Here’s the Roadrunner cartoon that we’ve been waiting for: the one in which Wile E. Coyote defeats the bird. Be sure to watch all the way to the end:
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Over at his website Pictoral Theology, reader Pliny the in Between has a cartoon that just happens to relate to one of the things I talked about last night:
Here’s today’s Pardon My Planet by Vic Lee, which combines the ideas of John Loftus and Alvin Plantinga (if you understand that, explain below!): h/t: Ken E.
There’s no other way to interpret today’s Non Sequitur cartoon except as the incitement of xenophobia, hatred, and violence by religion. I don’t know how Wiley Miller gets away with this stuff! h/t: Linda Calhoun
This one, sent by reader Paul, is by Hillary B. Price, one of her Rhymes with Orange strips. Many of you will recognize the problem.
. . . before he realized it was wrong to “punch down”: h/t: Hempenstein
Over at Non Sequitur, Wiley Miller continues his sarcastic commentary on religiously motivated behavior. He’s gonna need armed guards if he keeps this up! h/t: John, Linda Grilli
A new Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller satirizes the new Hate Laws that masquerade as “religous protection acts”: h/t: Linda Grilli
I guess the liberal website The Daily Kos got a lot of heat for publishing Keith Knight’s anti-vax cartoon, which I highlighted yesterday. Readers here, like those at the site, were rightly appalled. Well, now the cartoon is gone. It rests in peace and sings with the choir invisible: it is an ex-cartoon. If you […]
At least one person questioned, when I reported yesterday that Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau criticized Charlie Hebdo for engaging in “hate speech,” whether Trudeau’s remarks might be inaccurate, perhaps distorted through other peoples’ Twi**er reports. Sadly, that’s not the case. The Atlantic has published Trudeau’s full remarks that he made on receiving a Polk Award for […]