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As with most things in life, Chinese food is about your point of view.
(That sounds like it means something deep but I’ve no idea what it might be.)
I love Westerns but I always hate it when they shoot a horse. This cartoon doesn’t bother me as much, though, because when I was a kid I was bitten by a sawhorse and I’ve hated them ever since. (Get a print of this cartoon here.)
I long ago gave up buying gifts for people on what I call “capitalist holidays,” which is to say holidays with elaborate gift-giving traditions that were invented by department stores. Christmas is foremost among them, followed by Valentine’s Day, birthdays, anniversaries, Groundhog Day, you name it. Come to think of it, I just hate being expected to buy gifts other than when the mood strikes me independently. So I gave it up. Yes, I’m just that much of a rebel. (Get a print of this cartoon here.)
BIZARCHIVES: To round out your Wednesday, I offer this Sunday comic from 1996. If you don’t recognize the monologue, Google it. And then Google everything else that happened before you were born so you can catch up with the rest of us.