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Tom the Dancing Bug for Oct 6, 2017

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    Monster Hesh  10 months ago

    “This is the price of freedom. Violent nuts are allowed to roam free until they do damage, no matter how threatening they are." — violent nut Bill O’Reilly, October 1st 2017, proving at while satire may not be dead, it can’t keep up with real-life insanity

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    Funny_Ha_Ha  10 months ago

    When we declare worldwide peace we should remember to send out thoughts and prayers to all the newly bankrupt weapons manufactures.

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    NeedaChuckle  10 months ago

    Trump make a strange warning statement at a recent meeting. We are toast!!

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    Brass Orchid GC Insider 10 months ago

    Isn’t this why NK and Iran are being allowed to develop nuclear weapons, to end the existential threat of nuclear destruction the U.S.A. represents to advocates of global socialism?

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    Masterskrain GC Insider 10 months ago

    And for those of you who think someone being able to have a Nuke small enough for ANYONE to use is fiction, we had them in the 50s…https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Davy_Crockett_(nuclear_device)

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    mfrasca  10 months ago

    In Neal Stephenson’s “Snow Crash,” Dmitri Ravinoff, aka “Raven,” used a nuclear device as personal protection. It was rigged to detonate with cessation of his brain activity. Everyone around him was very protective of Raven’s well-being.

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    Linguist  10 months ago

    Mr. Bolling has summed up North Korea’s raison d’etre for nuclear weapons precisely in his last panel.

    All their saber rattling and missile testing is to get the world to pay attention to them and respect them as a world player. They’re like a little child who craves attention – negative attention is better than being ignored.

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    Stephen Rousseau  10 months ago

    Heh, Dotard…

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    GRLCowan  10 months ago

    Nuclear bomb seekers have never needed reactors.

    Power reactors destroy bomb cores, safely and forever, like nothing else.

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    troymagill  10 months ago

    I seem to recall Vernor Vinge’s “The Ungoverned”, in which the military from the Republic of New Mexico invaded Kansas. Unfortunately, the invading army made the mistake of attempting to cross the property of a nuclear-armed rancher…

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    Strob GC Insider 10 months ago

    Vernor Vinge! “True Names“!! What a visionary.

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    Linguist  10 months ago

    I hate to say this, but when I heard that the mass murder in Las Vegas was carried out by a single, white, middle-aged male, with no known political affiliations, I breathed a sigh of relief.

    Imagine the hysteria coming from Washington and the alt-right had the shooter been an African-American, Hispanic, or Muslim ?

    I fear it would have opened the floodgates of repressions, retaliations and draconian legislation in the name of protecting the U.S. against “terrorists” – foreign and domestic.

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    catmom1360 GC Insider 9 months ago

    The 911 terrorists used planes as weapons. Shall we ban planes?

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