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  1. ROLtheWolf commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    They’re mostly not babies.

  2. ROLtheWolf commented on Arlo and Janis 9 months ago

    What bothers me the most: that our government is spending BILLIONS to gather impossibly huge piles of data, and the bigger the piles, the less they will ever be able to sort out to actually protect us from harm. It’s a huge waste of money, and it only serves to ultimately be abused by creeps on staff who want to stalk an ex-girlfriend or celebrity – or gather blackmail on politicians who oppose the NSA.

  3. ROLtheWolf commented on Doonesbury 9 months ago

    You mean if you’re pursuing Math or Sciences, because an expensive college is only useful for the connections you make, and with a BA, connections are all you’ll have that’s of much use.

  4. ROLtheWolf commented on Doonesbury 10 months ago

    I’ve read every Doonesbury ever made up to todays and Gary Trudeau has always been a liberal. You must have changed or lost your sense of humor.

  5. ROLtheWolf commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 11 months ago

    It is spoofing Christianists. Namely the Republican Party and how it is obsessed with a narrow “old-testament” view of God.

  6. ROLtheWolf commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 11 months ago


  7. ROLtheWolf commented on Doonesbury 11 months ago

    Here’s some more photos from that funeral trip that don’t support your narrative, troll.


  8. ROLtheWolf commented on Tom the Dancing Bug over 1 year ago

    I find the internet is just as much a time-thief, but I love it so much, I can’t stay mad at it.

  9. ROLtheWolf commented on Doonesbury over 1 year ago

    My wife delivered 2 vaginally in Massachusetts.

  10. ROLtheWolf commented on Arlo and Janis over 1 year ago

    I’ve been waiting for this. Movies are really best watched at home, but theater is really the best date. Even lousy community stuff is pretty entertaining.

    As THESEUS said in Midsummer Night’s Dream:

    “The kinder we, to give them thanks for nothing.
    Our sport shall be to take what they mistake:
    And what poor duty cannot do, noble respect
    Takes it in might, not merit.”