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Duke and Honey appeared in what initially seemed to be a gathering of characters at Mike and J.J.‘s apartment, but then Mr. Butts and Mr. Jaye showed up and It Was All a Dream. However, dream-Duke looked, sounded, and behaved just like (for lack of a better term) real-Duke, which implies that Mike met and remembered meeting Duke, because how else could Mike’s subconscious re-create him so accurately? But it’s just a dream sequence in a comic strip and I should really just relax. ;-)
“The kid won’t stand a chance to get off but one or two rounds.”
So he could kill two, three people tops at most. How encouraging.
Seems to me that anyone who buys an A.R. probably isn’t planning to murder only one person. But what do I know. :-|
So what happened to Trent? That was the "calls Kim "babe"" guy’s name, right?
In fact, “anything goes” is the exact OPPOSITE of “well-regulated.” Apparently, among the many things that gun enthusiasts could benefit from is a dictionary. :-|
A handful of Texans sometimes make noise about seceding from the USA. Sometimes it seems to me as if they’re trying to to get EJECTED from the USA. :-|
Implying that we should instead, what, regulate parents to make sure they carry out their responsibilities “correctly”? With due respect, be sure to let us know how THAT pans out… :-|
Anyone who can murder over a dozen people with a car as quickly and easily as someone can murder over a dozen people with an A.R. must have some really cooperative victims who just stand there, waiting. It’s way easier to dodge a car than a bullet. :-|
In “Doonesbury,” obscured eyes usually indicates that a character is, for lack of a more appropriate term, “morally ambiguous,” neither an innocent like (let’s say) Boopsie or a cynic like (let’s say) B.D.
Think about it: Duke (who’s morally ambiguous in the sense that he doesn’t care about morals AT ALL; if being law-abiding was more profitable than breaking the law, he’d switch to that without batting an eye (not that we’d be able to see him doing so, anyway)) Earl, Honey, Havoc, adult Jeff, Elmont (being insane is SORT OF like being morally ambiguous, I suppose) Clyde, Sal “Dr. Whoopee” Doonesbury, Zeke, even Howie from Joan’s day care days, each and every one of them hide their eyes behind glasses or hair. I find it highly unlikely that that’s a coincidence but it’s left to us readers to decide exactly what it means.
As for this kid, well, if he ever appears again, we’ll see about it…
Disgruntled person walking away mumbling “You’ll be sorry.” Has that EVER worked out well in ANY situation? :-|