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Government does not have any cash of its own to spend. Where is the money going to come from for all these promised health benefits?
Rod Johnston said now he wished he had torn up the contract for the comic strip, considering what it did to the real life family.
I was reminded of an issue of Tales from the Crypt, where a gold digger gets her fortune read from “the fortune teller who is always right”. The fortune teller’s first prediction was that the woman would lose her job (which she hated) but find another one immediately. She returns to work where her boss fires her over a minor matter. As she is walking down the street she passes a hostess bar where one of the waitresses is arguing with the owner and screams “I quit”. The owner sarcastically remarks “Oh no, what am I to do? Want to see how replacable you are?” then offers the girl’s job opening to the gold digger right then and there. Initially dismissing the fortune teller as a fraud, the gold digger is amazed and pays for her second fortune to be told; she would meet a beefy, uncouth man who would inherit a fortune, then he would die.
That would be a more believable story arc. Most people face mulitple rejections before getting a job. Elly only had one.
That is fortunate. Whenever I go to the library it is either people reading magazines or net surfing.
John has a private practice. Government does not subsidize nor regulate veterinary care not dentistry. However, John needs to be mindful of his fees. Dentists are a dime a dozen. If customers feel John has been ripping them off, there are plenty of other dentists who cost less.
What was the first strip where this was done?
Especially Lawrence. Some strips he is black as the Ace of Spades, other strips he is as white as a flounder’s belly.
Canada’s national debt has doubled under Trudeau. Private debt has skyrocketed since this strip’s original run.
The Pattersons’ country has been renamed. The new name is Canadebt.