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Jetpack Jr.

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Family Tree

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Recent Comments

  1. 6 days ago on Peanuts

    “Can you explain to me how this is ‘equality’?”

    Can YOU explain how you have even the slightest amount of evidence that the woman was hired expressly BECAUSE she was a woman? You aren’t subject to whatever went on, unless you had the place bugged.

    Affirmative action hiring—-which, despite the spittle-flecked claims of racists ‘cross the land—-does in fact benefit white women more than any other demographic. This statistical fact doesn’t somehow translate into “women have more rights than men,” which is a bizarre piece of non-sequitur logic.

    This is the problem with you guys—-you think in binaries. There are never any grays. That applies to people you’re arguing with, as well. You make the assumption, based on no evidence, that I believe “women must always be portrayed as victims”. Because “PC fantasy world,” or something.

    When women victimize men, women victimize men. Plain as that. It happens all the time. Emotional abuse, physical abuse…you name it. No honest person would dispute that.

    What that doesn’t change is the fact that while individual women can certainly victimize individual men, women do not, and cannot, SYSTEMICLY victimize men. They cannot do this because they do not hold enough positions of power. Men still hold much more institutional power than women. That’s just a fact.

    It’s also a fact that women do not possess more legal rights than men. If you can point to any actual laws on the books giving women more behavioral leeway, civil rights, legal rights, or anything else, please do so.

    Further, even on the individual level, men still hold a great deal of disproportionate power over women. All you have to do is observe the trainwreck following the Ford/Kavanaugh testimony to see that, and how women’s voices are mocked, ridiculed and delegitimized by the highest levels of governmental power, which in turn empowers those proclivities in millions of ordinary men——and women who have internalized that misogynistic impulse.

  2. 8 days ago on Peanuts

    You just keep telling yourself that, champ. Meanwhile, real men don’t wallow in imagined victimhood. It’s unbecoming.

  3. 8 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Waaaay more than “some.” And I’ve never understood that. Those phones are so vulnerable to either falling out or being stolen. So easy for either to happen. Anyone could come along and just snatch it up in half a second without even having to be sneaky about it. I just don’t understand why that’s a risk they take.

  4. 8 days ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Huh? You mean side pockets on women’s jeans tend to be really shallow? I didn’t know that. I DID know that many women’s jeans have BACK pockets that are ridiculously short, and the reason I’m aware of this is because so many women insist, for some reason I cannot comprehend, on keeping their phones in them.

  5. 8 days ago on Peanuts

    Try again.

  6. 9 days ago on Peanuts

    That’s actually kind of an unusual pose in panel one for Schulz to have depicted this late. It looks more typical of the first few years when the characters were a bit more three-dimensional and less abstracted.

  7. 9 days ago on Peanuts

    “Now women have more rights than men.”

    Jeez, are you people EVERYWHERE on the internet?

  8. 9 days ago on Peanuts

    I’ve never really seen these very early episodes with Marcie (beyond the camp sequence where she first showed up as nameless little oddball). I’m actually kind of surprised to see that her mature, sage-like personality was more or less already in place. I had been under the impression that she was originally something of a space cadet, based on her depiction in A CHARLIE BROWN THANKSGIVING (1973) where she’s kind of a thickheaded child to Peppermint Patty’s frustrated adult.

  9. 9 days ago on Peanuts

    Her calling him “Charles” fits with her character much better.

  10. 9 days ago on Peanuts

    Good grief, if her signals were any more mixed, she’d be bleeding Trail Mix.