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  1. cforzetting commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 2 days ago

    I hope they get to wear the sword in public, and not fall afoul of some weapons law…

  2. cforzetting commented on Working Daze 6 days ago

    Unless she means an android servant of your own design to answer the phone for you – “Message for you, sir.” “Thanks, Ultron.”

  3. cforzetting commented on Luann 6 days ago

    all that’s left of their college funds…

  4. cforzetting commented on Non Sequitur 13 days ago

    There is also a clearly documented set of problems with the lack of transparency on how people are put on the ‘no-fly’ and other ‘watch lists’, which is the main reason why not only the supporters of personal gun ownership but even the ACLU feel that it is a bad mechanism to use unless it is greatly reformed. Stopping certain people from buying weapons is in general a better way to deal with crime than stopping honest people from buying certain weapons, but the method needs to be open and visible. The Pulse being a bar\club, is off-limits to concealed carriers by state law because of reasonable concerns about armed people (even with the strict checks needed for a carry permit) and booze, and that is an issue that is fairly raised. Anyway, back to your regularly scheduled satire. Hopefully, the spinoff series, ‘Super-Senator’, will feature the episode where he reports to his union bosses for his next task.

  5. cforzetting commented on Calvin and Hobbes 20 days ago

    Nice “Peanuts”-style face in panel 3

  6. cforzetting commented on Frazz 23 days ago

    Apollo was the sun god, not Zeus.

  7. cforzetting commented on Agnes 29 days ago

    “My name is Legion, for we are many.”

  8. cforzetting commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Soon Lucy will hit on the ‘Ultron’ solution

  9. cforzetting commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    ‘June’ is named for ‘Juno’, the Roman equivalent of ‘Hera’, the queen of the gods.

  10. cforzetting commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    English is difficult to learn because it is the result of a worldwide empire borrowing words from other languages and often keeping their original spellings, even though they would not have been spelled that way had they originated in England and made according to the normal spelling rules of English. ‘Knight’, for instance, comes from the German word ‘kneggit’. We’re stuck with it unless a grand reorganization of phonetic-based spelling were to take place, and even then it would result in the elimination of a lot of homonyms (‘to’, ‘too’, ‘two’, for instance – which one do we keep?)