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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for September 14, 2019

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    Bilan  2 months ago

    Let That Be Your Last Battlefield.

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    Enter.Name.Here  2 months ago

    “I see your true colors now!”

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    kaffekup   2 months ago

    Now, if the arbitrator were a Wiley bear, the argument would be moot. And delicious.

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    Concretionist  2 months ago

    I’ve always thought that marriage counseling must be a really horrible job to be stuck in. And that people who need that service ought to be able to just talk it out. But then I’ve been divorced without benefit of counseling … and am able to communicate (reasonably) well w/ my current spouse.

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    Watcher  2 months ago

    For the seal, they will both taste like chicken so go for it and bring peace back into the animal kingdom.

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    willispate  2 months ago

    @Wiley Miller: What the Squawk is going on with the penguin colors?

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    MeGoNow Premium Member 2 months ago

    Nothing’s ever just black and white.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  2 months ago

    Climate change will eliminate the ice thus solving the problem.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 2 months ago

    As long as arbitrators get paid arguments can go on for a looong time.

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    loveabulldesign  2 months ago

    Think you mean the Aaar Aaar Aaarbitration Process (seal noises)

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    Qiset  2 months ago

    the one on the left says “why so negative?”

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    goblue86  2 months ago

    She pays her lawyer, you pay our lawyer, and we both pay the arbiter. Amazing how fast things get solved with the clock is ticking to the tune of $1000/hour. (that’s $16/minute for those of you that don’t have a calculator handy).

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    Rad-ish. Premium Member 2 months ago

    The one in power has it all backwards.

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    Bookworm  2 months ago

    Dr. Seuss had a pretty good take on this way back in 1953, in Sneetches. And it still makes me laugh.

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    Linguist  2 months ago

    I’m on the sea lion’s side … as the song goes: “Caught In The Middle With You

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    phredturner  2 months ago

    More like mediation than arbitration

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    fivestring65  2 months ago

    They are willing to die to prove their point

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    Juris Bloviatus  2 months ago

    Every arbitration I have ever been in… No exaggeration… Over 35 years and going…

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    danketaz Premium Member 2 months ago

    Taz gotta agree with the seal.

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    Alan Steenhouwer  2 months ago

    Finally! The true predator of penguins appears with them in Antarctica! Not Polar Bears! LEOPARD SEALS!

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    Bicycle Dude  2 months ago

    I like the reverse coloring of the penguins. The sea lion likes both white and dark meat, fortunately there’ll be an abundance of both.

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    SrTechWriter  2 months ago

    Wow, Wiley. Did you ever hit this nail on the head.

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    franki_g  2 months ago

    Opus vs anti-OpusIf they ever touch, the universe will implode.

    The seal is the solution.The Great Seal of Hope.

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    D1063n35 Premium Member 2 months ago

    If humans had decent, tough to kill predator, that had an unmanageable effect on human population our mediations would concern more significant subject than who has more.

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    bakana  2 months ago

    In Corporate America, the arbitration rules are Simple:

    The Corporation is Always Right.

    That One Rule is the only one they think matters.

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    Eyes have it.  2 months ago

    Penguin #1 “You look like you’re wearing a tuxedo”

    Penguin #2 “How do you know I’m not?”

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  2 months ago
    Arbitration allows a third party to determine your destiny.
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