Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for June 16, 2013


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    Varnes  almost 7 years ago

    Don’t get me going on Wiley’s bears…..Everybody knows Wiley’s bears are the best and the smartest in the business…Man, I got to live to see a Sunday Non Sequitur about bears…..Livin’ the dream….

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    Varnes  almost 7 years ago

    Although they are all classic Wiley, the first red lined panel is the one that puts it over the top, if you ask me…genius man……

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    Three Steps Over Japan  almost 7 years ago

    The right to arm beers!

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    chireef  almost 7 years ago

    interesting concept N-G … lets think… the biggest meat eater right now are the humans …. any one for some Soylent Green … anyone… its cheap…

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    Trilobyte Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    RE: Night_Guant49’s posting… They would become extinct really really fast. It will be left to us to destroy ourselves leaving the smaller simpler creature to start over.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    Met many a bear as smart as Wiley’s, and many a lot smarter than people I’ve known. Case in point: ice chest with two padlocks. Bear walks up, pops both ends of chest with his paws, chest opens. Bear eats contents, flips lid closed. We walk up to check chest, both locks still in place, hinges not broken, no damage to chest!

    Spend over a decade around bears every day, and you learn a lot of respect for them, and as long as you have respect, there’s no real need to fear them.

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    Lost in the Twilight Zone  almost 7 years ago

    I read a great story several years ago about a bear that raided picnics for beer – but only one brand, Ranier Beer. He was found passed out after drinking about three dozen cans, and ‘relocated’ away from the camp sites.

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    unnormal  almost 7 years ago

    You think that ‘Bear’ may have been a Russian?

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    Justice22  almost 7 years ago

    We need those bears in my neck of the woods.

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    Randy B Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    I thought that “After Earth” was about an altered ecosystem that attacked humans, but I guess that would make more sense than what actually happens. Stupid movie.

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    vwdualnomand  almost 7 years ago

    isn’t beer country, ireland or germany or milwaukee?

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    Norton99  almost 7 years ago

    It’s been done. It was called “Wolven”.

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    rudypoogamer  almost 7 years ago

    We can’t stop here, this is bear country!

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    DGWillie  almost 7 years ago

    I’m not sure we need any smarter bears. Making humans about 1.5% dumber ought to do it…

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    gfredrickson85  almost 7 years ago

    Do they have Hamms beer?

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    ishannon5289  almost 7 years ago

    I was wondering how long it would take for someone to comment on that side of the cartoon

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    dabugger  almost 7 years ago

    making mockery…..

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    sarah413 Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    @Omnius, Your act is old and getting older by the day. As to the subject at hand, The only way i’d bite is if it’s a properly served beer. One that is served at cellar temperature and in a clean, non chilled glass. None of this vortex bottle, turns blue when cold, garbage. REAL BEER, served the way it’s meant to be served.

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    Ernest Lemmingway Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    Darwinism at its best. Let the bears eat the people dumb enough to fall for this tactic. Or financially ruin idiots who can’t see they’re getting the same product but at a higher price (the bear did call it “re-branding”).

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    joe vignone  almost 7 years ago

    Something the Republicants need to do to attract more suckers…er…voters.

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    timbob2313 Premium Member almost 7 years ago

    indieme, most excellent dude.

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    neeeurothrush  almost 7 years ago

    i’m not a rocket scientist but i think the answer is the same as it is now. i don’t think the absence of humans would alter the mass enough in the universal scheme of things to cause any problems. there is that butterfly flapping it’s wings though …

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    lin4869  almost 7 years ago

    Good point!

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    lin4869  almost 7 years ago

    Wiley, you have an amazing gift for giving personality to your well-drawn characters. Love it!

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    Caddy57  almost 7 years ago

    Thank God I gave up drinking (except coffee) over 20 years ago…..or I’d have to say “I’ll drink to that!” Dang! old habits are hard to break!

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    hippogriff  almost 7 years ago

    SaskSledDog: After British, US, South African, and Indian forces failed, Poles finally captured Monte Casino.

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