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Sep 29 2013

Sunday Funnies

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    Acolyte of Sagan

    I do enjoy your Sunday Funnies, but maybe the timing of the Moses one is a little off? The image of the wrecked cars is eerily similar to the images coming out of Nairobi.

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    Great American Satan

    Also Cyanide & Happiness dudes have gross MRA sympathies (in other comics) and the tattoo comic is classic fat shaming etc. etc., but whatever. Do how you like.

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    Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    @Great American Satan

    As a person who is somewhat heavier now than 20 years ago, I disagree. It’s classic “think ahead”.

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    Chris Rodda

    @ Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    Obviously, 99.9% of people will take the tattoo cartoon like you did, and I seriously doubt that people looking at the Moses cartoon are going to think Nairobi, but here are people here who are determined to find something offensive about everything I post. I swear, if I posted a Peanuts cartoon of Snoopy sleeping outside on top of his doghouse someone would comment that I’m promoting cruelty to animals!

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    William Bell

    I think the Nairobi/fat shaming is an extremely harsh take on those two cartoons…

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    Reginald Selkirk

    What is that green vehicle? It looks vaguely reminiscent of a VS van.

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    Reginald Selkirk

    Oops. VW.

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    Acolyte of Sagan

    Chris Rodda, I wasn’t suggesting the cartoon was offensive, I just thought it an odd coincidence that it came when it did. I had just read the sunday papers full of graphic images of the Nairobi massacre, including a couple of the carnage in the car park when I saw today’s funnies.
    I don’t doubt for a minute that Nairobi wasn’t even on your mind when you posted todays selection, and I apologise if that was the impression I gave.
    I was going to say that it was a coincidence coming at exactly the wrong time, but then if it had come at any other time it wouldn’t have been a coincidence at all, and the thought wouldn’t have crossed my mind.

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