Ozy And Millie: The Zen Party platform

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Notes: White-out corrections in panels 1, 2, and 3.

  15 comments for “Ozy And Millie: The Zen Party platform

    • Guys, did you know Bellomy hates when Dana does anti-Bush comics? Did you? Huh?

      Just in case they haven’t already made it clear.

    • What’s the matter? Jealous because Llewellyn can make more sense with an intentionally random set of words than Dubya could manage in his entire two terms?

  1. Guys, guys, guys! Take a leaf out of Llewellyn’s book, be zen about it. This comic was written a long time ago, so naturally its politics are dated. If you disagree, it doesn’t make a difference, because it already happened. On the other hand, if you disagree with those who protest loudly, why give them the attention they desire? It’s the internet.

    Also, I understand by the same logic that the alluded comments were also posted some time ago, and thus my conjecture can do little for the debate that has passed. However, think instead of what it may add to the ongoing discourse of the present and future.

  2. You only find insult in what YOU choose to be insulted by, otherwise you would laugh your collective butts off. (cause it’s funny)

  3. And we thought Millie’s plaid elephant cheese on the 3rd resulted from her breathing glue fumes… turns out she was simply quoting the Zen Party policy on space exploration.

    • I disagree. They remind us of our past mistakes, which is even more important for those who weren’t old enough to vote at the time!

  4. I like Winston Churchill’s paraphrase “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Someone could read a lot of history, but fail to learn from the mistakes. I also think people in general need a bit of time distance to sort the emotion from the history.

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