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  1. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    bigpuma – I don’t pretend to understand what is driving you to read Frazz when you seem to hate it. It does seem telling that you accuse both Mallett and me of ‘acting superior’ (superciliousness) when neither of us is trying to do so. (And I can’t avoid seeing your comments if I want to look at the comments at all – you can avoid looking at Frazz.)

  2. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    bigpuma – You know you don’t have to read the strip if you don’t want to. Seems like it’s causing you more stress and anxiety than you really need.

  3. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    Olongapojoe – ? Obama has used his veto nine times. (Plus one pocket.) Are you talking about Grover Cleveland or something?

  4. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 4 months ago

    whitet3260 – It doesn’t mean decapitation. It means being throw out a window.

  5. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 months ago

    ragtime78rpm – You’d need to make a logical argument to get a logical response. You posted a non-sequitur tangent that included a conspiracy theory – sarcasm and mockery are the appropriate response.

  6. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 9 months ago

    That’s a common mistake. The actual motto is, “Live, Freeze, or Die.”

  7. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 10 months ago

    The debate with Bill Buckley is particularly interesting these days: Unborn vs. Undead!

  8. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 1 year ago

    What version of eenie-meenie is he using? Most common versions have an even number of beats, and thus always end up on the opposite person from the one started with (assuming two people).

  9. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio almost 2 years ago

    Why is the run always gone?

  10. Alex Broadhead GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom the Dancing Bug almost 2 years ago

    “Obviously this comic strip is trying to present a narrative which establishes that Michael Brown and people like him are just innocent victims of trigger-happy racists.”

    Or, perhaps, that the rules for black men are often very different than the rules for white men? It seems entirely possible that Michael Brown is not the best case to hold up to demonstrate this idea, but there are unfortunately plenty of other cases.

    I’m quite comfortable accepting this cartoon as an example of ‘how leftists think’; I really hope your reply isn’t a good example of how rightists think – generalizing from a single case that there is no greater problem.