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  1. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz about 1 month ago

    I always liked the hymn “Love Lipton Tea” and of course the one that mentions God by his first name, “Andy walks with me and he talks with me…”

  2. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Barn about 1 month ago

    Money doesn’t buy happiness— but neither does poverty.

  3. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home 5 months ago

    Uh-oh. Horizon Dental is an actual business. Better contact your lawyers, John

  4. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Herman 5 months ago

    Hey, I would be thrilled if I could get that close to the hole.

  5. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo 7 months ago

    I like Dilbert’s Dogbert philosophy:
    Knowledge is Power. But power corrupts. And corruption is a crime. And Crime doesn’t pay. Conclusion: If you keep reading, you’ll go broke.

  6. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 8 months ago

    I propose we start an organization called LTAP. It stands for Lie to a Pollster. Its goal is to increase the error rate of polls from 3 percent + or – to about 50 percent + or minus. If it is successful, the politicians would have to give their own opinions instead of parroting back to us what they think we want to hear.

  7. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Born Loser 9 months ago

    If I give a lottery ticket as a gift, I always buy the same numbers on a separate ticket for myself. That way, I can truthfully say: “I really hope you win”. I have been know to give someone an already scratched off losing ticket and say “I bought you a lottery ticket. Sorry you didn’t win”

  8. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Cornered 10 months ago

    What would be really scary is if St. Peter said to the nun, “And that’s ALL you did?”

  9. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 11 months ago

    I once had an obnoxious boss who no one liked. He had a prime parking space. One of my friends regularly “salted” his car with bread. Often, our boss would find an impressive amount of bird poop on his car. No matter where he changed his parking, he still got bombed. I don’t think he ever figured it out.

  10. kdale8338 GoComics Pro Member commented on Animal Crackers 11 months ago

    My dad always said that babies and politicians need to be changed often—-and for the same reason.