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  1. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Truth Facts 3 days ago

    Um… shouldn’t the last two be reversed?

  2. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Bound and Gagged 3 days ago

    Try it in a toaster oven set to broil. Fire is best, but this comes really close.

  3. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Moderately Confused 3 days ago

    That’s the art of caricature. Every line you put down is honest, except some of it gets multiplied a hundred fold.

  4. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 days ago

    What Calvin really wants is a lyrebird. Too bad they’re not native to North America.

  5. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rabbits Against Magic 9 days ago

    Was the strip not proofed correctly? It looks like panels 2 and 4 should have read “30 minutes” and “twice the speed.” Then the punchline would make more sense.

  6. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 13 days ago

    Heritage can be extremely subjective, and no one can be blamed for the unique circumstances of their upbringing. But in this day and age it is a choice to be ignorant of the full spectrum of a symbol’s history, or to know it and insist the parts of it you dislike shouldn’t matter.

  7. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 15 days ago

    I’m not so sure Peter intends to kick him out altogether for not choosing just C. His answer doesn’t automatically make the guy a racist. Everyone’s experience is subject to the circumstances surrounding them. If the Duke boys had been real people, they probably would have had little knowledge of the exact motivations that brought back the flag’s popularity when they painted it on their car (though their choice of name is a bit more telling). Still, even someone who “innocently” gives the wrong answer would probably earn a slap upside the head for living their entire life ignorant of the flag’s entire history and symbolism, as well as the greater context of its use in the last few generations.

  8. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Working Daze 16 days ago

    Just because someone’s not into something, why do they have to feel disgust when someone else enjoys it? I used to think the same way about some people, like sports fanatics and shopaholics, but then I realized it’s their life – not mine – so there’s no reason for it to affect me negatively.

  9. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Reality Check 16 days ago

    Sigh… let’s try not to confuse introversion with shyness. We introverts (1 in 3 people) may be low on social approach, but most of us are not socially avoidant. We tend to LIKE being around people, just as long as we’re not pushed to actively engage with them the entire time.

  10. Seeker149 GoComics Pro Member commented on Inherit the Mirth 17 days ago

    Just keep in mind that pointing out jackals elsewhere doesn’t make the lions any less lion-y.