HidariMak2 Free

Comics I Follow

All of your followed comic titles will appear here.

For help on how to follow a comic title, click here

Recent Comments

  1. 13 days ago on Non Sequitur

    Not sure if this should be limited to just Americans. “The grass is always greener” is along the same lines as “you don’t have this”.

  2. about 1 month ago on Mo

    Ditto. I’m hoping that the wit of the strip is taken to the stupidity of parts of the country, or at least the view outside of Washington.

  3. about 1 month ago on Non Sequitur

    And here I thought the main theme of the Resurrection to be God killing himself, to appease himself.

  4. about 2 months ago on Mo

    Add onto that the lack of access to better funded schools for K through 12 (if they don’t come from a family of enough wealth to pay for it), as well as an inability for any decent post-secondary education for the most part without incurring decades of debt, and poverty becomes something that’s hard to claw your way out of.

  5. about 2 months ago on Mo

    Looks like you’re blissfully ignorant of what too many Americans are going through. With so many having to work multiple part time jobs (no sick leave, no vacation pay, no health plan), to work 60-80 hours each week, and still struggling to cover the basics and nothing else, building a nest egg just isn’t possible. Or do you believe that the people who die while hoping that reducing their insulin or not buying a replacement epi-pen won’t kill them, before they can look after some other expenses, are just lazy?

  6. about 2 months ago on Non Sequitur

    I love how eager the bystanders are, at saving the litigious.

  7. about 2 months ago on Mo

    I was thinking something similar, like showing people struggling in all sorts of jobs that she takes up, and the stupid statements of supporters from outside of the beltway.

    But at the same time, it’s hard to make humor out of the same outlandish, corrupt behavior coming out of a firehose, especially when the crazy is shouted out over a bullhorn by the perpetraitors (misspelling intentional).

  8. 2 months ago on Non Sequitur

    You mean like Christmas? The holiday was previously known as Saturnalia before the Christians took it over, having already consisted of feasting and gift exchanges, but was to worship the god Saturn. In the Druid faith, the priests of the ancient Celts decorated their temples with evergreens. The Druids also had the tradition of hanging mistletoe and hoping for a kiss under it. The Iranian god Mithra was born of a virgin on December 25. Sleipnir was Odin’s flying 8 legged horse, whose hooves on the rooftop was awaited by the children sleeping underneath. And it’s the Scandinavian fertility god Yule who is the source of Yuletide carols and greetings.

    Easter? Colored eggs hiding under bushes and delivered by a bunny don’t come from any bibles. There’s also Thanksgiving, Columbus day, and other holidays throughout the year. So again, what holidays are truly Christian?

  9. 2 months ago on Mo

    On a related note, some joker has added a “death date” to Wikipedia’s US Senate page.

  10. 2 months ago on Non Sequitur

    It’s the atheists who keep trying to point out the hypocrisy of the televangelists. The net worth of the televangelists is how you point out the difference between the people with morals, who overall have a better grasp of what’s in the bible, and the fundamentalists. That’s why the big promoters of Jesus within political supporters have caused the meme of “Republican Jesus”.