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Everyone says he is crazy. The scarier thing is that he is stupid. You do not know anyone as stupid. You just don’t. [Fran Lebowitz]

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  1. 12 days ago on Pearls Before Swine

    Another term for “fear of hyperpolisyllabicesquipedalianism”?

  2. 29 days ago on Wallace the Brave

    Panel One

    A literary reference, a line from one of the poems of Henry Gibson: “What’re you doin’?”

    The complete poem:

    Marshall McLuhan, What’re you doin’?

  3. about 2 months ago on Lio

    A musical fish is unusual. Because you can’t tuna fish.

  4. 2 months ago on Peanuts Begins

    So it is.

    And I think that the sentiments expressed in the strip were hanging heavily over the nation and the mood of the citizenry.I do not think that it is a coincidence that “that’s the way it goes” very tidily summarizes the way many people felt at the time. That and the brooding, head down posture of the boys.The date on the strip is only a few days after the events that I described, and everyone in America saw it coming. Including the cartoonist.

    It’s often the case that the events surrounding the appearance of a particular comic strip heavily influence the comic itself. This is true in everything from "Abner’ to “Nancy” to “Peanuts.”

  5. 6 months ago on Ripley's Believe It or Not

    One function of eyelids is to (blink blink) periodically re~moisten the eyeball. Those species without eyelids have evolved tongues long enough to lick their own eyes when refreshment is needed.

  6. 7 months ago on Candorville

    He can’t not.

  7. 7 months ago on Nancy

    Sez who, Nancy?

    Well,

    Om Mani Padme Hum

    Howsaboutdat?

  8. 7 months ago on Clay Bennett

    Barking up the wrong tree. KW knows the score and he also knows that you do too.

  9. 7 months ago on Clay Bennett

    He definitely meant it as sarcasm. Mr. Kip Williams is fastidiously careful to get the facts straight before he speaks.

  10. 7 months ago on Clay Bennett

    One way to avoid making a fool of yourself out loud and in public is to do a smidgen of research before speaking out on a topic that you have never examined.

    Try entering a phrase like “Republicans and Holocaust Deniers” in just about any search engine. A long list of documented examples will appear of Republicans recruiting such deniers to join the GOP, of actually nominating self-described Neo-Nazis to run for office, of inviting deniers as guests to State of the Union addresses, of the rank anti-Jewish statements by currently sitting Republicans in the U.S. House and Senate, of their appearances at fund-raisers for such individuals and groups, and much more.. It is no accident that Trump spoke up for “good people on both sides” when asked about the swastika-wearing rioters in Charlottesville and among the January 6th insurrectionists.

    So maybe we need a category for Holocaust Denier Deniers?