Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for October 18, 2020


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    eastern.woods.metal  8 days ago

    Thank you Wiley, I’m enjoying this arc

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    Enter.Name.Here  8 days ago

    “Next week: War of Words”.

    Or another town hall debate, depending. ;-)

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    Imagine  8 days ago

    The difference between motivating by fear and ignorance vs. motivating by love and knowledge.

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    Renatus Profuturus Frigeridus Premium Member 8 days ago

    Seems today times when some populist leader spread fear and anxiety . In Italy we have two of them .

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    I Mad Am I  8 days ago

    There is always someone at the bottom of a pileup!

    And sometimes… that trod-on person… switches sides.

    Beware of who you walk all over!

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    nos.nevets  8 days ago

    This is getting boring. Everyone else, have fun. It’s just not my thing. I’ll be back when this sequitur is non.

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    Scorpio Premium Member 8 days ago

    It would be awesome if it was like this. Live your life, then go for another round – I would definitely prefer my memory intact if it was the case.

    Really enjoying this story. It’s something different and I love it.

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    nosirrom  8 days ago

    Those in power fear progress because progress may leave them behind.

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    keenanthelibrarian  8 days ago

    Aw. mate, it’s always been a war of words!!

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    donwalter  8 days ago

    Guy in the last panel…a predecessor of “the Donald”?

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    Ralph Newbill  8 days ago

    Remember when the strip was actually clever? How it’s just woke dogmatism.

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    sandpiper  8 days ago

    This arc has 2 more Sundays before the election. Wonder what the one after will look like.

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    Redd Panda  8 days ago

    For you cranks….even Ted Williams didn’t get on base every time. Wander off somewhere else in comic land and see what you can find. Let us know how it goes.

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    morningglory61 Premium Member 8 days ago

    I’m enjoying this genre. It’s smart, it’s clever and it’s only on Sundays. The rest of the week it’s same ol’ good stuff we all know and all love.

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    buyburg  8 days ago

    See, the other Amazon…

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    kv450  8 days ago

    The troglodytes weigh in!

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    bleu nez  8 days ago

    last panel reminds me of my recent disturbing vision of a leader standing on an elevated platform saluting the crowd below. Kind of like about 80 years ago. Sends chills up my spine.

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    Triker2011  8 days ago

    You can please some of the people some of the time…

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    Packratjohn Premium Member 8 days ago

    I like this arc, but i am confused… is this meant to represent our prehistoric past, or our near future?

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    Chrisstopher  8 days ago

    I’m sure they’re screaming “Lock her up!”.Some things never change.

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    Lou  8 days ago

    I came for the story line, but I stayed for the lunatic comments. (Not really…but the comments do get a chuckle from time to time)

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    b95954297b48a54fcff8fddbcdef6b2f  8 days ago

    the beginning of hate groups.

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    danketaz Premium Member 8 days ago

    And a Goo, goo, gachoo to you too!

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    bmaenpaa  8 days ago

    Getting really tired of the ‘Man bad’ narrative. Removing from my list of ‘Funnies’.

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 8 days ago

    I’m curious about the meaning of time in Bert’s world. Does he view all of our space-time continuum as a fixed 4-dimensional object that he can just poke and prod anywhere that strikes his fancy? Does time actually pass for him as well?

    And why don’t we all have woolly mammoths instead of dogs and cats as house pets?

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 8 days ago

    When Bert says that Homer “carried on your work”, and all the other adults in the tribe are women, and I spot a couple of little kids in the hogans, I’m thinking it might not have been all that much like work.

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    wnbresn  8 days ago

    I am intrigued here.. Those who dislike this strip and its current arc.. Are you Trump supporters or Biden supporters?

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    fixed in post  7 days ago

    Hard to organize anything if you can’t communicate effectively.

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    DCBakerEsq  7 days ago

    Wiley really can get self-indulgent sometimes.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  7 days ago

    The last three panels are very Trumpian.

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    JenSolo02  7 days ago

    Vichy France, 1942

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    lesannc  7 days ago

    Looks like Calvin’s ancestor on the wall.

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    jbruins84341  6 days ago

    Is this guy Danae’s ultimate ancestor? The thought-skull gives it away.

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    57BelAir  4 days ago

    I believe the term is “Angry White Men” still going on today.

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