Maybe that’s because I made it up !
So would I! Can you make that happen?
It was not meant to be “funny”. Perhaps you should read the rest of the comments on this page. Comics don’t just entertain. They can be used to make a serious point.
I wanted to use “crap”, but knew I’d get crap for using it, especially because it’s a Sunday cartoon.
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Translation:You can’t handle the truth, nor can you provide anything to refute what has been presented. Yet YOU accuse Trudeau of “servile partisanship”.
No, I don’t. Guess there’s something out in the ethos about Pompeii.
Yes, different features may have different deadlines. Since Scott’s is a political strip, he needs to work on a shorter time frame for relevance to the material. My dailies are done 3-4 weeks ahead of publication (Sundays are 6-8 weeks ahead of publication). Others work on a longer delay. You will undoubtedly be seeing a lot more tributes to Lee Salem. This was the earliest I could get mine in…thanks to being a bit behind on my deadlines at the time.
Guess who’s going to get fired today….-———————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————-“The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s acting chief scientist said in an email to colleagues Sunday that he is investigating whether the agency’s response to President Trump’s Hurricane Dorian tweets constituted a violation of NOAA policies and ethics.
In an email to NOAA staff that was obtained by The Washington Post, the official, Craig McLean, called the agency’s response “political” and a “danger to public health and safety.”