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  1. 14 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    “Lacking” is an understatement. The only true words in that comment are “ancient” and “collection.” The rest is name-calling with no basis in anything resembling actual knowledge.

  2. 14 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    This should give an idea why Christ came to make a way to God, not to start another world religion. If you define “religion” correctly (i.e., as man’s attempts to reach some idea of “god(s)”), the Bible is actually a very anti-religion book.

  3. 30 days ago on Peanuts

    Actual strip from June 3, 1970: https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/peanuts/images/6/61/Pe700603.gif/revision/latest?cb=20140203224302 (or Google: peanuts comic “june 3, 1970”)

    (1) Lucy: Where are you going, Charlie Brown?

    (2) CB: Peppermint Patty’s team is short a glove, so I’m walking over to lend them mine.Lucy: You’re kidding! Don’t you think they’re taking advantage of you?

    (3) CB: No, I’m doing it because I want to do it.

    (4) Lucy (shouting): What are you, some kind of mystic?

  4. about 2 months ago on B.C.

    Fortunately, creatures from the past were not actually affected by what humans would eventually make up about them…

  5. about 2 months ago on B.C.

    If you can’t see that the popular media is strongly Democrat in sympathy, then you’re just not looking. And what you write about the Republican Party is such a ridiculous straw-man that it doesn’t even work as exaggeration. It’s frightening to think that someone could write stuff like that at all, much less with any level of seriousness.

    You’re siding with those who work against your own best interest, and you don’t even know it.

  6. about 2 months ago on B.C.

    Actually, there’s quite a bit of evidence that they did. But of course that doesn’t fit the popular “scientific” narrative (actually based on philosophical assumptions rather than science). So of course we’re all supposed to ignore it, try to explain it away, or whatever.

    Never forget that a lot of what you’re told is “known,” particularly about the distant past, is actually “assumed.”

  7. about 2 months ago on Ziggy

    I’d like to see someone being paid to hold two signs that contradict each other.

  8. 2 months ago on B.C.

    I’m not forgetting anything about the fossil record. As for “gaps keep getting filled in,” that’s as far from reality as it gets. “Gaps” is a huge understatement anyway, and there’s nothing showing up in them (much less filling them) but guesswork — which was my original point. Excuses, name-calling, etc., doesn’t change that.

  9. 2 months ago on B.C.

    “In-betweens” are science fiction; contrary to popular belief, not a single one of the very few that supposedly exist is any better than highly disputable.

    The idea of “evolution” makes for a good cartoon joke, but not much else.

  10. 3 months ago on Peanuts

    As of this writing, the strips from this week are mixed up here.

    11/30 is missing (dog dish returned)

    12/1 is missing (sun has fallen) (Sunday strip)

    12/2 incorrectly shown as 11/30 (surprised with card)

    12/3 incorrectly shown as 12/1 (sack full of trees)

    12/4 incorrectly shown as 12/2 (a lot of arithmetic)

    12/5 incorrectly shown as 12/3 (slice of bread)

    12/6 incorrectly shown as 12/4 (ground to a halt) as well as on correct date

    12/7 incorrectly shown as 12/5 (bread crumbs) as well as on correct date

    See: peanuts.wikia.com/wiki/November_1968_comic_strips & peanuts.wikia.com/wiki/December_1968_comic_strips