Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for May 05, 2019


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    Bilan  7 months ago

    I thought the national zeitgeist is that people don’t want other people doing something stupid.

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    johnnytiggs  7 months ago

    I’d like to go back to yesterday and not let my girlfriend into my apartment so that I don’t have to listen to her call me a FAT TERD!

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    Kveldulf  7 months ago

    “I don’t want wisdom. I just want to not do something stupid again.”

    Those are the wisest words Danae has ever uttered.

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    oldpine52  7 months ago

    When it comes to learning from their mistakes, some people only learn by rote.

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    Superfrog  7 months ago

    The spirit of the age seems to be that stupidity is more popular than ever and that failure only rarely leads to wisdom.

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    Night-Gaunt49  7 months ago

    Foolish girl, she already learned one thing then was about to ruin it with a new error.

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    WMORAN1  7 months ago

    ‘For legs good, two legs better.’ ’I’d rather be Russian than Democrat.’

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    Watcher  7 months ago

    This must be do over Sunday in the comics. First Calvin wanted to go back to Saturday. Now Danae wants to go back a couple of months. Maybe we should have a do over election and get rid of Trump and the GOP swamp.

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    William Bednar Premium Member 7 months ago

    More like the global zeitgeist!

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 7 months ago

    November 2016 is more then a few months ago…

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    dot-the-I  7 months ago

    A mug for regretful cartoonists(?)

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    Prey  7 months ago

    No, the zeitgeist of most countries is – Do something stupid and then blame social media, your parents, the authorities, anyone but you, for it!!

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    Mokurai  7 months ago

    Jeffrey is wrong. Danae would go back and make a much worse mistake.

    As to our current national zeitgeist, millions of children of White Supremacists and the Religious Right have been falling away every year, ever since they could no longer be raised entirely in the bubble.

    And we are getting rid of fossil fuels. At a profit.

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    sanderling75  7 months ago

    Might fit on a coffee cup, but on a cup or in a cup, Buttercup wouldn’t like the taste of it.

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    Anglo Saxon  7 months ago

    How long has it been since Wiley’s Trumpian faux pas that cost him a few papers?…

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    scottbruce  7 months ago

    All is forgiven Danae, no need to revisit the past – now move forward an make the funnies great again.

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    LadyPeterW  7 months ago

    I thought it was doing something stupid, insane and possibly injurious/deadly and then posting it on YouTube for the whole world to see how stupid you are.

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    Greyhame  7 months ago

    " I can’t think of ANY reason why someone would vote that way. So THEY must be stupid."

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    DanFlak  7 months ago

    I think that this is a lot of peoples’ fantasy: go back in time and undo some stupid mistake.

    I have made mistakes that have cost me money, caused me embarrassment, lost me jobs and have otherwise caused me grief. If I had to go back and live through those things again, I would. What I wish I could change were those times when I could have been more charitable and loving with people and wasn’t.

    Well, I guess I’ll just have to try this going forward.

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    tripwire45  7 months ago

    Definition: "The Zeitgeist is a concept from 18th- to 19th-century German philosophy, translated as “spirit of the age” or “spirit of the times”. It refers to an invisible agent or force dominating the characteristics of a given epoch in world history." Application here seems a bit sketchy. ;-)

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 7 months ago

    If we gain wisdom by making stupid mistakes why are the truly stupid among us not the wisest among us?

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    somebodyshort  7 months ago

    " Hold my beer and watch this "

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    Cerabooge  7 months ago

    There are probably a lot of people who’d like to go back in time a few … years.

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    Bruce1253  7 months ago

    Most things stupid begin with "Hold my beer. . . "

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    Nannette Boulais  7 months ago

    According to the DOD, 71% of Americans between the ages of 17 and 24 are ineligible to serve in the US Army due to: 1. poor education; 2. obesity; 3. record of crime or drug abuse; 4. mental health challenges. (CSM Daily, 4/26/19;

    At least Danae won’t have to serve in the military. . .

    (I posted the above on the Doonesbury board, too.)

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    gcottay  7 months ago

    I wonder if the editors and news chain execs have even acknowledged they did something wrong.

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    this-is-mine-and-this-is-mine Premium Member 7 months ago

    That looks remarkably like the time machine from Steins;Gate, at least from the outside.

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    kozmikgal  7 months ago

    Other people keep doing that!

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    debra4life  7 months ago

    I’d buy that mug.

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    basicallystupid15 Premium Member 7 months ago

    Her uvula is a skull. Awesome!

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    gsteele531  5 months ago

    Going back to the 2008 elections would be a good thing, but alas . . .

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    Bartonsfolly  3 months ago

    I learn new words here all the time

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