Doonesbury by Garry Trudeau for April 17, 2024

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    snsurone76  2 months ago

    Why is Alex so fascinated by this schmuck??

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    cracker65  2 months ago

    This comic is more relevant today than back then.

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    Mark Jeffrey Premium Member 2 months ago

    What were “Aggies”?

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    wrd2255  2 months ago

    Yeah, we made the air toxic. But…football! Amirite?

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    tpcox928  2 months ago

    This sort of logic has been in play here in Virginia with Trump Light Glenn Youngkin bringing in national “experts” to run the state, including trying to get a coal industry lobbyist named to head the environmental resources department (he was not voted in).

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    epaphus8  2 months ago

    So far, this guy is hitting all the right sound-bites.

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    JustPlainBob  2 months ago

    2018: The state of Texas has won the dubious honour of being named as the most polluted state OUT OF TEN u.s. state governments. The HUGE state, which has a population of 30 million, has a poor LITTER record, and DUMPED WASTE is widespread and visible. – Google

    Update 2024: California is the most polluted state in the US. Six of the most polluted cities in America are located in California, with Fresno-Madera and Bakersfield being the two areas with the highest levels of PARTICULATE POLLUTION. – Google.

    Litter is unsightly. However, short-term exposures to particulate matter can aggravate lung disease, caus asthma attacks and acute bronchitis, and increase susceptibility to respiratory infections. In people with heart disease, short-term exposures have been linked to heart attacks.

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    mindjob  2 months ago

    At least James Watt never got a football team named after him

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    The Wolf In Your Midst  2 months ago

    The sad thing is, this is still a more rational rationale than what we hear today- that burning fossil fuels is “manly” and using electric vehicles is tantamount to castration.

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    mistercatworks  2 months ago

    “We’re Number One?”

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  2 months ago

    “And with lots of hard work I intend to expand on that success.”

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  2 months ago

    People frequently told Aggie jokes at work many of them involving things like: How do you recognize an Aggie by his ring you see ring while while he is picking his nose. This follows someone who I recognized you were from Yale by your ties knot or I recognized you were from Harvard by your impeccable diction. Then you get into the nose picking one.

    After they told these jokes though quite often someone would follow up with:

    “What do you call an Aggie after 5 years?”


    My boss was Richard K. Thomas and he was from Texas A&M, a very decent fellow and quite competent. I never noticed his ring when he was picking his nose — if he ever did.

    (Maybe I was busy observing my own nose picking. Some say it is a lost art.)

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    eddi-TBH  2 months ago

    Focus on the important issues. Let the peasants deal with the rest.

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