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  1. over 2 years ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    He’s fine, he changed his shirt. He only needs the glasses when he faces his archenemy, Color-Blind-Man!

  2. over 2 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    The attack on Pearl Harbor was an act of war in itself, so anybody helping with it is waging war on the United States. But offering to help a political candidate with opposition research, even if the campaign later lies about it, is not an act of war. Last I checked, it’s not clear that Trump was in on the cracking of Podesta’s email account or the leaks of DNC emails to Wikileaks, but those aren’t acts of war either, even if they are illegal.

    Hippogriff is right that there are plenty of grounds for impeaching Trump if Congress is interested (and also for prosecuting of some of the people in the campaign if Mueller is interested and Trump doesn’t stop him). But that’s not treason. (And it’s absolutely a fit topic for cute satire; that’s what I come here for!)

  3. over 2 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    Exactly

  4. over 2 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    ‘Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.’

  5. over 2 years ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    It’s alphabetized immediately after Tom the Dancing Bug, of which it is a rerun.

  6. over 2 years ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    Ah, but he is an idiot!

  7. over 2 years ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    Homo sapien**s**

  8. over 2 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    But by ‘God is dead’, Nietzche didn’t mean that God does not exist (much less, as you would think if you took it literally, that God used to exist and does no longer). Rather, he took it for granted that God does not exist, and what he meant to express is that God is not believed in (although he used to be). More precisely, the issue is that belief in God is no longer able to give society an absolute standard of morality (whether because people are really atheists, or just because they doubt too much, or even because there are too many different ideas about God, is not that important).

    It is therefore necessary, to avoid nihilistic despair, for people to develop new systems of values, and this is really what Nietzsche was concerned with.

  9. over 2 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    Yes, power only tends to corrupt, but absolute power absolutely does corrupt.

  10. over 2 years ago on Super-Fun-Pak Comix

    And yet A was just as imaginary.