November 07, 2006 at 15:32 | categories: misc
I'm don't live there, so I shouldn't really say anything...
Sinfest has this strip today.
Last week, Scott Adams known from Dilbert wrote about Electronic Voting Machines:
The important thing with democracy - and this has always been the case - is that the citizens a) Believe the election result is based on the common sense and voting rights of the citizens, and b) Have enough handguns to wax any politicians who gets too seriously out of line (also known as a "check and balance").
And the day after, he follows up with Worst Politician Ever:
In summary, my platform would promote drug legalization, porn, porous borders, and robbing the poor. The sad part is that I'd be the only politician with a workable plan.
Pearls before swine has also been running several strips on the subject lately.
And there's plenty more of the same out there...
And a few not quite as humorous ones as one about robocalls from ElReg.
- Andrew Godwin - What can programmers learn from pilots
- New blog software and layout
- Today I made it into Flickrs TwitterTuesday
- bread meatloaf recipe
- Osso buco
- XKCD gets close to the truth
- Open Source Days 2010
- Autumn has arrived
- Recipes - Sottofiletto di Manzo al Pepe Verde and Pere al Vino Rosso
- Nearby parks