Harvey

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From Ohio. Have lived in China and visited 13 countries and visited most of the continental states in the U.S. I have worked for less than minimum wage, had my own business, and prefer to be positive about everything in life. I enjoy the comics every morning and would have to say Non Sequitur is my favorite. I do enjoy a good discussion in the comments regardless of which side of a discussion you are on. My picture is a real picture of me too.

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Recent Comments

  1. about 21 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    So something that has worked since the beginning of life is now in question? Mankind has finally become the all mighty and the amazing and complex interactions that determine what species live or die is no longer relevant? I agree that natural immunity does not work at an individual level potentially, however, I think that we are deluding ourselves as a species if we think the impacts (e.g. vaccines, car emissions, over population) of human action will not have long term consequences. Ignoring what has worked since them beginning of life is delusional.

  2. about 21 hours ago on Non Sequitur

    So, my right to life means you should be locked in a bubble and all the air you exhale should be filtered. You should not be able to drive, unless I need a ride, because that puts my life at risk too.

    When you start imposing your “right to live” in such a manner that other people are personally impacted, that crosses the line. Smoking is a great discussion example for this conversation. I agree a person should not be able to smoke on a plane or bus where it directly impacts other people. Society established smoking areas which work, but is a compromise as it does impact the life of the smoker.

    With COVID, the masks are a form of compromise, that like smoking areas, do not provide 100% separation or protection, but do help. But, we should never mandate masks to an extreme (e.g. you have to wear them 100% of the time).

    Your right to work in a safe environment has to have the same restrictions as everyone else’s right to work in the environment they feel safe in, and the opinions on that is what causes of this social debate.

    I think it is a good call not to work for a tobacco company if you are not a smoker and I agree, I could not work in such an environment.

  3. 2 days ago on Free Range

    He had a lot of dough saved for retirement.

  4. 5 days ago on Al Goodwyn Editorial Cartoons

    both parties. There is not a single item on your list where I cannot find examples in both parties.

  5. 5 days ago on bacon

    I don’t think I have seen anything like this done so well, it is disturbing to look at.

  6. 6 days ago on Non Sequitur

    When you read the headline and then apply that to the rest of the comic, it is a multilayered comic today. True artistry.

  7. 7 days ago on B.C.

    I have never figured out why people like the darker films, to me it is just a production that was cheap with the props and by going darker, just hiding the details. Most of the Batman movies are a great example of using a darker approach resulting in mediocre stories that are not entertaining or worth watching a second time. Today’s comic, judging by the comments, is an example where it is not working here either.

  8. 8 days ago on Break of Day

    One cold hearted cube

  9. 11 days ago on Clay Jones

    Fairly simple, Joe wants to require you are vaccinated or tested regularly in order to have a job, if this is against your beliefs (and I am not saying it is against mine), then the employers cannot let you work and you don’t have a job. No job, no money, no food. I know the liberal mindset is that you can just get unemployment and live off the tax payers, but that is also against many people’s beliefs (including mine).

  10. 11 days ago on Clay Jones

    You are confusing rights with privilege’s. A drivers license is a privilege. There are rights, laws, regulations, ordinances and so on and the rules of governing and the limitations associated with each are important to understand.

    Rights are defined in the constitution and its amendments like XIV, section 1: All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. Amendment V has a similar text, “nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law;”.

    The mandate is an example of being deprived of life, liberty, and possible property without due process.

    Stopping at a red light I believe is a law but might be a regulation, again these are not rights. Wearing pants in public is an interesting one as now your are actually impacting other peoples but again I believe this is either law or regulation.

    I am definitely not an anti-vaxer but I will not stand idly by when rights are being infringed upon by the government.

    All that being said, Clay Jones is right on target today with the fact that a majority of America including businesses believe most people should be vaccinated. The far right does seem caught by surprise which is not surprising.