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  1. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Zack Hill 3 days ago

    I don’t understand what you mean by that. I typically have a great experience using Snopes. Their articles provide concise descriptions of the topic, multiple points of view, and links to all available sources. Usually the material is arranged chronologically to provide a decent timeline of how the story unfolded. And new information is frequently added, especially when it has an impact on the True/False verdict. Sure, they may not have the vast resources of a large journalistic enterprise, but what they do have they use with more integrity and far less bias than nearly anyone else online. If you have a reasoned analysis to justify your seemingly negative opinion of Snopes, I’m sure many readers would appreciate the information. However, bundling an assumed premise with an ad hominem attack does not sound like a very sound argument.

  2. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 12 days ago

    …news network pollsters?

  3. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Zack Hill 20 days ago

    It does irk me when they ask, I say no, and instead of NOT PRINTING ONE the machine spits out a receipt that goes straight to the trash!

  4. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on WuMo 20 days ago

    They DID make “Friends” for the present day. Except instead of Facebook addicts, their characters are mostly academics with diverse interests and personalities. And with its latest renewal, it will run at least as many seasons as the older series. Way funnier too, especially since Courtney Cox wouldn’t have been able to pull off a good “Bazinga!”

  5. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Truth Facts 21 days ago

    The negative y-axis is typically the realm of those who claim to “look” at the science, but skip analyzing any in-depth research and can probably not name a single scientific journal. Most of their time is spent time feeding their confirmation bias by reading pre-packaged bites of loosely correlated data, wrapped in the shiny ribbon of pithy remarks or analogies. I have engaged in serious discussions with people who really DO know some science and still doubt the existence of manmade climate change. Unfortunately, not one has persisted for very long with independent thinking. The justifiable science – scarce enough to begin with – runs out quickly, and soon all they have can do is parrot the more common denier tropes. At that point, I hand them a figurative cracker by finding a way to change the subject before they look too ignorant.

  6. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Truth Facts 21 days ago

    The key to maximum overlap is to start with a single layer of nachos and carefully drizzle cheese on it in thin ribbons. Repeat until you have a lovely, glistening heap, or until the person waiting behind you loses their patience.

  7. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Truth Facts 21 days ago

    It’s all in the delivery. Try an enthusiastic “Awwww yeah!”

  8. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Truth Facts 21 days ago

    Wait, is Microsoft really Apple’s competitor nowadays? More like the mass of Android manufacturers. And like all religions, once their prophet died and they had no new “revelations,” adherents did not disperse, but have instead became even more fanatical.

    As for extratall’s comment: lol, nice troll fail!

  9. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on WuMo 21 days ago

    Sure beats the typical argument:
    “Something I heard and misunderstood…
    Something I watched presented out of context…
    Something ‘your mom’ did!…”

  10. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on WuMo 21 days ago

    Standing a bit too close to the demo of the spin cycle?