Can you imagine what you then could have done with the loaf of bread that the rich got, instead of the breadcrumbs?
can’t tell if you’re serious…..
Srsly, this comic is 10 years old…
Yes, that is why she will adopt Annie. To get that adult guidance. From Annie. :)
“cordon sanitaire” https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cordon_sanitaire
isn’t it on the top of his head, plain and clear to see for all….??
Not true. In many countries this can happen. For example: in Germany, Belgium or the Netherlands, the government is formed by a coalition. So party A can get 48% of the popular vote/seats, party B 10%, party C gets 12%, party D gets 25% and party E gets 5%. Party A has the most votes and represents nearly half the population. But B, C, D and E form a coalition and together they represent 52% — so they can govern… And not A …
Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus disagrees…
English doesn’t “borrow” from other languages: it follows them down dark alleys, knocks them over, and goes through their pockets for loose grammar and valuable vocabulary.