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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for October 03, 2020

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  1. kaffekup   4 months ago

    I have a touch of that. Straightening things out of line. Probably OCD.

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  2. Concretionist  4 months ago

    I tend to fix things when I come across an issue. I used to tighten the bits and pieces on the airplane I was in until it became impossible to carry a multi-tool unless you were a terrorist. (Yeah, I know I’m channeling the “outlaw guns and only outlaws will have guns” rant). I still pick up a-hole motorists’ trash (though these days, I use gloves).

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  3. wiatr Premium Member 4 months ago

    Might as well inspect the plumbing while you’re down there.

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  4. mr_sherman Premium Member 4 months ago

    There’s always some suit that thinks they know everything.

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  5. eastern.woods.metal  4 months ago

    A one way trip to he11 for the guy with the too long tie

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  6. eromlig  4 months ago

    Careful with the political stuff — remember, Wiley already lost a bunch of newspapers by hiding “F*** Trump” in his strip.

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  7. dadoctah  4 months ago

    I’m getting that old Ernie Kovacs vibe again.

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  8. Qiset  4 months ago

    I see the need for an additional symbol on a sign!

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  9. sandpiper  4 months ago

    Buttercup’s policy: There’s only one way. Wish I knew what that was

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  10. eastern.woods.metal  4 months ago

    QUICK Put the man hole cover back on

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  11. dcdete.  4 months ago

    That’s what you get for keeping your head up. Dude, that sign was specifically put that way because the road crew ran out of watch your step signs!

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  12. Lawrence.S  4 months ago

    I believe the adage is something about straining out gnats and swallowing camels – too preoccupied with trivial matters to see what’s important. (As contrasted with seeing the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and missing the 2×4 in your own – i.e. easier to see faults in others than recognize your own.)

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  13. RPSWEENEY11  4 months ago

    No good deed goes unpunished!

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  14. vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Sometimes, what we see as wrong, is actually right. Arguing should not be about fighting, it should be about finding the truth.

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  15. notjimothy  4 months ago

    More likely, " If you don’t know what you’re doing… " may also apply

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  16. Kaputnik  3 months ago

    Well, that was one way to interpret it.

    Another way, punchline to old joke. “But officer, I was only going one way.”

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  17. A Hip loving Canadian...  3 months ago

    Signs, signs, everywhere are signs.

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  18. Bookworm  3 months ago

    My mother used to tell my father when he was driving us to some place or other, “Yes, dear. I know you should follow the signs, but you also need to watch where you’re going.” (Mind you, this was back in not only the last century, but he last millennium.)

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  19. Bruce1253  3 months ago

    The other day I watched a woman texting, walk around guys working on a pouring a new sidewalk and step into wet concrete. She said it was their fault!!

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  20. Richard S Russell Premium Member 3 months ago

    One must inquire: Why was the entrance to the sewer considered to be the “one way” in the first place? Wasn’t there “another way”?

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  21. gmu328  3 months ago

    I think it says, “Don’t make assumptions”. Get the facts before acting

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  22. Wiley creator 3 months ago

    So here I thought I did just a simple, silly sight gag that wouldn’t be contrued into leading a way for any cantankerous political takes. Seriously, can’t some of you just leave it alone for one moment and just enjoy the little things…like reading silly cartoons?

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  23. xtc45688  3 months ago

    Our world today is seriously lacking in humor & can no longer take a joke.

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  24. mistercatworks  3 months ago

    In animation, the sign would have slipped back to point at the hole in the last panel.

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  25. Papakillamon  3 months ago

    Draw on Drawer

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  26. Plods with ... Premium Member 3 months ago

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikFFVfObwss

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  27. Pisces  3 months ago

    LOL, too funny, Wiley………… Actually, your comment is the way I have felt for decades – it’s just a comic! I’ve never figured out why some people read so much into a simple thing.

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  28. Omniman  3 months ago

    Never step into the street without looking all around first!

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  29. rstove428 Premium Member 3 months ago

    Please please guys: it’s a comic strip. Take a deep breath! No politics.

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  30. garibaldi99 Premium Member 3 months ago

    I stopped replying to almost all cartoons because of political stupidity.

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  31. Captainmike  3 months ago

    a recent pearls before swine addressed the stupidity pandemicMr. Wiley sir, no one can escape its tentacles, even your readers are affected by it.

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  32. athikers  3 months ago

    Love silly cartoons. You done good my friend-still miss you on Twitter, but I understand. Looking forward to Sundays effort.

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  33. cleokaya  3 months ago

    This is not me. I procrastinate fixing things at my own home

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  34. librarian4hire  3 months ago

    There’s a difference between allegory and applicability.

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  35. bike2sac  3 months ago

    but remember how popular Pogo was with the political side of things, and Lil Abner really took on the politicians.

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  36. sufamelico  3 months ago

    @WILEY, I do Wiley, I do, nothing else!

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