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  1. 10 months ago on Cornered

    Praised be the book of Cornered.

  2. about 1 year ago on Cornered

    Thanks Mike! Have to stop eating while reading your comic. Laughed so hard I spit yogurt on my screen. Well worth the clean up!

  3. about 1 year ago on Dilbert Classics

    This is timeless! I could laugh at this every day. Thanks Scott!

  4. over 1 year ago on Kevin Kallaugher

    She violated the political correctness of the elephant, obviously Gwen Berry should be cancelled. Oh, but wait, the elephant doesn’t believe in cancel culture.

  5. over 1 year ago on Cornered

    THANK YOU for creating this! Cornered has been one of my favorites since I found it about 6 months ago. But today’s Cornered may be the funniest comic I’ve ever read. I’m basing this on the amount of time I’ve been sitting here by myself laughing out load uncontrollably. Every time I look, or even think about it, the laughing starts again.

  6. about 2 years ago on Non Sequitur

    First of all I think the way Wiley creates the interaction between the couple is funny. I see a lot of these comments insisting that the absolutes are the only way to look at the social commentary and I do not agree. White Male privilege is a real thing AND the majority of white males do not find that their own path to success is easy, or somehow given to them. Just because my path wasn’t easy, does not mean that the scales were not tipped to make it even more difficult for others just because of their color, origin, sex, or other perceived difference from being a white male. White Male privilege once dominated everything, even if that didn’t mean every white male lived on easy street. That is not the case now. Considerable progress has been made and many people that previously would have been discriminated against, can now follow a path that is no different than white males. At the same time, this does not mean the problem is solved. To pretend that it is solved just because progress has been made ignores the reality of how ingrained and absolute the problem was to begin with, every single attempt to change has been met with powerful push back. Fortunately many successes have been made despite the force being applied to maintain the status quo. But, some success in moving forward does not mean all the underlying problems are fixed. On the other extreme to this discussion, to pretend that today every single non white male goes through the Wiley drawn gauntlet in everything they do and all white males are handed a golden ticket, ignores the reality of where we are at this point in time. These extremes on both sides do not help. In fact they fuel the extreme views of the other side. Better to see all sides and find the humor, there is always plenty to laugh about.