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  1. almost 6 years ago on Monty

    Maybe, but a little hemorrhoid who used the moving-picture no-reading-skills-required comics to become president.

  2. almost 6 years ago on Connie to the Wonnie

    George Washington, a southerner, was just a inheritance-rich traitor who attacked his own countrymen because he and his co-conspirators were afraid they’d be told they could no longer own and breed slaves – the economic engine of the south and the bulk of their own wealth.

    Those traitors didn’t fight for or with the support of the northerners, but they were aided by the tea party anti-tax disinformation campaign of the 1700s – essentially identical to the neo-tea party’s “fake news” of the 2000s (based on my northerner family’s memoirs and reminisces).

    “Čas je šarlatán a věci sotva změní”Time is a charlatan – he never changes anything.

    I seem to be short a ‘disinformation becomes history’ quote. Apologies to 2256.

  3. about 6 years ago on Connie to the Wonnie

    Edward Bernays – the father of propaganda, born 125 years ago next Tuesday – would be so proud.

  4. about 6 years ago on Wallace the Brave

    That trick never works.

  5. about 6 years ago on F Minus

    Great drawing of Los Angeles.

    BTW, there aren’t (m)any talk shows in the USA that don’t already do this on a normal basis.

  6. almost 7 years ago on FoxTrot Classics

    I.n. 3.5. y.e.a.r.s., I. h.a.v.e. n.e.v.e.r. s.e.e.n. I.P. w.r.i.t.t.e.n. l.i.k.e. t.h.a.t.. W.h.y. d.i.d. w.e. e.v.e.n. b.o.t.h.e.r. w.r.i.t.i.n.g. R.F.C. 7.9.1. i.f. c.a.r.t.o.o.n.i.s.t.s. w.e.r.e. g.o.i.n.g. t.o. r.e.f.u.s.e. t.o. r.e.a.d. i.t.?.

  7. almost 7 years ago on Lio

    Could be worse, could be lumps of Ni-62, Fe-56 and Fe-58 in your stocking.

  8. about 7 years ago on Frazz

    Tᴚue stoᴚy: Ameᴚricans aᴚe all scaᴚed of ᴚoundabouts.

  9. about 7 years ago on Lio

    When s/he finishes up here, please tell them a color mechanic is needed on today’s Non Sequitur strip.

  10. over 7 years ago on Arlo and Janis

    Named after a 10th-century Scandinavian Constantine-wannabe and designed by a committee whose primary goal was maximizing pennies-per-device per-member royalties.

    What could possibly go wrong?