Rose is Rose by Don Wimmer and Pat Brady for September 09, 2013

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    Burnout70s  over 8 years ago

    It’s what helps us stay sane…

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    StoicLion1973  over 8 years ago

    Uh-oh, you’ve disturbed a hornet’s nest with that one.

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    sbchamp  over 8 years ago

    No funz if no screamy!

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    Desertsinger1972  over 8 years ago

    @StoicLionI agree with you. bpullin disturbed a very large honet’s nest. But I will let it go with that. He or she dug the grave, now lay in it and enjoy the comeuppance.

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    duffer37  over 8 years ago

    Sorry, I’m with bpullin on this. She’s got one kid, no job, and a husband who adores her and does plenty of things for her. She needs to wake up and realize she’s got it made compared to 90% of the women in this country.

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    Gokie5  over 8 years ago

    “if its silent why does it show her yelling like a little baby?”She’s not necessarily making any noise. She’s lip-synching, as it were.

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    Gokie5  over 8 years ago

    “What’s her problem??”As I’ve mentioned before, Rose may have a congenital condition such as dysthymia, “a mood disorder consisting of the same cognitive and physical problems as in depression, with less severe but longer-lasting symptoms” (Wikipedia); bipolar disorder; or a similar condition. The poem “Richard Cory” speaks powerfully to the phenomenon of how someone who apparently has it all, really doesn’t. Seehttp://www.poemhunter.com/poem/richard-cory/

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    Rustikalni Marija Premium Member over 8 years ago

    What is it about this day’s strip that’s bringing out all the Laz-E-Boy psychologists amongst us? Rose pitches a silent hissy tantrum, but then gets on with life, like many of us. Alas, that’s life in the age of over-analyzing trivial matters, especially in comic strips.

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    Desertsinger1972  over 8 years ago

    @Duffer37Excuse me, but she does have a job. Taking care of a house and raising a child is a full time job. She might not be paid, but trust me, that is a job. Never, ever say stay-at-home moms don’t have a job. I also hate it when people call stay-at-moms stuped and lazy, becuase we are not. Many of us are well educated. We just decided we wanted to raise our children and not pay some stranger to do it for us.

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    Chickweed Fan  over 8 years ago

    ComicsJester: Maybe Rose just went through the motions and didn’t let out a sound.

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    Rustikalni Marija Premium Member over 8 years ago

    @ Jada Witmer

    I wholeheartedly agree that being a stay-at-home mother is a full time job, 24/7/365. I may be single, but I appreciate what you do in raising a family and running a household.

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    Argy.Bargy2  over 8 years ago

    Apparently, you were an orphan. Otherwise, your mother would be gently chastising you about now.

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    Doctor11  over 8 years ago

    We all have those moments, Rose.

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    Desertsinger1972  over 8 years ago

    @trucanadianliberal

    Breeders? Well don’t hold back, tell us how you really feel about people who choose to become parents. I am quite sure you are happy in you state of not having children, everything is perfect in your house, and everything is just the way you like it. But don’t put down those of us who do have children by calling us “breeders”. For your information it does not make you sound really super intelligent. It just makes you sound very stuck up and unlikeable.Cheers.

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