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Bloom County by Berkeley Breathed for October 27, 2020

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  1. Here's Waldo  3 months ago

    You change, like a chameleon… that’s Karma.

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  2. TampaFanatic1  3 months ago

    Opus could never say no to Milo or anyone else for that matter. This actually becomes a pretty funny arc when Opus gets there and interacts with the Rajneeshees.

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  3. some idiot from R'lyeh Premium Member 3 months ago

    *Boy Binkley

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  4. ACK! Premium Member 3 months ago

    Who’s driving?

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  5. Ralph Newbill  3 months ago

    Before this year diseases were a source of humour.

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  6. Steverino Premium Member 3 months ago

    Happens in politics too.

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  7. Vangoghdog01  3 months ago

    “Welcome. We want you understand our organization. Here, lie down on this couch and get comfy. Nothing to worry about we are just going to attach a few electrodes to your head to measure your brain waves as we play soothing music. Oh, here we need to put this nice peppermint flavored mouthguard in your mouth. Ready?”

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  8. The Moose Group  3 months ago

    I guess that would explain the progressives.

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  9. ChessPirate  3 months ago

    Opus, sneeze back at them with that hooter of yours, and you’ll have plenty of time to escape… ☺

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  10. TheCoosBayBachelor   3 months ago

    I remember Boy George! Hahahahaha! And so glad the Rajneeshees are back in the strip, what a time that was out in Antelope and in Portland.

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  11. kauri44  3 months ago

    Boy George was part of a cult?

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  12. Sisyphos  3 months ago

    Coincidentally relevant with its reference to virus-like cult propagation, the strip has Opus as the timid voice of Reason and Milo as the imperious cult-buster intending to “spring” (that is, kidnap) Bill. We shall see….

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