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Bear with Me by Bob Scott for October 22, 2021

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    einarbt  3 months ago

    Hum, children being interested in reading sounds like a dangerous thing https://www.archives.gov/legislative/resources/education/comic-books What next? Critical thinking, reason, logic, all leading down to science and atheism and we know what some section of the community think about that.

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    Ellis97  3 months ago

    When comic strips are groundbreaking, they begin to influence and inspire new creators to put their own spin on it. Everything that was new in said property becomes copied and improved upon. For instance: Peanuts had a major influence on the world and led to the slice-of-life genre in the 90s and early 2000s.

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    Bill The Nuke  3 months ago

    I like the Dagwood hairstyle.

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    brettkoth  3 months ago

    God, this is funny!

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    kathybear  3 months ago

    Is Doonesbury hinted at in that last panel?

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    Rolf Rykken Premium Member 3 months ago

    A current strip, so it could be implying that Prez. Delaware-Joe reads Bear with Me!

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    Shikamoo  3 months ago

    Comics have long had a commentary on society. and the human condition. The best ones last forever. I predict a long future ahead for this strip.

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    eddi_tbh  3 months ago

    Bear and Molly moonlight as investigative reporters in Toontown.

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    Wichita1.0  3 months ago

    Please, no White Houses. My late mother-in-law sent a copy of my compilation graphic novel to the White Houseto ‘cheeer things up’, during the Clinton years. Never more humilated in my life.

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