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  1. 4 days ago on Nick Anderson

    Understood.

  2. 5 days ago on That is Priceless

    I can’t tell fer sure, but it looks like the ol’ man’s playin’ pocket pool.

  3. 5 days ago on That is Priceless

    Yet without both, there’d be no parishioners.

  4. 5 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    Don’t forget how important it is to voice your concerns to your Congressmen, and anyone within earshot whenever you can engage them in civil, humorous banter. I’ve encountered many like minded people that way.

    Don’t preach, just comment on how ridiculous this administration is making our country look on the global stage, most recently by expressing an interest in buying Greenland, even photoshopping a Trump Hotel into a picturesque village.

    The free world laughs (nervously) while Denmark fumes, and Russia, Iran, North Korea, and China defile our sovereignty.

  5. 5 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    Too bad George Harrison isn’t alive to see this scene. It might explain “how you were inverted” (re: the lad), whose yield curve is apparently making quite an impression on the lass, who just wanted to know how she was getting a “hands free back rub”.

    “It’s nature’s way…” said the Spirit.

  6. 6 days ago on Nick Anderson

    Agreed!

    Mueller (with “gag order” from DOJ) did all he could to note that there was plenty of evidence to charge him with “high crimes and misdemeanors”, but only the Congress could charge him. Of course, that means impeachment. Personally I think they’re hoping Pence will move to invoke Article XXV, Section 4 of The Bill of Rights, while simultaneously fearing such a scenario, and its potential outcome.

    Our country is already torn asunder, so Democrats and Republicans alike should be well advised that the public will not tolerate the intolerance of Mitch McConnell’s refusal to advance legislation on the grounds that he “knows” POTUS would veto ANY progressive legislation (particularly involving reforms to gun, immigration, and voting).

    This “hot summer” could boil over if the demonstrations that are taking place across the Nation were to centralize on our nation’s Capitol. We retain the right to “peaceable assembly” by law. We should take inspiration from our forefathers and “stir the pot”, once called “The Melting Pot”. An injustice against one is an injustice against us all.

    We must all make our Representatives do their jobs. We must be firm, yet law abiding taxpayers. Remember this…“Taxation without representation is Tyranny!”

  7. 6 days ago on Jeff Danziger

    If one is already to the right of one’s destination, it becomes necessary to go to the left. If that destination happens to be the Oval Office*, upon arrival there, they’ll appear as centrists.

    *As opposed to the Offal Office, where Mr. Miller has his desk.

  8. 6 days ago on Nick Anderson

    The whole world is laughing at us. (Except Denmark; they’re insulted.)

    Thomas Jefferson’s Louisiana Purchase was deemed justifiable as the land bordered our western territory. With that as precedent, why not offer to buy Mexico? It’s just as absurd, but might save us the cost of building a wall, unless he went ahead with his plan (emulating what Germany did to the Jews in Warsaw, Poland in 1940). Anyone who knows their history should recall how that turned out!

  9. 6 days ago on Reality Check

    Please explain how you can tolerate an individual without tolerating their right to have individual ideas (or proclaim those ideas to be falsehoods)? That defies logic, for if you are indeed a tolerant person, it follows that you are considerate of the rights of others. If you are considerate, it indicates that you have given thought to whatever (or whomever) you know about that person and/or their ideas.

    I say this not to insult you, but to seek your consideration and tolerance. Without those qualities, our society cannot support freedom of speech, which is a pillar of our society. You need not agree with a person, but (to paraphrase Voltaire), you should defend their right to speak their mind.

    For example: I oppose fascism, yet when I heard a person (who purportedly was associated with ANTIFA) say something to the effect that there are no two sides to this issue – you’re anti-fascist, or you’re a Nazi. That, to me, is being narrow minded.

    Example #2: Basic Christian tenets include prohibitions about committing adultery and bearing false witness, both of which our President has done from time to time, yet hoards of Christians (including the Vice-President) support him. This, to me, is out of keeping with their religious beliefs.

    I have spoken my mind. Is any of this so intolerable that I should not be able to do so in a free country?

  10. 6 days ago on Reality Check

    Correction: Of the three pigs, the one whose house was built of bricks was not blown down. It was confiscated by a heartless landowner for failure to pay land tax!