What's Mallard raving about today?
Sunday: Wrong as usual. It is not the first time ever.DW
November 29, 1888DW
Tinsley's always interested in any miracles that let somebody milk anything for longer than expected. He'll pray to any deity that will make it easier to go longer without new ideas.
A "joke" about Thanksgiving leftovers. Way to speak truth to power, Bruce! The Man is runnin' scared for sure now!I'm reminded again of the claim that Bruce once made of spending 80-90 hours per week doing research in order to have material for "Mallard Fillmore". Let's be extraordinarily generous and say that he spends 85 hours per week reading newspapers and magazines (both print and online) and watching news programming. Let's be extraordinarily generous again and say that Bruce engages in this research 7 days per week. That would mean that he spends over 12 hours per day doing research -- the equivalent of a full-time job plus overtime.So, Bruce, how many of those 85 hours of research did it take to come up with several consecutive days of "OBUMMERZ A LIRE HUR HUR" and a couple of lame turkey day "jokes"?
If he does any research, it's to go over to the most rabid dead-ender right-wing blogs to see what magic words will get the hard core foaming at the mouth.
The gay married turkeys are back! Looks like they're going to visit some gay married pilgrim guys, too. No doubt Tinsley will draw them with buckles on their hats, because that's how they looked in movies.
Buckles. So bleeding predictable.
Good work, Tinsley: You officially made false equivalency even worse. Ignore the fact that only one of these groups was subject to genocide, that one was a bunch of religious extremists who were considered too fanatical in 1620, and you have a comic.
I still have the same health plan I had before the Affordable Care Act passed. As for the people whose plans were cancelled, those plans being woefully inadequate and failing to meet minimum standards under the new law had nothing to do with it, right Brews? Dishonest hack.
90 hours a WEEK? I smell bullshit. Assuming it's spread across all 7 days, that's doing research between 11 to 13 hours A DAY.
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