Get Fuzzy by Darby Conley for January 23, 2022

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    Zykoic  5 months ago

    Cat makes sense…….or is it just Saturday night here……

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    JLChi  5 months ago

    History taught in school left out a lot of us, especially females. History, as was taught in my schools, only covered maybe 10% of the world’s population, who thought they were a lot more important than they were.

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    Little Caesar  5 months ago

    Wasn’t Victor the name of the Lone Ranger’s nephew’s horse?

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    kaladorn  5 months ago

    “May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.” – Malcolm Reynolds

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    iggyman  5 months ago

    History is manipulated daily it seems lately!

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    BlitzMcD  5 months ago

    Rob disqualified himself in the first panel by saying that history is written by the Victors. The Victors is what the University Of Michigan Wolverines call themselves. And more often than not, when they do, it’s because they’re in denial. So once again, by default, Bucky is right. Glad I could clear that up……

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    juicebruce  5 months ago

    This one is from 12 years ago … Wowwwww !

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    dwgerb  5 months ago

    Oh, the politeness of the formal “Robert” and not just “Pinkish”. Very respectful this Sunday morn.

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    MS72  5 months ago

    And the PACKERS!

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    Free or Not? Premium Member 5 months ago

    History does not start for the North American Continent in 1492. It does not start in year zero for the rest of the world. History exists, It is recorded in a variety of ways. Anthropology helps to uncover the ancient history that is not well recorded.

    The Native peoples living on the North American Continent were largely nomadic and did not record history in writing, for the most part. This is true of indigenous people everywhere through out time and even today…the Amazon, The Australian Aborigines. Todays these modern indigenous people often record history in writing, but often using language and tools of those who came to settle in these lands, peacefully and otherwise.

    America’s history has it severe tragedies (slavery, the trail of tears, racism). But it is most commonly marked by settlement as a mean of establishing states, not war. It is most commonly marked by great advances liberty that is available to all who embrace the opportunity. It is not accurate to describe American history as won established through war and conquest. It is more accurate to describe it as one of independence, liberty and growth toward a more perfect union.

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    rshive  5 months ago

    Before 1492 the world was flat. And people fell off the edges.

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    kartis  5 months ago

    Here’s a story we’ll all like: “The cat was put in a box and mailed to Timbuktu. As he was a loser.”

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    rya1 sh3a  5 months ago

    7/10

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    Znox11  5 months ago

    It seems that this time around it’s the losers who are trying to write(or re-write) history. The funny(not haha funny) thing is…only one of them really lost.

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    SusieB  5 months ago

    And if Guv. DuhSantis in FL has his way, white children will not have to experience “discomfort” by learning about how some White People enslaved Black People.

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    mistercatworks  5 months ago

    Wait, wait, wait a minute – year zero?

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    Yontrop  5 months ago

    The winners don’t always write the history books. The barbarians won the final wars with Rome, but yet, the Romans still wrote the history of what happened. On another note, it is also interesting that European history ended in 1776 (at least in the schools I attended).

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    wellis1947 Premium Member 5 months ago

    The way American history books are “biased” is due to several factors, not the least of which being there are few (if any) Aboriginal historians – it seems they were all dissuaded from entering the field by the knowledge that the “white man” uses words to attain a goal – and then discards them, willy-nilly as evidenced by the myriad “treaties” that they negotiated, and then discarded after they’d served their purpose in destroying the American aborigine’s way of life. This particular travesty occurred in 1871.

    It’s always been common knowledge within the “Indian” community that words only mean what the people using them THINK they mean, and that “definitions” are quite mercurial. Putting words to paper is unnatural – forcing words to assume meanings they were never meant to symbolize! They stop mirroring the “speakers” meaning and, instead, become the “listener’s” meaning, which can be quite different!

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    Spacetech  5 months ago

    More Truth than Fiction

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    GKBOWOOD Premium Member 5 months ago

    The third panel just cracks me up!

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    MCProfessor  5 months ago

    Much of history is written from the loser’s point of view. There were many brave people willing to put themselves in danger to document events from their perspective.

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    Jayalexander  5 months ago

    “All I can say is, the Fake News just doesn’t get it, do they.”

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    Mr.doom  5 months ago

    I think Buckey explains the term losers very well. Losers don’t get to write history.

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    zippykatz  5 months ago

    It would have bene sooooo much better for them if the two continents had been discovered by Asia instead of Europe.

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