Coulter’s transgender status was NOT as well known when this was written – either Aaron had some inside dope or was just guessing. Now, well, it’s hardly a secret.
This is probably the best C&H daily comic of all time* – just made my day.
*The Sunday with the slushball, Suzie’s eye getting “knocked out”, and the poophead is still number one overall.
Huey isnt saying that they made fun of black folks – he’s saying that the show was so lowbrow as to appear be written for idiots, with the subtext that the show portrayed black folk as a bunch of simpletons. They may as well have had minstrel music playing in the background.
Kids in school should be judged on one thing and one thing only – academic performance. Dress codes are a panacea for the creatively weak and do little beyond stifling critical thought and intellectual reach.
Not quite. In British legal tradition (noted as far back as the 14th century) the name “John Doe” is the name used for an unknown plaintiff, and “Richard Roe” is used for an unknown defendant. “Jane” substitutes in for both versions in the case of a female.
The tradition continues in virtually all countries that use the criminal legal system but the usage of the names has become rather cavalier. In the case of Roe v. Wade, Ms McCorvey was given “Roe” simply because there was already a case on the docket with a “Jane Doe” plaintiff.
It’s not like Coulter’s gender reassignment is a secret anymore, anyway.
I will admit that this is one of my favourite story arcs from the entire run.
Huh. I never knew that Pig was a Republican.
Smell? Probably the owner. The more it smells like rancid durian, the more the dog likes it and the more likely the owner is to never ever ever buy it again.
Absolutely correct. Gravy Train was the one where you would add water to make “delicious beefy gravy”. Which, oddly enough, smelled exactly like bacon gone bad.