Caulfield: You know how dietary fiber is a good thing but nobody wants to hear the details? Moral fiber seems to be the same way.
Frazz: If you don't like certain columnists, don't read certain columnists.
But I like chewing on aluminum foil….
Perhaps it is because moral fiber requires the letting go of so much that we hold dear for no particular reason, having already extracted anything of value long ago. We hang on to things, and defend our hanging on as rational, holding hard and fast to what is essential poisonous to us when it would be better to vent our discontent and discard them.
Does moral fiber cause flatulence?
RIP Moral Fiberca. ’63
That’s what I tell people when they are outraged about something they hear on Fox News or MSNBC: If it upsets you, don’t watch.
Who are these columnists who have attracted the attention of the cartoonist?
Whose morals? Whose values? A positive effect (not affect) on whom? Since you are judging others, you must have all the answers.
Yeah, I can see where you wouldn’t like a strip that says if you don’t like something, don’t read it.
July 31, 2013