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Today's strip... Ouch! I think I'm having one also.
Waitaminute. Roland has kids?
Nice to see Honey again, though it's a little unfamiliar to see her without Duke.
I have become a regular at reading the Flashbacks page. It is great to be reminded of decades that sped past. Today I am delighted to see Havoc in two strips looking and sounding ever the same. If he shows up in four or five strips on the same day, like on a slot machine, will there be a Karmic Flash?
Honey is back! I was so proud of her when she finally kicked Duke to the curb a few years back, and I wondered what became of her. She seemed like she had so much promise, back when she was a student at Georgetown. I hope now she's more the intelligent, independent woman she always should have been.
Add me to the list of people happy to see Honey again! Last week's "Duke and the Dic" flashbacks had me wondering what she was up to.
Honey is back! And she is rising to the top. Her voice is simultaneously naive and acid and she is the perfect character to convey the hypocrisy of Romney's "job creation" claims.
I am so happy to see Honey again. I've been wondering where she was.
Whoa! The return of Honey!
Hey, it's great to see Honey Huan again! Welcome back, girlfriend!
It seems to me that Roland Hedley was once a semi-decent reporter, long ago in Nixon's day. While he's amusing in his current Fox News job, I hope one day this character finds some professional redemption, finds his way back towards becoming a real journalist again. Or as "real" as TV reporters ever get.
Even though the walls cracked at Monticello, I do believe Jefferson will enjoy his new catch-phrase: "The Dude on the Nickel."
Gosh. I can't wait until this week's strips make it into the "five years ago" section of Flashbacks, making them flashbacks of flashbacks of flashbacks. Or, as I like to think of them, GBT's Möbius Strips!
That this week's Flashbacks were a flashback I can live with. That it's a dangling thread is making me nuts! What became of Duke and the dictator? Was he sent packing? Executed? Reinvented by Hollywood? I don't know! You decide!
By my count this is the third time you've run this week's strips showing Duke and the deposed dictator fearing for their lives. If you want to criticize the Syrian regime, as I suppose this strip was meant to, don't be lazy. Please draw a new strip.
Regrettably, this week's Flashback strips already appeared as Flashbacks in late March. An error in record-keeping is the culprit, leading us to violate the longstanding policy that no strip appears more than twice. We apologize for the error -- especially to anyone who thought they were having a Flashback flashback.
I find myself wanting a fourth response to the current Straw Poll. You're darned right I plan to contribute to the next election. On Election Day I plan to zip on my trusty ol' leather jacket, stride into the polling place like the Mighty Power of Democracy Itself, and vote for the candidate of my choice!
In Sunday's strip Trudeau brilliantly distinguishes Mr. Romney from the skill set needed for the job he's applying for. Has a Puritan with the wit of a top nightclub comedian and the political eye of a leading columnist ever drawn a daily cartoon before? Surely not.
Oh, come on. We are waiting for the other shoe to drop. Who is Leo's dad? My husband predicted weeks ago that it is Zeke. Saturday's final panel was a teaser, right?
Darn. I was hoping the wedding would never end.
Rarely has so much been said so well and so pungently as in today's "Bain" strip. I applaud your perception and creativity.