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  1. 3 months ago on Joe Heller

    Abbott has a corporate culture of doing everything the cheapest way. The welfare of the customer is way down their actual list of priorities. Check out how many Abbot facilities have been shut down by the FDA. Voluntary means the lawyers on both sides worked out a compromise to reduce the fine and bad publicity.

  2. over 1 year ago on Shoe

    it is a basic rule of American business that that more contact you have with a customer, the less your are paid. Avoid customer contact and your pay increases.

  3. over 1 year ago on Mike du Jour

    Rodin did one—called The Burghers of Calais

  4. over 2 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    Remember, this cartoon is an ongoing saga, that was stopped and then began again from the beginning, retelling it with some modification, in response to the artist/creator’s divorce.

  5. over 2 years ago on Mike du Jour

    I have not been paying attention. These ’word of the day gags go on for a week. The quotes featured in the newspaper the cook is holding—in the past have they all been from the same person, like the H L Mencken this week?

  6. over 2 years ago on FoxTrot

    I am not thankful for our military. In ‘the great war’ (WWI) and ‘the war to make the world safe for democracy’ (WWII) America used war dogs. It was generally recognized that these loyal canine warriors were too dangerous to return to civilian life. Now, in the unending war in Afghanistan, war dogs are again an important part of our struggle. But this time they are recognized as too much of the overall and individual struggle to be sacrificed and methods have been developed to allow them to come back to civilian life with their human partners. Yet we still send the humans again and again for redeployment, even as many as five times. They come back to unbearable mental and moral burdens and kill themselves in record numbers. We thank them for their service and hand their survivor families a carefully folded flag. We treat our human military worse than dogs.

  7. almost 3 years ago on Gary Markstein

    My son served 20 years as a Navy Officer, including 12 years with the 3rd special warfare group out of Coronado Island. Shortly before he retired, he told me: “Father, if you knew some of the things I have done, you would never speak to me again.” He killed himself August 11, 2019. I talked to a Navy reserve Chaplain about counseling for me, as part of the family of this veteran. He told me the Navy had nothing. He said there was lots of talk from higher command about the problem, but nothing is the result.

  8. almost 3 years ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    And don’t forget ‘smoking jackets’ I bought one as a BOGO with a suit in Hong Kong back in 1960 and I still have it in my closet and still have never worn it.

  9. almost 5 years ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    I would be more concerned about the national debt. Or empty pockets of tourists who are unable to pay their hotel bill after contact with this tree.

  10. over 5 years ago on For Better or For Worse

    This strip may be a clue as to the eventual breakup of the author’s marriage.