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  1. emptc12 commented on Mike Luckovich 1 day ago

    I am “my elders,” and we aren’t as wonderful as we think we are. Anyway, how much work is done by each supreme’s young assistants? It’s not the respect that’s important (by others their own age and loyal students?) but the comprehension and flexibility to rapidly changing times: My opinion. Translation: No justice starts over the age of 60, and a 20-year limit. I expect to be slammed on that.

  2. emptc12 commented on Steve Kelley 1 day ago

    Well, maybe I was unfair to Chris Wallace. I think he did as well as was possible in his job as moderator. At times, he should have thrown at least a spitball at Trump and Clinton to get them to stop talking past their limits.

  3. emptc12 commented on Clay Bennett 1 day ago

    I had always liked “wordless” cartoons by the past great cartoonists. Bennett well carries on the tradition.

  4. emptc12 commented on Mike Luckovich 1 day ago

    You make a good point. And the traditional labels need to be re-defined at intervals. Is it time to put an upper age limit to supreme court members? At the speed social matters change these days, the older judges are sometimes far out of sync with issues of the times. Yes, I think the Constitution is to some extent a “living document,” and I know some people don’t. It sometimes needs tweaking and even judicious upgrades.

  5. emptc12 commented on Jeff Stahler 2 days ago

    Everybody should read that story, at least once. And “The Silly Season,” too.

  6. emptc12 commented on Signe Wilkinson 2 days ago

    Once again, the Red Laugh triumphs, and the dogs of war are feasting.

  7. emptc12 commented on Clay Jones 2 days ago

    Dare the Emmy committee nominate Alec Baldwin for an award next year?

  8. emptc12 commented on Jeff Danziger 2 days ago

    A classic Danziger cartoon! I laughed ’til I got tears in my eyes, then I fell backward and got tears in my ears.

  9. emptc12 commented on Brian McFadden 2 days ago

    So THAT’S what happened to Dr. Moriarty!

  10. emptc12 commented on Brian McFadden 3 days ago

    James Arness played the humanoid vegetable in his pre- “Gunsmoke” days. The “intelligent carrot” comment was made by the news reporter along on the expedition. My friends and I often quote it as a hokey throw-away line of dialog. And what famous director made the movie, and what special dialog technique did he use? Oh, and “Keep watching the skies…”