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Pure solutions researcher. It's not a real problem unless there's a solution approach, but it isn't a personal problem unless I can do something to advance a solution. So there.

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  1. about 21 hours ago on Doonesbury

    Feeding the trolls never works. Some of the wannabe clever trolls might sprain their brains trying to think up a new handle when they respawn, but that one is just a numbered and mindless idiot. Worth a report? Meh.

  2. 2 days ago on Non Sequitur

    I hope he isn’t going to dump it in Lake Mead… The news has only been reporting on the corpses, but I’m sure some toasters have emerged, too.

  3. 2 days ago on Doonesbury

    I thought it was ridiculously small, too, but now my understanding that it is only one of many. If the price tag has been set so high, it will finish him, but it will take too long if they do each one after another. So I think they should pile them up in a class action lawsuit so they can do all of them at the same time.

  4. 3 days ago on Doonesbury

    I’d argue character counts, but in America it now counts backwards. Lying has become too profitable, notwithstanding the rare sacrifices like Alex Jones, who is hopefully going down hard now. But I hope they don’t do it one family at a time. I’d rather see a class action lawsuit with ALL of the other parents and just finish him off completely and ASAP.

  5. 4 days ago on Get Fuzzy

    Hanson the British etiquette expert?

  6. 6 days ago on Doonesbury

    My memory is fuzzy, but I think he was a wide receiver in those ancient strips.

  7. 6 days ago on Tank McNamara

    Lot of mystery here. Is there something funny in this story that I haven’t been following? Or even heard of before this?

  8. 8 days ago on Doonesbury

    Divide and conquer is an extremely ancient strategy, even in the earliest histories, such as Caesar’s report on his Gallic War.

  9. 8 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    If you try to talk to them, I think you will conclude that some of them can’t see the stupidity of their own self-contradiction, but Pastis likes jokes along such lines. He’s gone along the edges of such political topics, but I think I agree with him that the times have changed too much…

    Do I need to clarify their self-contradiction? They think TFG is brilliant and brilliantly anticipated chicanery, but somehow he wasn’t able to capture ANY evidence. And remember most of them claim that he was doing a brilliant job of managing and wielding all the powers of the federal government, always crushing his enemies into the dust.

    The thing with a self-contradiction is that the lies are obvious before investigating anything. Both parts cannot be true, though amusingly enough TFG is so indifferent to reality that he quite often contradicts one lie with a bigger one. If he ever mentions any realities in mess, it’s either an accident or a sign that someone tricked him.

  10. 9 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    Rat is getting into a rut. I’d throw in some suggestions, but mine tend to be too political, or even lawyerly. I can’t figure out where the humor lies in this idea: Making every self-proclaimed Republican candidate answer this question under oath:

    “Do you believe the Big Lie that Joe Biden didn’t win in 2020?”

    The joke is supposed to be the Catch-22. If they answer with the truth, then okay, but the video is going to kill them playing against their previous lies. But if they lie, then they get investigated for stupidity or simple perjury.