Tagged: comics

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comics: Zing!

Today’s Shortpacked! takes on DC Comics while Doonesbury has a not-so-subtle jab at Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

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sports: Woman of Steel, Society of Kleenex

I just had a thought about the whole Caster Semenya thing. I won’t go into how ridiculous the controversy seems, but this line kept sticking out to me: Semenya is not accused of trying to cheat, but of perhaps unknowingly...

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metro: Feel the Prid!

Before heading out to meet the fellas yesterday, I checked in with WMATA’s Trip Planner as I always do.* Just before putting in my search query, I saw this banner ad on the page. I’ve probably seen it in years...

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comics: What’s an IKEA?

It’s kinda icky and rainy, work is busy and it’s definitely a moody day. At least my elevator was working again this morning. This panel from Basic Instructions cracked me up as part of the strip, “How to Make a...

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geek: DC Comics, give this guy a job!

The security office at work is getting overzealous and has taken to blocking site after site, causing one’s internet experience to look like a connect-the-dots picture that someone’s gone behind and erased every third line. More recent blocks of flickr...

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comics: then they came for me…

I’ve known about the “First they came…” poem for ages, right about the time I started getting involved in queer groups. I didn’t know much about its history until today–thanks wikipedia–since it was always marked Anonymous on the magnets and...

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comics: focus on something happy

Hm… yeah. So how’s everyone else’s “holiday week” going? Today’s poll in Express was asking if people are getting any work done during these days, and since most people I chat with get this week off standard anyway, I’d have...

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comics: wholesome, yet disturbing…?

I think about the only time I read the comics in the newspaper is when I visit the family for the holidays, and I just found this Family Circus strip disturbing! I’m sure it’s supposed to represent a cute little...

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comics: Who are we voting for…?

A new month, a new Bash Magazine. Keith Knight’s submitted strip of The K Chronicles gave me a wonderful chuckle on the ride home. At first I thought it would be so easy to be offended by the strip and...

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What’s next, Sentinels?

Observation made while watching Heroes and chatting via IM with Serge: Wow, watching this really is like watching every X-Men cliche thrown down like you’re playing War. I can’t help it, but it’s become so easy to see which card...