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commented on Momma
26 days ago
If you’re referring to the (sort of) reference to “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer,” note that it’s not a George Thorogood song. It was written by Rudy Toombs and originally recorded by Amos Milburn and then by John Lee Hooker.
commented on Big Nate
6 months ago
IT LOOKS LIKE MY CAPS LOCK KEY NEEDS FIXED, TOO. HOW DO I FIX IT?
commented on Non Sequitur
11 months ago
Hilarious! You should write for Letterman or Conan or something.
commented on Tom the Dancing Bug
over 2 years ago
The Supreme Court also struck down the Missouri Compromise, upheld Presidential Executive Order 9066 (which evacuated all persons of Japanese ancestry from West Coast during WWII) and validated the fraudulent 2000 Presidential election. I’m assuming, then, you also support all of these decisions the same as the one that upholds Obamacare? Somehow I doubt that. Hypocrite.
Is your life really that pathetic that you take great pride in being the first person to leave a comment on a comic strip? Wow. Make some changes, dude.
In the Constitution, freedom of the press refers to the printing press, not the “press” as in journalists. That is a later usage of the word “press” that did not come into fashion until the early to mid-19th century. So while I normally enjoy Ruben Bolling’s work, he is way off the mark on this one.
commented on Trivquiz
about 3 years ago
It was 1969, not 1968.
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