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  1. about 1 hour ago on Mike Lester

    Good. But it’s probably a fraction of the coverage Brees got. But I’m thinking more along the lines of those who criticized Brees, whether they be fellow NFL players, ex-players, media talking heads, social justice advocates, etc. They are all mostly silent on DeShaun’s comments which were far more offensive imo. Have you seen what he tweeted? Quoting Hitler, incorrectly or not, is offensive. Where’s the outrage for Jackson? Why does Brees get skewered and Jackson gets to skate?

  2. about 2 hours ago on Mike Lester

    Double standards abound! Drew Brees pays respect to BLM but voices his unwillingness to kneel for the national Anthem. He was ripped several new ones and apologized 3 or 4 times, his wife was made to also apologize and probably his kids and dog, by now, too. DeShaun Jackson tweets out anti-Semitic statements and nobody calls him out. Can you imagine if Drew Brees tweeted out exactly what Jackson tweeted? He’d be done. I should point out that Brees has been a model citizen and a great contributor to community causes in his adopted home of New Orleans. Jackson? Meh.

  3. about 2 hours ago on The Duplex

    And do I need to remind you that you are making your comment on a website for comics? :D

  4. about 2 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Alarmists. The “experts” have whiffed badly on nearly everything. Hospitals have not been overrun with Covid patients and those who are most vulnerable to bad outcomes due to age and co-morbid factors need to take precautions. Protect the vulnerable (e.g. don’t put Covid infected people in long-tern care facilities with the sick and the old). Just like the flu, this virus is not going to be stopped. A vaccine will help and a portion of the population recovered from the virus will help. Improvements in treatment will help minimize the mortality numbers.

    Gotta love the media reporting that hospitalizations are up but ignoring that the vast majority of that is because those hospitals started accepting non-emergency patients for surgery and care. Or that the ICU is about to be overwhelmed because they are at 90-95% capacity, totally ignoring that without the pandemic they ICU is normally 85-90% full.

  5. about 2 hours ago on Jack Ohman

    Speaking of Trump Buddies, the Florida Dem Party is returning the $780,000 PPP loan they got – After it became public, of course.

  6. about 3 hours ago on The Duplex

    I grew up but still love the stooges. :)

  7. about 3 hours ago on WuMo

    The most sexist, misogynistic little pervs on earth are the dorks who create comic books and video games. Fact!

  8. about 3 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    He had talent and looked really good for one season. His last season before losing his job as the starter was awful. He ranked right near the bottom of all NFL QB’s that year. None of the QB’s ranked below or even many of the ones who ranked better, are in the NFL now. Johnny Manzel was ranked ahead of him. He doesn’t have an NFL team, either. CK did something that season that no other QB has ever done int he history of the NFL – He was sacked more times than he threw for yards. He was 1 for 5 with only 4 yards and was sacked 5 times. He was pulled in the 3rd quarter. He was “surprised” that he was pulled. LOL

  9. about 3 hours ago on Jeff Stahler

    Their infections are up but the death rate is dropping. Mostly younger cohorts testing positive and getting the population closer to herd immunity :)

  10. about 4 hours ago on Mike Luckovich

    Just a lot of bluster, imo. States and schools districts will ultimately decide what school will look like this school year. Nor will trump follow through on his threat to pull fed funding, which isn’t much to begin with. Even if he did, it would go to court and he’d lose on that one.