Catinnabag2 50pct

Màiri Free

Comics I Follow

All of your followed comic titles will appear here.

For help on how to follow a comic title, click here

Recent Comments

  1. about 1 hour ago on John Deering

    I would not hesitate to give Manchin a psychopath diagnosis.

    I’m less sure about Sinema; I’ve not heard enough about her to get past the feeling that she might well just be an immature follower. The photos of her walking along beside Manchin and smiling up at him didn’t look like 2 adults, more like stern father and adoring daughter.

  2. about 1 hour ago on Ted Rall

    I remember (I’m sure you do, too) after the August Coup was “resolved” and state property was being handed over to the Capitalist oligarchs for a few kopejki in the rubl’.

    The “news services” started reviewing the fate of pensioners who’d lived all their lives under Soviet Communism, suffered through the banishments, the famines, and the Great Patriotic War. Just when they thought they’d passed the worst and Mikhail Serge’ich would see them right, the predators moved in and the pensioners no longer had a pension and were handing over their most treasured possessions for a bowl of potato soup and a half-loaf of black bread. And some just gave up and died rather than be nothing after all they’d gone through. Most of them said they would gladly have Soviet Communism back again, because it at least provided food, housing, medical care, and that wee bit pension, whereas now they had nothing.

    It was amusing, for really tiny, disgusting values of amusing, that the reporters and editors received the memo that told them to sit down and quit bad-mouthing Capitalism. And they obeyed.

    Aragon Mill writ large.

  3. about 4 hours ago on John Deering

    They do have, though retracted when not in use. The spikes are raised up by shoving money under them.

  4. about 4 hours ago on Kliban's Cats

    That’s a qat who will never be involuntarily parted from the surfboard: too much inertia.

  5. about 5 hours ago on Jeff Danziger

    If we want to continue living, some day soon we’re going to have to remember Poplicola’s Laws.

  6. about 5 hours ago on Ted Rall

    The USA is imperfect and faltering, but we are not Russia.

    Tell that to the teenage US citizen that Obama ordered killed by drone without so much as charges being laid. Or the non-combatant victims of murders by helicopter, documented on video with sound, exposure of which got Manning thrown into the kerker for years, and bids fair to kill Assange altogether. See whether they agree.

  7. about 21 hours ago on Ted Rall

    I do, though probably for much-different reasons.

    The documents ( 51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration with the Nazis ) Lenni Brenner tracked down in various archives show that the Zionists were happy to sacrifice European Jewry, including children, to get their hands on Palestine.

    As was ben Gurion (né David Grün), according to the late historian/biographer Shabtai Teveth, who collected original documents that are evidence of ben Gurion’s psychopathy.

    It’s worth noting that none of the ones who are credited with channeling Hitler and his pals ever spent a day under the heel of the Meisterrasse [Master Race]. The closest was the terrorist Vladimir Zhabotinskij, who fled Eastern Europe just hours ahead of the cops.

  8. about 22 hours ago on Ted Rall

    1922 was 100 years ago. The draft was in effect from mid-1917 thru mid-1919, 105 thru 103 years before now. 100 is a satisfactory handwave. Troll elsewhere.

  9. 1 day ago on Ted Rall

    Get in touch with the language rules.

    Any time someone refers to a date with all zeroes at the end, it’s almost certainly general reference to a period of time.

    The “10,000” in the Japanese proverb “from one thing know 10,000 things”, like Ted’s “hundred years ago”, does not refer to a specific quantity but rather “many” or perhaps even “all” depending on the reference.

    Now go away.

  10. 2 days ago on Kliban's Cats

    The Cats With Hands toon today explains why the pharaonic Egyptians wrote on walls.