And who is “her own kind?”
Kirbee has a history…. ;-)
Yes, have more emotional understanding of the majority overlords.There is no such thing as “lizard privilege”. We had to struggle hard to get where we are today.
Racists, the whole lot of ’em.
I know, we’ve already well established this, but, for the record…
I guess I was wrong about her. Although, even if he was in a fighting mood, it’s still not right.
I wonder if Kirbee has the same kind of blindness that Holly used to have. I have a feeling that she did not see the horrors of this colony even though I would imagine that it got rubbed in her face a lot more than Endtown did with Holly. I wonder if she is beginning to see the whole picture.
Woo woo, the “Us vs Them” mentality showed up, right on time. Then again, the comic always has been full of the dichotomy of how folks perceive themselves.
Last panel “you do this TIME AFTER TIME”???? How many times has this happened then, and is he referring to the killing of non-reptilians? If she actually has a conscience over this, she’s managed to bury her misgivings time and time again.
He has a point… I mean, when you consider the pitiful way many of these lizards think…
“Your own kind”. Not “Our Kind”. Maybe I misread this, but now that the Dragons have gotten rid of most of the very different people to hate, they have started to notice differences among themselves, and may up their ethnic cleansing game. Poor Kirbee, So Long Kirbee This way to the ovens, Kirbee.
Or, maybe Kirbee always takes the long odds on the underdog, and Trent bets on the superior dragon. No, not Underdog. (Although Holly Hollister reminds me just a little of Sweet Polly Purebred.
Hmph. I see the guy Nine Inch Nails became a reptile. But he lost his black lace gloves.
“Dallas Alice,sweet Polly Purebred,Nine inch nails ?”
Dallas Alice is a “greaseball” band from Louisville, KY.Sweet Polly Purebred (the one I know about) is the female reporter character from the Underdog cartoons.Nine Inch Nails in an “industrial rock” band that is about as far away from Christian rock as you can get.
Wally thinks he has nothing to live for. It’s hard to break out of that deep depression.