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Barney & Clyde by Gene Weingarten, Dan Weingarten & David Clark for September 16, 2021

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    dwane.scoty1  2 months ago

    There goes the daily tip cash! What a nuisance!

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    Pickled Pete  2 months ago

    Manners! Always important to display good manners even when committing a crime..

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    Pocosdad  2 months ago

    Robber – “Your money, or your life!”

    Jack Benny. – “I’m thinking, I’m thinking.”

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    cdward  2 months ago

    Somehow I don’t think Barney will miss it much.

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    uniquename  2 months ago

    It looks like the mugger is literally armed. I don’t think he has a gun.

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    rhpii  2 months ago

    Even politicians aren’t that polite.

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    MuddyUSA   2 months ago

    Barney should have used the old Jack Benny line…”I’m thinking?”

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    ChessPirate  2 months ago

    Welp, there go the Pillsbury prices up again…

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    Stephen Gilberg  2 months ago

    I’m sure it wasn’t all Barney’s money. All his cash, maybe.

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    Heavy Laden  2 months ago

    This is despicable. Imagine making a case for armed robbery. Better, imagine trying to explain the morality behind this strip to a young child. The flat slob who writes this strip should’ve been a criminal defense lawyer.

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    pchemcat  2 months ago

    I find it sad that so many of the commentators endorse criminal behavior as long as it is perpetrated upon the “rich”. That is a slippery slope. Who is to decide who is rich and who is not. Is it ok for the person making $15K a year to now rob the one making $75K a year? After all, in comparison the victim is richer than the perp. Be careful of endorsing a double standard, you never know when you will be on the bad end of that standard.

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