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  1. 6 months ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    If you don’t like being tagged as a bigot, stop acting like one.

    Don’t you find it interesting that Trump was adamant on multiple occasions that there were “good people on both sides” of a white supremacist rally while that doesn’t seem to be case regarding players in the NFL?

    It’s precious how you think “Socialism” (not the capital “S”) is a bad thing. (chuckle) As if you knew what “Socialism” was. Hint: What do you think the military you revere so highly is?

  2. 8 months ago on Tank McNamara

    Um, Serena has already said she wouldn’t be able to play against the top male players.

    The issue comes down to the meaning of “best.” If it means “able to take on all comers of any type,” that’s one thing. If it means, “most achievements for their sport,” that’s another. The top level of the women’s game is a real thing and it requires real skill and talent to be able to be at the top of it because all the top players are at that level. That the top men could clean their clocks doesn’t change that fact. There’s a reason that Serena has more Grand Slam singles titles under her belt than any male player. There’s a reason that Graf has more time at #1 than any male player. There’s a reason that Navratilova has more Grand Slam titles than any male player. There’s a reason that Chris Everett was the winningest player in all of tennis with more match titles than any other player, male or female.

    So the idea of “best” very much depends upon what you mean by that term. Even looking at just the women’s game, define what you mean by “best.” A case could easily be made for any of Serena, Graff, Navratilova, Everett, and Court. And all of their records surpass the comparable stats for the men. So in order to define “best” among all players female and male, you’re going to have to be more specific.

    If all you mean is, “most likely to win a single match against any given opponent,” then yeah, it’s going to be a man. Somehow, I think most of us would consider that a pretty poor concept of “best.”

  3. 10 months ago on Bloom County 2018

    That’s the point. The contract of carriage binds both the passengers AND United. The airline can deny you boarding for almost any reason, but there is a specific list of reasons why they can refuse to transport you once you have boarded…and that they need the seat for an employee isn’t one of them. Once you have boarded, they can’t kick you off the plane without specific cause.

  4. about 1 year ago on Tank McNamara

    Or, you know, not. Given that Kaepernick has been doing a huge amount of charitable work, one has to wonder who the Fan Jerks of the Year were who thought he was some sort of jerk for pointing out the severe problem with racism we have in this country.

    It’s precious how so many people like to blame the person pointing out the problem.

  5. about 1 year ago on The Great Garfield Gender Debate Resolved: 'Garfield Is Male'

    That Garfield has a girlfriend doesn’t mean he’s male.

    That he is referred to as “he,” “him,” and “his” means he’s male.

  6. about 1 year ago on Tank McNamara

    He doesn’t like tomatoes and cucumbers? Because that’s all Greek Salad is. You can make it fancy with feta and olives, maybe some red onions, but it’s just tomatoes and cucumbers. No lettuce.

  7. over 1 year ago on Tank McNamara

    “Bruts”? They’re dry?

  8. over 1 year ago on Gasoline Alley

    My, how the worm begins to turn!

  9. over 1 year ago on Free Range

    There’s a better spoof of this, but it was already done and I bet Amend already knew it..https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZXHoWwBcDc.William Rowan Hamilton, inventor of the Hamiltonian which is used for everything quantum mechanics to computer graphics.

  10. over 1 year ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    What’s Louis doing to his clarinet case such that he needed a new one when talking to Julia and the press?.And that looks like a flute case, not a clarinet case. They’re more square..Yes, I play the clarinet. What of it?