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  1. Armitage72 commented on Glenn McCoy 13 days ago

    If the Affordable Care Act is working so badly, then the Republicans who designed it back in 1993 should have done a better job.
    The individual mandate was even their idea.

  2. Armitage72 commented on Over the Hedge 18 days ago

    In the news yesterday I saw a story about identical twins whose skeletal remains were found sitting in their recliners, where they had been since they both died three years ago.
    All I could think of was the recliner guys from Over the Hedge.

  3. Armitage72 commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    All of the pills are actually marketed as “nutritional supplements”, so there’s no legal requirement to inform anyone of side effects or drug interactions.
    You know, the products that always have the fine print “This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”
    Despite the clear claims to treat an illness.

  4. Armitage72 commented on Lio 2 months ago

    Mark Rogers, the author and illustrator of the Samurai Cat books, died on February 2nd.
    A tribute?


  5. Armitage72 commented on Lio 3 months ago

    There’s a fairly widespread internet meme gif using that same picture and captioned with “I’m not saying it’s aliens…but it’s aliens.”
    That seems to be his general attitude.
    Stonehenge? Aliens.
    Pyramids? Aliens.
    Milk went bad before the expiration date? Aliens.

  6. Armitage72 commented on Monty 4 months ago

    I’m expressing my opinion of this comic.
    I’m noting that comics are a visual medium.
    I’m suggesting that “showing” is a more effective storytelling method than “telling”.
    Tongue-in-cheek,obviously, but the amount of text devoted to describing the action in the first two panels seems a bit excessive.

  7. Armitage72 commented on Monty 4 months ago

    The Ghost of Christmas Past was described as androgynous in the novel, resulting in the character being portrayed by both men and women in various film adaptations, starting with Ann Rutherford in 1938.
    The Ghost of Christmas Present was a woman in the Bill Murray movie “Scrooged”.

  8. Armitage72 commented on Matt Bors 4 months ago

    They don’t have to demand it because most insurance already covers Viagra.
    Unlike birth control pills, which provide numerous medical benefits for women beyond preventing pregnancy, Viagra serves one purpose: helping old men have sex.
    Which one is more frivolous?

  9. Armitage72 commented on Matt Bors 4 months ago

    You never hear these same groups complaining about insurance covering Viagra.

  10. Armitage72 commented on Glenn McCoy 5 months ago

    The Republican obsession with Obamacare suggests that they believe that the ACA is going to work out in the long run. If they genuinely, confidently felt that it was going to fail, the smart thing to do would to put up a nominal, token effort against it, but let it fail on its own merits, letting them surf into power on its broken body. The only good reason for them to put themselves on the chopping block like they have been is if they expect their arguments against it to be proven wrong, at least in the eyes of the majority of swing voters.