Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for October 31, 2011

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    FatTonyBalducci  over 12 years ago

    The pope, a Jew and who else is that?

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    comicgos  over 12 years ago

    A mormon?

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    Orion-13  over 12 years ago

    Mohamed, I believe.

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    artybee  over 12 years ago

    Can’t be Mohamed. You don’t dare draw or dress up as Mohamed, I hear tell, although Wiley might have the guts to do it..

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    thirdguy  over 12 years ago

    Good costumes, Did they buy them or make them?

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    rayannina  over 12 years ago

    I’d answer the door — it’s the only chance I’ll ever have to see three people dressed like that working together!

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    converses  over 12 years ago

    The third one might be a monk. I don’t know about Mohamed. Mormons (I am one) dress normally like other people.

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    Wolfdreamer250  over 12 years ago

    The third one must be an imam. The equivalent to a priest in the Muslim faith.

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    EDinWAState  over 12 years ago

    Thus saith the Mughal Pub : “Knock and it shall be opened to you… that is, of course, if you only happen to be a WASP.”

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    x_Tech  over 12 years ago

    Didja hear this one? A priest, a rabbi, and an imam go trick or treating…

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    ChazNCenTex  over 12 years ago

    What’s scarier than the things that have been done in the name of these three religions? Maybe that’s the point of the cartoon – not that Wiley would do anything THAT controversial. (This is where my face would have the kind of smile on it that Danae does so well.)

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    Arianne  over 12 years ago

    I know rayannina was joking, but seriously – here in the Detroit area, you can see leaders of these three faiths working together, on T.V. discussion panels, at rallies against discrimination, etc. Maybe not a bishop, per se, but still, it does give one hope for humanity. • ⌣ •

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    kreole  over 12 years ago

    The third guy is just a Monk……geez!

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    decky  over 12 years ago

    That’s the pope, the rabbi and the jew

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    decky  over 12 years ago

    The pope, the rabbi and the jew walk into a bar…….is the joke. Just can’t find the end of it lol

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    Arianne  over 12 years ago

    Chasm_b ~ That was my take on this cartoon, as well. Historically, when these three get together, nothing good comes of it. That’s why I take comfort, and allow myself to dare to hope, when I see occasional signs of progress and good will here in Detroit.

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    Arianne  over 12 years ago

    And, borrowing from John Lennon; imagine all the people pretending they weren’t home, when religion came calling, asking you to kill in the name of God.

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    hildigunnurr Premium Member over 12 years ago

    The guy peeping from behind the curtains looks like Chazz from Pooch Café.

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    Hugh B. Hayve  over 12 years ago

    Maybe they should’ve went as Jehovah’s Witnesses…….

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    roctor  over 12 years ago

    Since goverments of the world can’t work together. Lets try religions. Now, if they can only get somebody to answer the door.Happy Halloween Ya’ll !!!

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    tripwire45  over 12 years ago

    Another shot a religious people, Wiley?

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    Batlash Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Scariest Halloween costumes I’ve seen in a long time!

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    psychlady  over 12 years ago

    Yeah, Mohamed sounds about right! And they wonder why no one answers their doors?!

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    grinstoya  over 12 years ago

    The only thing missing was a penguin to make it a real joke.

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    Sandfan  over 12 years ago

    Good one!

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    willg1970  over 12 years ago

    a priest a rabbi and a monk go to the door. because a rabbi is a jew so tha kinda defeats the whole purpose of seperating them right

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    listmom  over 12 years ago

    @rayanna and everyone else disparaging what happens when the big three get together:Kids4Peace is an organization that brings together Christian, Jewish and Muslim preteens from Jerusalem and the US. They learn and play together over two weeks. Great program. My son still keeps in touch with his Muslim “peace pal”.

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    cartwrights  over 12 years ago

    Good one!

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    GROG Premium Member over 12 years ago

    I like it!

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    avarner  over 12 years ago

    A Priest, a Rabbi and a Minister walk into a bar.

    The Bartender says – “Is this some kind of a joke ??”

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    peachyanddanny  over 12 years ago

    Mormons dress normally? Except for the magic u-trou.

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    Plods with ...™  over 12 years ago

    Still funny after all these years!

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    pouncingtiger  over 12 years ago

    Hey, kid! Why do you think that is?!? (rhetorical question) LOL

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    Varnes  over 12 years ago

    Kick the pumpkins in the teeth and run away! That’ll show ’em!

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    g.iangoodson  over 12 years ago

    A bishop, a rabbi and an imam! Defiinitely not a monk! Ignorance and fear are the enemy.

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    Crabbyrino Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Pope, a Jew and Muslim

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    chireef  over 12 years ago

    it speaks badly for America when people mistake an Imam for a Jew, and not recognize that a rabbi is a Jew

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    jimelek  over 12 years ago

    Actually, people should rejoice to see these three working together!Unless it’s commentary about all three of them begging for treats….

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    woodwork  over 12 years ago

    if you spoke to a witness, you just MIGHT learn somethingabout the Bible

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    Dtroutma  over 12 years ago

    Hmm, celebrating the eve of all saints’ day, solstice, or whatever, pagan ritual celebrated by folks who “knock” pagans. Hey! They live to dress up EVERY DAY, so what’s different with Halloween???

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    jkhandy  over 12 years ago

    Funny how kids are encouraged to celebrate Halloween which started out as Satan worship.

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    Jim101  over 12 years ago

    Good point, do Jehovah’s Witness answer the door when other door to to door religious salemen call?

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    Fan o’ Lio.  over 12 years ago

    Interesting site: bad the Christians are so fragmented.

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    Billy Chapman Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Third is a imam and a haj at that, green turbin.

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    Ernest Lemmingway  over 12 years ago

    The Pope, a rabbi, and an imam walk into a bar…


    As a (non-practicing, this-short-of-deliberately-getting-myself-excommunicated) Mormon, I find some of these Mormon comments more than a little hurtful. I’m not terribly religious, but my family is. Folks, none of my family is anything like those Fundamentalists that get the bad press, just as many Muslims are not terrorists. But sheeple are more willing to believe something bad about someone, so I’m basically talking to a collective brick wall, aren’t I?

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    hkyjckfjt  over 12 years ago

    Happy Celtic New Year!!!!

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    jomali3945  over 12 years ago

    Why is it that the only acceptable bigotry is that against religion?

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    EricAlder  over 12 years ago

    They should walk into a bar…

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    derek74  over 12 years ago

    It’s the Pope, a jew, & a Muslim, ahem!

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    bmonk  over 12 years ago

    The third is not a friar—friars don’t wear hats generally. I’d vote for an Imam, thus covering the three “religions of the Book”.++++And as for chasm_b’s “What’s scarier than the things that have been done in the name of these three religions?”I’d put up Hitler’s holocaust, Stalin’s starvation of the kulaks, Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge killing . . . the list goes on and on.

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    RinaFarina  over 12 years ago

    That brown robe tied with a rope makes me think of a Benedictine monk.

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    RinaFarina  over 12 years ago

    But so many people have made the point that it should be three different religions that I will accept the opinion that the third one is a Muslim.

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    RinaFarina  over 12 years ago

    When I was in university we had the university students’ variation, which started with a mathematician, a scientist, and an engineer. Which one turned out to be right about what they were arguing about depended on which one the joke-teller was.

    Mathematicians were content with theory, scientists had to have a connection between theory and reality, and engineers cared only about whether something worked.

    An example that we often referred to was a joke about the structure of the bee. It has a barrel-shaped, solid body, and relatively small wings. People (I guess the scientists) derived mathematics that proved conclusively that bees could not fly. (I think this was during WWII, when they were trying to design airplanes and turned to Nature for inspiration.)

    The moral of the story? They did not discard bees, they discarded the mathematics. We designed the math, but it was not us who designed the bee.

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    Donaldbain  over 12 years ago

    Decky, a rabbi is a Jew. The beard on the third makes me think imam.

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    Cornelius Robinson Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Looks like that last one might be Amish

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    James Lindley Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Tell me if you’ve heard this one before. A preacher, a priest and a rabbi went trick-or-treating.

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    Joseph Krois  over 12 years ago

    So joined in faith…To Trick or Treat…When God has sayeth…In the end we meet…

    That all of man…Whatever the belief…Will never but can…Bring sweet relief…

    To the screaming throngs…Of hateful foes…With such peaceful songs…Of hopeful souls…

    That One is us…And Us is one…And being thus…Are together under the sun…

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    Fan o’ Lio.  over 12 years ago

    Is the Pope Catholic?

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    Dtroutma  over 12 years ago

    Is a bris a trick???

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  60. Cathy aack Premium Member over 12 years ago

    Must be a neighborhood full of all those folks who hate the COEXIST bumper stickers. (Sorry don’t have the correct symbols).

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    Deborah N Lurie  over 12 years ago

    The ignorance of the comments is exactly why there is little progress and little hope for it, at least in the present generations. You have heaped your bigotry on the “minorities” while keeping the supposed majority, Chritianity, out of the fray. Crusades, anyone? Who kills in the name of G-d?

    Take a good look around and notice who the minority really is these days.

    The figure on the right is wearing a turban. Jews do not traditionally wear turbans. Education is a wonderful thing. Forget no child left behind;what this country needs is children taught about the world. Teach the basics using the world as the curricular guide. We are raising generations of kids who can only work out of a text book and can’t get along or share because it’s not on the test. They have to win, they can’t handle losing, There is no compromise. No compromise, no peace. No peace, no progress. If there is no progress, people remain ignorant, bigoted, prejudiced and the cycle goes on. What a waste of potential.

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