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Monday, August 02, 2010

That damned Vacation

What's Mallard raving about today

The same things, as always.

But I am on vacation, and have no intention of reading Mallard Fillmore.

Have fun in the comments!


Faster, Harder, More Challenging GeoX said...

Shorter Tinsley: it's okay for teabaggers to be racist fucktards because Jeremiah Wright said "God damn America" and America=white people, therefore he's a big fat racist and teabaggers aren't and if they are it's all the fault of those ni--black people and Jews.

How nice to be so entirely smugly, serenely unaffected in any way by the malignancy of racism (well, except that it's warped your mind in unspeakable ways--but you seem cool with that) that the worst thing about it from your perspective is that someone might accuse YOU of being a bigot just because you act like a fucking bigot all the time. Too bad your piteous caterwauling is so nauseating to anyone who ISN'T an utter irredeemable asshole.

I suppose all the invective in the world is kind of pointless; Tinsley's ultimate punishment is being Tinsley; it's just too bad that he's insufficiently self-aware to realize this.

Ducky is Right said...

Bring it on, guys. Bring it on.

Ducky does not actually refute the NAACP's charges, so I can only assume he does not disagree with them.

Tog said...

And David Duke has been a Republican. What's your point, Batshit?

Oh, hey, lookit that: The 99 and 99/100% Pure Uni-Tea Party Rally (*snerk*) gives Batshit yet another bad-timing moment. Papers, please!

(Hey, remember who made the phrase "bring it on" famous?)

Factinista said...

How empty Tinsley's life must be if he feels like he has to resort to picking fights on the Internet for self-gratification.

Taquelli said...

"I'll prove that the Tea Party isn't racist, here are a couple of scary black people." Excellent plan of attack there, too bad Breitbart beat him to it.

exanonymous said...

bad timing.

And an utterly lame joke.

"Bring it on"?
Pass. Any conversation that starts with a white guy's belligerent defensiveness at perceived reverse racism is bound to go downhill. I've better things to do than start an e-barfight.

Rootbeer said...

You know what the comics page needed? More transparent race-baiting.

dlauthor said...

I love love love that the colorist made Ben Jealous white. I can just imagine Tinshley this morning, choking on his breakfast of bourbon and corn flakes, hold the corn flakes, then hurling his laptop across the living room, shouting "GOD DAMN IT HE'S SUPPOSED TO BE A DARKIE!" Followed, of course, by the customary Passing Out In His Own Puke.

(I originally wrote "newspaper" instead of "laptop," but that assumed that Mallard is in newspapers any more.)

rewinn said...

Tinslhey is lying about what the NAACP actually said

"NAACP delegates passed a resolution to condemn extremist elements within the Tea Party, calling on Tea Party leaders to repudiate those in their ranks who use racist language in their signs and speeches."

That is not saying the Tea Party is racist; it is urging the TP to condemn the "extremist" elements that use racial slurs. The only think the NAACP did wrong was to expect some sort of reasonable conversation on the subject from the reichwing.

rewinn said...

oh, and in the Department of Bad Timing: today's "comic" came out after the NAACP lept to condemn what it mistakenly thought was racism on the part of Shirley Sherrod ... so on the evidence, Tinshley is wrong again (although, in this case, not lying .... but let's see what he draws in response to the Brietbart/Sherrod scandal)

Faster, Harder, More Challenging GeoX said...

I think we can count on him to do the usual wingnut thing of attacking Obama for being so stupid as to trust that Breitbart was not a lying sack of shit--certainly, the president acted rashly here, but the cognitive convolutions needed to simultaneously defend Breitbart while also claiming that he is a lying sack of shit really boggles the mind.

Frank Stone said...

Ooh, the NAACP! Does this mean we can look forward to a strip that actually features Shirley Sherrod, because Brucie was shocked out of his drunken stupor when he saw the (fake) Sherrod story on Fox News and scribbled the strip out and sent it to his editor before the (fake) Sherrod story collapsed? Or perhaps a strip which attempts to rationalize the collapse of the (fake) Sherrod story somehow? I'm atwitter with anticipation!

"Bring it on," he says. Oh, my -- who is muy macho?

Rebochan said...

I like how Tinsley is so desperate for attention that he is begging us to e-mail him.

Fun as it would be to taunt a madman from the safety of the internet, I think I'll just have a better time imagining him crying over his computer as he pops into his fourth beer.

Toots McGee said...

Yeah, bring it on by emailing me at Malla℞d¿ℵ∅∉@gmail.☪☢♏

deepbeep said...

Ah, it's been at least 2 days since we've seen a "we're not racist, minorities are the real racists!" cartoon.

According to the Chicago Manual of Style, observations that are insightful and those followed with "bring it on!" are mutually exclusive.

"... They say we blacks are born to be servants, but how can I argue when my hand is stuck as if carrying a waiter's tray?"

Kip W said...

Tin's emphasizing that two black men have spoken to the NAACP as a way of boasting that twice as many are members of the Tea Party.

Tog said...

Hey, Batshit: the Tea Party has offically disavowed this punk who, like yourself, claims he isn't racist despite VERY strong evidence to the contrary.

He needs someone to champion his cause! Perhaps you'd like to volunteer?