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Tom the Dancing Bug by Ruben Bolling for December 20, 2018

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    kaffekup   11 months ago

    Listen, Ant, if it’s good enough for evangelical preachers, it’s good enough for you, too!

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    Brass Orchid Premium Member 11 months ago

    sorry… I’m not in right now… I’m probably off stifling my inner child or something… or maybe throttling… please leave a message…

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    zippy49  11 months ago

    “Methinks the lady doth protest too much…”

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    GuacamoleCostsExtra  11 months ago

    It seem plausible the he would have slept in his judge robes. He was a brilliant man. Which is why the reasoning he used in some of his opinions that were blatantly biased that much more awful. He was smart enough to realize he was being intellectually dishonest to serve his ideology…not the law.

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    Packratjohn Premium Member 11 months ago

    Res judicata, indeed. That’s his story and he’s sticking to it.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 11 months ago

    It’s funny NOW to think that the entire brouhaha about same-sex marriage was ignoring the fact that the ONLY thing changed was gender of one of the partners in the marriage. That’s it. NOTHING ELSE was changed. And, by the way, contrary to the B.S. that was spread by the Evangelical Nutballs at the time, the world has NOT ended, and the entire country has NOT collapsed into perversion…just the Republican Party.

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    Godfreydaniel  11 months ago

    I sometimes wonder if J. Edgar Hoover would have married his longtime male lover had he lived in the modern world. Then, I decide, probably not: Hoover was always a coward besides being dishonest.

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    mfrasca  11 months ago

    Scalia followed William Mandella and Marygay Potter through a collapsar.

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    Matt Gilbert Premium Member 11 months ago

    The only reason I was sad two years ago when the judge passed was that there would be no more Judge Scalia Dancing Bug toons. :(

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    AndrewSihler  11 months ago

    Well, I dunno, he was mighty fond of opera. Definitely suspect. According to George Chauncey’s “Gay New York”, in the forties men could be "taken in for questioning " when they’d been overheard talking about opera, in a bar suspected of being a gay haunt.

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    jpozenel  11 months ago

    “The Tool Shed” must be the equivalent to Home Depot. Why else would he be there?

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    Packratjohn Premium Member 11 months ago

    In panel 1, who, exactly, is the other person, or creature, in the bed?

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    pjmarler.  11 months ago

    Thank his god that he’s still dead. But, did he like beer?

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    Witmemo  11 months ago

    Scalia was one of the most dangerously unhinged individuals to hold a lifetime appointment with significant power. He actually believed that the state should be able to lock you up for the crime of touching your own body in a highly pleasurable manner!

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