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

    Nothing new under the sun-back in the early 60s, my grandmother’s house was taken by the state to pay for her “old age care”. Fortunately I was not modernized (read track to the shack out back) that no one wanted it so we were able to “purchase” it back and I still live there today (after a $100,000 plus for modern luxuries such as indoor plumbing and insulation. The government actively discourages saving for retirement with the current crop of bipartisan fools in Washington figuring out ways to screw people who sacrificed and saved for their retirement out of their fair share of social security to support all of the spendthrifts and deadbeats who don’t have the proverbial pot nor the requisite window. The grasshoppers are jealous of the ants for striving to get ahead-can we say that if your successful you didn’t accomplish it on your own? Of course the redistribution of wealth doesn’t affect the rich, famous, or powerful-we can protest for a fair wage at fast food chains, railing at the greed of corporations but are strangely silent about paying millions per year to some jock who can do tricks with a ball or the pretty, often vacuous/fatuous face in entertainment.

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

    Unfortunately the people who are represented are the ones with an axe to grind or an agenda to push. The vast majority remain silent until after the election, when they loudly proclaim that “I didn’t vote for that idiot.” conveniently overlooking the fact that they didn’t vote for the alternative either. A concerted effort to get a group of people to vote a specific way is oftentimes more effective than any effort at ballot box stuffing. Perhaps we would have better voter turnout if the choice “none of the above” was required on the ballot-probably win by a landslide.

  3. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 10 days ago

    “A small sheep’s head is all I seek, and leave the eyes in so it will see us through the week” B. Hill, Pepy’s Diary.

  4. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 11 days ago

    In answer to Night Gaunt’s question from yesterday-Check out the June 2005 section of the archives. (or buy the complete Ozy & Millie two volume set still available on LuLu) the story arc gets interesting about June 9th when karma wields the shears-surely you didn’t think Ozy would…Felicia maybe, but not Ozy.

  5. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 12 days ago

    I believe that has happened to Millie as well.

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

    Well, stripes are slimming but which type-vertical or horizontal?

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

    Definitely-best calming experience I’ve had is watching the ocean waves come ashore at night when all is quiet. Don’t get to do it very often living in Indiana though.

  8. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 16 days ago

    Glad Marigold made the summary comment-too many kids today already feel as if they are superior and awesome and do not have to care what others think. Self-esteem is best taken in small doses interspersed with large doses of reality. Nurture the inner unicorn but don’t let it become a glutton. Great work on Marigold’s zen position.

  9. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 24 days ago

    Precocious purveyor of pratfalls? What would you include on Millie’s resume’?

  10. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 24 days ago

    Peripatetic Provider of Problems?