Man: I'm guessing it's either the financial district or the church district.
Sign reads: CAUTION LAWS RANDOMLY OBEYED AHEAD.
Or the White House,
None of the mentioned do it randomly. It all depends on which laws they like.
It’s the entrance to Silicon Valley.
It can’t be the political district. The sign would say that laws were randomly enforced, capriciously and with prejudice.
So….it’s essentially an everybody district.
…most of the posted street speed limits in the town I currently live in.
Mr. Miller: I think that you should be more precise as to which particular religion seems to have ditched its moral compass overboard, along with ignoring the North Star.
High school. Right along with that “permanent record” they warned you about since kindergarten.
Actually, it is the Department of Justice district of this administration.
I am guilty as charged…how about you ?
It’s a Rorschach test…
Nothing random about the way this Admin obeys laws…….like any administration, or indeed any local police force, it enforces the laws it feels need to be enforced.I’m just glad we have a Democrat in the White House and not a sociopath and/or a crazy from the GOP……….
I’m guessing the Obama administration.
Obama is the best Republican there is in Office. just like the guy who ran the Plantation for the owners. doing the soul crushing work, for a fee. Ain’t Capitalism Grand???
Or DC. Or Hollywood.
Well then, it just depends.
now where is Danae?
Randomness has nothing to do with it….selectively disregarded may be more accurate.
Could be the White House.
My favorite street sign appeared on Fifth Avenue years a few years ago in front of the New York Public Library. It read, DON’T EVEN THINK OF PARKING HERE. New Yorkers are blunt.
In either district, obeying the laws randomly has been part of the American DNA since the Puritans. . .
Or the Clinton Sate Department . . . . .
I never took much stock in Puritans………
or anywhere else in the US.
I have been reading Non Sequitur for what seems decades now. In all that time, I have never, ever seen Wiley do anything even remotely bigoted. I have, however, seen people read all kinds of things into his work (projecting their own mental states, it would seem) and taking him to task for things that clearly occur only in their own minds. Frequently. Relentlessly.
Anywhere in the big city.
Bruno, boy I hope so….
I think I’m going to ignore not going to the bathroom, I’m too old…I break that law about once an hour….
You can be sure that a Wiley comic will bring out the totally non sequitur comments.Mr. Obama may indeed be an idiot (I think the jury is still out on that), but I’m fairly certain that he too was an honor student as a child.
When accusing someone of something as heinous as bigotry, it’s always a good idea to follow it with at least ONE example to back up such an allegation. So, can you provide us with such and example?
You are all wrong. It’s the science fiction district.
And yet, Christians had no trouble obtaining, buying, selling, owning and reproducing with slaves….Well, out of 39 comments, about twelve saying “The White House”.Please try to be more original in your hatred; if ten people said it, you don’t need to.
The Lawyers Motto: Just because you did it, doesn’t mean you’re guilty.
Gotta be the church district, the financial district obeys no laws.
College? Congress? State Capital?
Well since Capitalism is our state religion nowadays, “Finance District” and “Church District” are basically the same.
It’s alright. I forgive you.
Well it damn sure isn’t Congress, they pass and impose all kind of laws and regulation then exempt themselves from ’em, what a bunch of rubes and hypocrites!
Well, if it isn’t ColoradoRight, here to lie to us about history. If anyone still believes that canard, he or she might want to read Freethinkers by Susan Jacoby, which details the history of the abolitionist, women’s suffrage, and civil rights movements, and shows how non-religious people and those who may have been religious, but were not part of the mainstream of christianity at the time (and who were considered as heretics and apostates by the christians of that time, much as they would be today by ColoradoRight) led all three movements.In any case, it’s just silly to deny that the bible (and the koran) supports slavery.
February 16, 2022