It occurs to me that I’d be very wary if a StormTrumper offered me soap in one of those camps. I’d wonder what might come out of the shower nozzles….
When you consider his devotion to Putin, and his statement about how he “fell in love” with Kim, are you sure Cohn wasn’t his type?
No; being evil is enough.
As I said below another cartoon, GoComics needs to change the symbol they use on that button. “Like” or “Heart” does NOT capture how I feel about this picture. “Agree” or “Approve,” yes — but don’t imply this pleases me.
GoComics needs to change the symbol they use on that button. “Like” or “Heart” does NOT capture how I feel about this cartoon. “Agree” or “Approve,” yes — but don’t imply this pleases me.
Look at the smirk on that guard’s face.
And MAGAts are determined that you “shall not replace us.” They certainly deserve to be replaced.
Anyone who marches side by side with people who wave the swastika flag … is filth.
At least once, it’s been stated in the Peanuts strip that the cat next door to Snoopy is named “World War II.” Charlie Brown told Peppermint Patty that. Mistakenly believing the cat was actually Snoopy in disguise (she’d learned by then that Snoopy is a dog, not an odd-looking kid), she attacked it.
The cat’s name is “World War II.” No, I’m not joking.
Incidentally, in the comic book Groo, there was an arc in which everyone who spoke of a certain travelling sage would also mention the dog that accompanied him, and then be interrupted with the question, “Say, what is that dog’s name, anyway?” This culminated with an evil wizard appearing in a cloud of smoke: “Now, Sage, I will destroy you and your dog — say, what is that dog’s name, anyway?”
It’s the Shadow of Doom™ cast by the parent unicorns’ ominous names.