Frank and Ernest by Thaves for November 15, 2020

  1. Missing large
    gammaguy  over 1 year ago

    Good thing it wasn’t Napoleon’s piano.

     •  Reply
  2. Missing large
    Chris  over 1 year ago

    oh well, he didn’t seem too important to me anyway.

     •  Reply
  3. Missing large
    uniquename  over 1 year ago

    They’re gonna take the cost of that statue out of your paychecks.

     •  Reply
  4. Gocomic avatar
    sandpiper  over 1 year ago

    Timing is everything, Ernie. Should have waited until you had an elbow on the bar next to a cool one.

     •  Reply
  5. Bill the cat
    William Green Premium Member over 1 year ago


     •  Reply
  6. Missing large
    VickiP123  over 1 year ago

    Common sense takes a back seat to fanaticism…look at ISIS taking down ancient cities from 2000 yrs BC – so stupid…and uselessly destructive. Losing our history doesn’t change it

     •  Reply
  7. Profile pic
    The Orange Mailman  over 1 year ago

    That was a bust.

     •  Reply
  8. Lew. shaved beard jul 11
    leweclectic  over 1 year ago

    Yes High School Harry (HSH) destruction of any work of Art or historical documents is, in the end, counter productive. However prevarications, deceit, & out & out lies—not unlike our current POTUS & his ilk – are far more evil & dangerous to this republican democracy, & its people, than you are able to wrap your “Little grey cells around”. On your Profile pg. you call yourself a “Rebel”, but you are no heroic rebel. So, for your edification allow me to list a few real rebels:

    Sitting Bull – This 19th century Hunkpapa Lakota chief was a great warrior, but more importantly, he was a true leader defending his people and nation against white colonizers.

    Harriet Tubman – She struck a massive blow in the name of equality. Born a slave, Tubman escaped & then proceeded to help many others do the same. During her lifetime, she was also a Civil War spy & scout for the United States & later championed the women’s suffrage movement. A rebel if there ever was one.

    Alice Paul – She was born & educated in America, but her first experience with the women’s suffrage movement was in England. Here, she became close with fellow American activist Lucy Burns, & together they would mount numerous protests & acts of civil disobedience in the name of the women’s vote, resulting in multiple arrests. Returning to the U.S. in 1910, Paul became one of the country’s greatest champions for gender equality & an instrumental player in the passing of the 19th Amendment.

    Martin Luther King Jr. – Arguably the most famous Civil Rights leader in world history & one of the greatest orators to ever step up to a podium. This rebel became a Baptist minister in his own right, an activist & one of the most inspirational figures of the century. From 1954 until the time of his assassin he was the voice & face of the American non-violet Civil Rights movement. Though hatred & fear led to his murder, no amount of it could kill his dream.You Sir, HSH, are none of the rebels listed above.

     •  Reply
  9. 5x5
    Earnestly Frank  over 1 year ago

    Such admirers of the statue. They love it to pieces.

     •  Reply
Sign in to comment

More From Frank and Ernest