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  1. over 1 year ago on Bloom County

    I’m looking for the Calvin&Hobbes crossover stuff. I thought it would be on these dates. Confused.

  2. about 12 years ago on Doonesbury

    “Sen. Kerry” is just some kind of soupnuts shorthand for socialism or fluoridation or whatever’s boiling their bedpans this week.

  3. almost 13 years ago on Brewster Rockit

    Hey, that’s great! I’ll take… oh, wait… “tentacles”… never mind.

  4. almost 13 years ago on Doonesbury

    Dig up a copy of Future Shock – there’s too much coming at these people too fast, too much change, too much disruption. The brain goes into a kind of survival-mode where all that infomation overload is dumped in favor of simple direct uncomplicated un-nuanced explanations. These people are being led by clowns and charlatans, and some of them are saying evil stupid things, but they are mostly not evil stupid people. They are drowning in an ocean of Future and Change and, oh yeah, this terrible Reagan/Bush Economy. Stupid-simple ideas are their life preserver and willful ignorance is them holding their breath when the waves push them under.

    Glenn Beck needs to be mocked (and Bill O’Reilly and Ann Coulter need a meaningful discussion with the business end of a Louisville Slugger) but the Teabaggers are mostly their victims. Anyone who can figure out how to rescue them back to sanity and the American Conversation will be a hero.

  5. almost 13 years ago on Rabbits Against Magic

    Yeah, not a fan. That’s the problem.

  6. almost 13 years ago on New Adventures of Queen Victoria

    Wait! What fingers? That’s just his Looming Head, right? And shouldn’t it be Looming over Alaska?

  7. about 13 years ago on Tom Toles

    This could be the iceberg that sinks the printed standard textbook business. Not right away, but when it does finally sink, this could be the collision they look back to. Thousands of disgusted history and social studies teachers around the country tell their principals, “forget the tex(as)tbook, let’s use the funds to compile our own materials from online sources.”

  8. about 13 years ago on Brewster Rockit

    William Safire was a pretentious turd with a superb vocabulary. YYYY AD has been a widely-accepted usage, in English, for centuries. Deferring to the 2000-year-old Latin usage is extreme, even for a congenital Conservative.

  9. about 13 years ago on Brewster Rockit

    I, for one, welcome our new homovore overlords.

  10. about 13 years ago on Cul de Sac

    gillbillv1 – you beat me to it! Excellent choice of lyrics.