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    • Donna C
    • Posted June 29, 2009 at 10:17 am
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    If only more people had the sensibilities of little Diversity! People to wake up, before it is too late.

  1. I know, Donna: Diversity’s good sense is all too rare; most folks these days seem to have no more brains than– well– than cartoon characters!

    • Steve T
    • Posted June 29, 2009 at 1:51 pm
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    The pony-tailed ACLU daddy & NEA-gov. school mommy – both without a clue-!

    Sooner or later, Obama is going to have a major defeat… I cannot wait to see how these ‘lefties’ react-!

    • Edmondo Donato
    • Posted June 29, 2009 at 2:48 pm
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    Imagine
    We used to think that it was irresponsible to vote on bills that hadn’t been read.
    Voting for a bill that hasn’t been WRITTEN, let alone read.
    This is worse than signing a blank check…the check doesn’t even exist.
    Have they lost their minds??? or he we!
    The emperor is naked !!!
    You’ll excuse me, I’m leaving now..to wrap my head in tin foil, so the rays can’t get in.
    Edmondo

    • Donna C
    • Posted June 29, 2009 at 3:44 pm
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    Edmondo…I strongly suggest investing in the heavy duty, commercial variety of tin foil. Better yet, buy some REFLECTIX, and do your entire house. =oP

    • Michael K.
    • Posted June 29, 2009 at 4:50 pm
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    Edmondo,

    I live in a city where is isn’t that uncommon to actually see people wearing tin foil on their heads.

    As an engineer, I’d like to inform you that by just simply wearing the tin foil without grounding it out is actually more likely to amplify the signals received. It would be best wear a metallic mesh over your head and don conductive footwear, thus producing a Faraday cage which will not allow radiowaves to invade your head.

    Therefore, simply wearing tin or aluminum foil is not adequate anti-government protection.

    • Norman Hines
    • Posted June 29, 2009 at 5:02 pm
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    Make sure to connect the Faraday cage to the conductive footware, and remember to keep at least one foot on the ground at all times; no running or skipping.

  2. They are quite a pair, huh Steve? Some days after spending too much time with them I want to slit my wrists.

    Edmondo: No– make no mistake about it: it is THEM who have lost their minds. No sane creature, great or small, behaves with such idiotic abandon as liberals; even a cat will not enter a tunnel narrower than its whiskers. As far as causes, I’m pretty sure its the Liberal Education/Brainwash Complex (including the media) that has wrung all rationality from these people. I’d save the foil for your next barbeque.

    Thanks for the Refletix tip, Donna. Aren’t you a product tester or something? I went to the Reflectix site and found almost more insulation/radiation knowledge than I was able to absorb, so to speak.

  3. Michael K. and Norman: You’ve managed to turn my cartoon blog into a science forum, which is kind of cool and classy. Next time I come here I’m bringing a couple sharpened pencils to take notes.

    And remember Michael: no skipping while connecting the Faraday cage.

    • Norman Hines
    • Posted June 30, 2009 at 7:19 am
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    Make sure they’re No. 2 pencils ūüėČ

  4. Your cartoon has been posted at Blasting Caps and Dynamite. Thanks, Zack. Great job! ūüôā

  5. Will do, Norman. Do they still make Mongol brand?

    Haven’t seen it, Scott. Should I? Must I? (What’s good about it?)

    Thanks for that, RaDena. Always great to make it to a new blog, even as dangerous a one as “Caps and Dynamites” must be.

    • Norman Hines
    • Posted July 2, 2009 at 10:13 am
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    Zack: Scott’s web site IS worth reading! The movie is subversively anti-Obama, especially his foreign policy. “Let’s use diplomacy to negotiate with the Decepticons” or islamofacists*, or commuists, or Nazis.

    *really, is there any other kind?

  6. Norman: Great, I’ll definitely check out Scott’s blog RE: Transformers II. I’ve always enjoyed his blog, even the News From Malaysia segments oddly enough; just haven’t had much free time of late.

    Good ole Mongol brand pencils…


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