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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 30, 2013

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    Allen Rymer  over 5 years ago

    Way TMI. but I’m sure someone will make money off the idea. Oh wait, someone did.

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    Linguist  over 5 years ago

    He’s all a twitter, somebody wants to follow him. Unfortunately, it was a stray dog….

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    JoeyCooler777  over 5 years ago

    Every century has its great plague or disaster. In the 14th century it was the Black Plague. In the 20th it was the world wars. This century its…..

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    LeslieBark  over 5 years ago

    Hey N.G, at the very least, a LOT of us follow you on GoComics. Your comments are always thought-provoking … even the ones I disagree with.

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    Nabuquduriuzhur  over 5 years ago

    JoeyCooler777

    We had a lot of them in the 20th Century. in the 1930s, the two worst flood disasters with 2 and 4 million chinese each..While planned and not a random “disaster”, Lenin killed 8 million of his own people, the Russians estimate Stalin killed 25-50 million (not counting the 3/4 of casualties in WWII that were from shock armies and suicide batallions to get rid of “undesirables”), Hitler gassed 12 million. Ten million soviets and germans each were killed as the armies went east, then west. Mao killed 90 million of his own people. 800 million if you count forced abortions. Cambodia 2 million. Vietnam 3 million. Several million in central and eastern Europe from 1945-1991. etc.

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    Randy B Premium Member over 5 years ago

    It’s not as attractive a concept if you have to actually go to the guy’s table, see his face, and smell his breath.

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    attyush  over 5 years ago

    Wiley will also create one about twitter. It’s basically the same thing, but with less characters.

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    Enoki  over 5 years ago

    No, it isn’t normal. It is just that the abnormal people can now flaunt it.

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    jdkingbear  over 5 years ago

    Wasn’t that long ago such a person was considered a freaky pervert. Now, its called … Facebook.

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    dabugger  over 5 years ago

    really??

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    Varnes  over 5 years ago

    And we laugh at dogs when they chase their tail…..

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    dogday Premium Member over 5 years ago

    For young people whose view of themselves is just forming the obsessive, thoughtless scattering or parading of their in- most feelings or most trivial thoughts to public scrutiny, comment, criticism, and ridicule is very dangerous, as has been shown over and over.

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    ChessPirate  over 5 years ago

    Somebody hit that twit in the face with a book, he’s getting in my space!

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    GROG Premium Member over 5 years ago

    I don’t recall seeing anything like that on the street. Just lucky, I guess.

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    Argy.Bargy2  over 5 years ago

    I think you’re right. I remember when…

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    Argy.Bargy2  over 5 years ago

    The internet is much more than just Facebook. I use the internet constantly at work to research statutes, search out how another community is solving a problem similar to ours, keep up to date on dangerous weather conditions heading our way and look up terms I don’t know. I have never been on Facebook and see no need to share my private life with a bunch of strangers who may or may not be trustworthy.

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    Gokie5  over 5 years ago

    Indeed, Facebook can be a blessing or curse, or eh. I just (mainly) accept relatives and in-laws, so have only twenty “friends.” Have become acquainted with some terrific children and grandchildren of my aunts and uncles on Mom’s side. When I shared photos and memories of her on Mother’s Day, I got an outpouring of comments from people who remembered what a great person she was. If I don’t want God and everyone to know about something, I don’t share it.

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    The Life I Draw Upon  over 5 years ago

    High School.

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    thirdguy  over 5 years ago

    I’m sorry, this comment page is for adults only.

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    wrwallaceii  over 5 years ago

    Here, here. There is a lot of MYOB needed out there.

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    IQTech61  over 5 years ago

    It is amusing to see people making derogatory comments about the exhibitionist nature of bulletin boards on the web – on a bulletin board on the web.

    I believe this is irony at its best.

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