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  1. about 6 hours ago on Ink Pen

    The debate goes on and on. Ignore the reality that people who own guns are often killed with their own weapon. That guns are often involved in domestic murders. That kids shoot themselves with guns owned by their parents. That if you shoot someone with a gun, right or wrong, you will be taken to the police station. That hunters are killed by guns every year. That guns are the weapon-of-choice for school attacks. And that automatic weaponry is simply insane.

    One could also make similar points about automobiles and bad driving. So let people decide for themselves whether or not to own guns. The facts show though, that the ones they’re endangering the most by doing so are themselves and their families.

    If people think that owning guns will protect themselves against the government if it decides to declare martial law…. HAHAHAHAAH hahahahahaha ha ha ha. I guess there is a sucker born every minute.

  2. about 6 hours ago on Speed Bump

    Yes, you actually look like that. But then, so does your master. ;D

  3. about 6 hours ago on F Minus

    Don’t put it by the window. Put it on YouTube and rake in the bucks because guess what. TALKING BIRD!

    And I don’t mean just a parrot. Conversational even. Capable of abstract and consequential thought. Kaching!!!

    Of course people will claim it’s fake, but it will still get a gazillion hits.

  4. about 6 hours ago on Bloom County

    I once had a roomie that used spray Right Guard daily. That stench permeated the apartment all day. Gaaaaggghh.

  5. about 6 hours ago on Crabgrass

    Soooo… not to get realistic here, but they just stole a mail truck (Federal crime). Ladies Day or not… I’ll be curious to see how Tauhid keeps them both out of prison on this one. ; )

  6. about 6 hours ago on Over the Hedge

    Hmmm… it’s 9am Central time, and GoComics is still presenting the comics in black and white (the color likely added later in the day).

    This has been going on for at least two days. It’s software folks; apply two files, publish. What’s the issue? It’s not like one of your printing presses broke down, eh? ; )

  7. about 6 hours ago on Pearls Before Swine

    As a Christian, I read the above comments and find it prophetically interesting.

    “My followers will be hated and persecuted on account of my name.” So whether you believe in God or not, those hate-posting here (or crude supposedly-funny stories)… are actually fulfilling Bible prophesy.

    I have to wonder had they been alive in Jesus day, if they’d have been part of the crowd that harassed and eventually murdered him and his apostles.

    One user’s comment was simply crude and obscene, as is common of his posts here. If I were a GoComics moderator he’d be removed from posting, and justly so. That “anatomical” post deserves flagging by multiple readers.

    There are a few comments above that show the love Jesus said true Christians would show even for their enemies. To those people, kudos. Even if someone isn’t Christian, they can show respect for others.

  8. about 7 hours ago on B.C.

    Just as a note: in a lot of what we’re reading above we see considerable rudeness and arrogance— just because someone else’s post disagrees with their own absolutely-correct-can’t-be-mistaken opinion.

    It’s possible to say “I disagree” without personally attacking other posters, no matter how you feel about their post.

    Calling someone’s post “asinine” (or stupid, or idiotic, or whatever other attacks people are using above) is nothing more than stating, “I’m not totally sure of my position and I’m not in control of my emotions, so I’m going to start using labels and name calling to insist that I’m right.”

    When I see someone posting with such attitude, I immediately take it they really don’t know what they’re talking about and don’t have the emotional maturity to discuss it in a rational manner… and I discard that person’s opinion entirely. It doesn’t matter to me whether they’re right or wrong; their attitude isn’t worth reading.

  9. about 7 hours ago on B.C.

    With respect, let’s avoid obscurity and propaganda, eh? ; )

    First, I never said CPI goes up “on its own”. Just the opposite in fact; I stated it was most likely intentional manipulation.

    Consider an example (and I’m not stating this as fact, just a “suppose” for consideration): The government wants to raise taxes, but promised it wouldn’t raise taxes. If the price of gasoline and other essential commodities goes up… tax revenues from those sales increases as well. They get more tax from sales of $4 a gallon than from $3. Kaching!

    There is more to economy than simple supply and demand. Far more.

    Second, you failed to mention what it was “the current Admin admitted and took credit for something they did, then retracted it”… leaving readers to wonder what you’re talking about. Regardless, that one thing (whatever it is)… isn’t likely to control the entire economy for the last three years (and prior), nor the continued, ongoing increases that we’re seeing now.

    I’m fairly confident that is true, and no one knows what it is you’re specifically referring to. ; )

  10. about 8 hours ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    The same holds true in the account of Joshua. You have repeatedly claimed it’s impossible because God would have to stop the orbit of the Earth. To a person of faith (and perhaps others as well), the flaws in such “logic” are obvious. What you are in effect stating is that the Almighty God who created the entire universe could not possibly have the ability to control the physics of one planet.

    To put it simply, you’re saying “It’s impossible because it’s a miracle”… which honestly is kind of silly. We live in a universe in which the densest of material is comprised of mainly empty space, a universe in which time itself can be frozen and matter so dense that it traps light itself, yet you repeatedly play the “that’s not possible” card. A miracle is basically sufficient science applied with sufficient power— both of which God has in abundant supply.

    You are entitled to your opinion. The fabric of reality however, is not limited to that opinion. In order to even begin to understand these things, it is necessary to humble oneself enough to realize no one knows it all.

    This continued insistence on “that’s impossible” is a block not only to faith, but even to science and other realities if it doesn’t agree with your existing set opinions. And in this, there is nothing anyone can do to assist you. Only you can open your own mind. If you have no desire to do so or see no need to do so, then one way or another those opinions will come to an end… because you allow yourself no hope for a continued future.

    Or, you can open yourself to possibilities beyond your personal experience, and learn things you never even imagined were possible. That choice is totally up to you.