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  1. 23 days ago on Chip Bok

    Sadly, Flat Earthers will always be around.

  2. 27 days ago on Dana Summers

    PS I’m still peeved about the ending of “The Prisoner”.

  3. 27 days ago on Dana Summers

    I watch a lot of TV both as a kid and adult, and I read a WHOLE lot of books and magazines both as a kid and adult! Thank God for Libraries! And President Trump is doing quite well also. Lot’s better then a boat captain I can recall.

  4. 27 days ago on Wrong Hands

    I’ve seen Pollock’s work and it is actually petty good, (for values of good). It helps (with all art) to actually SEE THEM IN PERSON, not photos in a book.

  5. 27 days ago on Chip Bok

    I’m old enough to actually had both the Mumps and Measles (back to back as it happened got over one, went to school one day, and came home with the other) They were NO fun trust me!! But, even IF a small percentage of the population does have a reaction to the shots, overall we all are still better off with them being mandatory. Fewer people will die or be impaired in some way from mandatory vaccinations then would have died or been impaired by the disease. People did die from these, and many have physical scarring from them. Heck there are people who have died from some flu shots, and even Penicillin can kill people. Nobody gets out of life alive. But you shouldn’t make it harder on yourself and your children by going though those diseases.

  6. about 1 month ago on Frazz

    Or you could join a gym, and avoid hyperthermia and pneumonia.

  7. about 1 month ago on Ben

    Nothing a scoped air-rifle wouldn’t fix.

  8. about 1 month ago on Ken Catalino

    Or we could build Fusion reactors, which don’t create a lot of radioactive waste, and are not subject to a meltdown. Climate change is no big deal, warm weather is better for humans then cold, see ICE AGE, and the amount of change we have seen is FAR, FAR LESS then the ice core samples show has happened in the past millenniums.

  9. about 1 month ago on Wide Open

    “A poet who reads his verse in public may have other nasty habits.” Lazarus Long

  10. about 1 month ago on Scary Gary

    Watched both.