Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for March 11, 2018


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    braindead Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    The all-purpose excuse to use with every Trump Disciple.

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    Barrington Womble  almost 2 years ago

    Aaaand another sore loser.

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    debra4life  almost 2 years ago

    Nah, just Dad turning the tables on Danae for a change.

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    Bilan  almost 2 years ago

    Now we see where Danae got her insanity gene.

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    thirdguy  almost 2 years ago

    If you skip the first couple of frames, you’d think you were listening to a Cap’n Eddie story.

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    Phred Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    The best explanation I have seen. Plus, Danae is in a better mood now.

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    JenSolo02  almost 2 years ago

    And then some Loons believe the nonsense, and Creationists run with it….

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    ArtyD2 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Plot stolen from BC comics. Besides, we all know it was 7,892 years ago.

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    enigmamz  almost 2 years ago

    He must be related to Calvin’s dad.

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    josballard  almost 2 years ago

    Well, he is right that Google is nefarious.

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    sanderling75  almost 2 years ago

    Dad is cool. He thinks fast and occasionally comes up with plausible sounding theories to chill Danae’s customary over reactions to almost everything that exists. Gives him moments of peace. But only moments. Danae’s outrage never sleeps.

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    Rad-ish says, posting NA on Sherpa Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    There are a lot of dinosaurs working for the deep state.

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    WCraft Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Sounds like the wisdom dispensed by Calvin’s father! But…I like it!

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    Linguist  almost 2 years ago

    Very funny, especially in light of this week’s news that the “Gunshine State” wants to revert back to being the “Sunshine State” by instituting year round Daylight Savings Time. Duh !

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    dadoctah  almost 2 years ago

    I don’t know about Daylight Saving Time, but when I realized it was coming up on sunrise I decided to start my sun tea on the patio before going to bed.

    I hope some time in the next six hours or so it stops raining.

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    sweetaddietude  almost 2 years ago

    Well, now, this doesn’t make sense. To spring forward means the old 6am is now the new 7am and the sun has risen by that time. So, why is she complaining that it’s still dark???

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    Packratjohn Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    DST is obviously not Dinosaur Saving Time…

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    codedaddy  almost 2 years ago

    waiting to give the tiresome Danae strips a rest and return to the other more clever installments.

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    William Bednar Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    And thus a new religion is born: Danaeism!

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    Varnes  almost 2 years ago

    Idahoser, we wouldn’t be humans if we didn’t change something that doesn’t really exist every once in a while….

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    Honorable mention in the banjo toss Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Heh heh heh.

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    Funny_Ha_Ha  almost 2 years ago

    My clock has 365 numbers on it and counts days. When it breaks, it’s still right once a year. Sometimes I observe birthday savings time and set it forward a month. It’s fun trying to watch the hands move.

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    Teto85 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Pick a time and stick with it. MOST of the world DOES NOT change the clocks twice a year. It was helpful in the days of candles, but there is no need in this day and age of cheap electricity.

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    Linguist  almost 2 years ago

    One of the many things I liked about Arizona, when I lived there, was we stayed on Standard Time year round.

    It is also on my Like List , living here, in Ecuador – no DST !

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    peteski1  almost 2 years ago

    How about a compromise: set it ahead 1/2 hour and leave it there forever!

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    “#2: You will never find anybody who can give you a clear and compelling reason why we observe Daylight Saving Time.”

    —Dave Barry, syndicated humor columnist, “25 Things I Have Learned in 50 Years” (1997)
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    Great Wizard Nala  almost 2 years ago

    Blame Ben Franklin for proposing it!

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    Great Wizard Nala  almost 2 years ago

    I was thinking thank goodness they didn’t have it in the old west. Gun fights would have been at “HIGH 11 AM”!!

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    Yontrop  almost 2 years ago

    It made some sense back in the Eighteenth Century when Ben Franklin proposed it (candles, and no air-conditioning). But times have changed (sorry) and we should change too. Reminds me of another subject where things have changed since the Eighteenth Century.

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    Night-Gaunt49  almost 2 years ago

    Most families do not farm, it has been automate decades ago.

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    Dewsolo  almost 2 years ago

    My mother told me that we have Daylight Savings Time so golfers could have an extra hour to golf after they got out of work at 5PM.

    I’d like to have that extra hour of daylight after work in the winter when it’s usually pitch dark before I get home.

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