Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for November 30, 2011


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    doc white  over 9 years ago

    So am I. MY Dr told me today that I have a tumor in my blatter and its 99 to one that it is cancer. Time will tell. Oh well I will live till I die. LOL

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    Destiny23  over 9 years ago

    Well, the young guys (probably) have more time than the old geezer, anyway…

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    wicky  over 9 years ago

    Have another vodka and it will all go away.

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    TexTech  over 9 years ago

    (Silly) So I can still “Sin now, repent later?”

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    Digital Frog  over 9 years ago

    I save all my time in a bottle. It’s great for when I make soup.

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    bmonk  over 9 years ago

    If warnings of immanent doom won’t rouse people, why not try warnings of peace and complacency?

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    treered  over 9 years ago

    no one’s mentioned reverse psychology… or was that a trick?

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    aerwalt  over 9 years ago

    …doc white;

    Me too 10 yrs AGO. Turns out it wasn’t the big C. Four more times, all negative.

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    Duncan Idaho  over 9 years ago

    Ford Prefect ?

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    Dtroutma Premium Member over 9 years ago

    Good luck and cheer, Doc. My dad had bladder cancer, no problem there, but his 15th heart attack nailed him. My mom has had 3 major bouts with “big C”, and is now 99 and counting on 100, so time is relevant only if you make the best of it. With of course, the better part of human nature.

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    Ernest Lemmingway Premium Member over 9 years ago

    Ah, one of the few benefits of Asperger’s: we’re so separated from “normal human nature” that this guy still comes off as nuttier than a squirrel turd.

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    Barbaratoo  over 9 years ago

    This strip is, as always, the best! As someone who is nearing retirement bit by bit, I wonder if my husband and I will have enough income/money to keep us through all that time to come!

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    popiNeil  over 9 years ago

    I think the strip is very good, it’s this dumb guy who write that need to go back to school, past the third grade

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    Varnes  over 9 years ago

    When I was born, in the fifties, and lived in the sixties, a diagnosis of cancer was tantamount to a death sentence. But research and treatment have progressed way past that, it’s actually almost shocking how much things have changed….I’ve survived it twice. Did it scare the hell out of me? Yes. Was I amazed at how competently it’s handled now? Yeah….You’ll be fine, doc…..And, believe it or not, once it’s cured, and you’re not worried any more, you will appreciate the little things in life more. At that point, you have a pretty good understanding of what and who you love, what you would really miss…and the little things that didn’t seem that important before, become more precious…But, afficionado is right. That is very treatable…

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