A Recent Favorite:

Uh Oh, Nothing Here Yet

Why don't you go browse some Comics or Editorials and pick a few to favorite?

Recent Comments

  1. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 14 hours ago

    Is it just me, or has this comic really gone downhill?

  2. MaxStarmanJones commented on Nancy Classics about 14 hours ago

    I continue to be amazed at the huge classroom size in 1955. What is that? A 100/1 student/teacher ratio?

  3. MaxStarmanJones commented on Brewster Rockit about 14 hours ago

    They were going to put Eleanor Roosevelt, but everyone thought it was Jimmy Carter.

  4. MaxStarmanJones commented on Arlo and Janis 1 day ago

    That fourth panel is what really steams me. If Arlo had said that to Janis, people would be screaming about it. A man hits a woman, same thing. He insults her body or her sexual performance, same thing. And all of these are wrong. I’ve got no problem with that.

    But when a woman does any of these things to a man, it is supposed to be funny, or at the least, understandable.

    Talk about a double standard.

  5. MaxStarmanJones commented on Peanuts Begins 3 days ago

    I agree that vintage Schulz was in the 60s, but you have to admit that he kept his “breaking stuff” through the seventies and maybe into the 80s and still had a good knuckleball right into 2000.

    Like GuiltyBystander says, even on his worst days, we was worth the time it takes to read his panel.

    I am amazed at how all the greatest cartoonists, including people like Watterson say that Schulz was the best ever.

  6. MaxStarmanJones commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 days ago

    Of all that Heinlein did, “Starman Jones” was my favorite. I re-read it at least once a year. Regarding your other post, the “conservative” estimate is that an average galaxy like ours has over 100 billion stars. An equally conservative estimate is that there are at least 100 billion galaxies like ours in the known universe.

    If somehow, someone could “divvy up” the known galaxies to the people of earth, everybody would be able to have about fourteen of them.

  7. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 days ago

    Su Daocheng has no friends, no cable TV, and no internet.

  8. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 days ago

    I was also thinking of the United States, which has several Indian nations within its borders.

  9. MaxStarmanJones commented on Random Acts of Nancy 3 days ago

    Mark Trail when he was younger and in prep school.

  10. MaxStarmanJones commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 days ago

    Not preaching to anyone, just talking about my favorite subject (note my name), and looking at the literary value of Psalm 8:3-4:

    Ps 8:3 ΒΆ When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained;
    4 What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?