decree?

  10. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie about 1 month ago

    Another sterling example of a law the sun should set on. About the only purpose the tag has anymore is to provide warranty coverage (at least according to the one I have-removal of the tag invalidates the warranty). Does the constabulary inspect all mattresses placed at the curb for trash for an intact tag? Good catch on the hat U-Jean-I had to go back and look-didn’t catch this in the book either.