Yes, yes I do wish it operated like that. But then humans have strange ideas in the subjective sense. Objectivity is viewing something with no emotional attachments or biases.
Well, it does work like that if you don’t care.
Truth doesn’t care.
My house, it has three walls.
lucky all I’ve got is one wall and a ceiling
The fourth one was broken, I guess …
Wow, I actually met someone a few weeks ago, who did what Avery did in this strip!
And you know… I’m convinced these people become trolls when given anonymity for free.
I always did like L. Sprague de Camp’s remark that the only truly open minds were those that were made up of vacuum rather than of substance. 😛
Today’s newspaper titled “Open-minded Thwack” ….simply hit to activate
I know I’ve said this before somewhere, and it was partially debunked, but the art in the strip occasionally seems like it’s partially fanservice for furries with a hind paw fetish. I mean, did Millie really have to lift her foot like that to hit Avery with a newspaper?
Maybe it just indicates she’s really winding up for a BIG THWACK!!
Have you ever seen a baseball player keep both feet on the ground when batting?
Seems like a stretch to say that a furry comic is pandering to a very specific furry fetish. Though not having that particular fetish nor being an artist I can’t imagine the thought process of doing such a thing.
There was a comic where Millie says, “I have such cool feet!” But that doesn’t mean the author necessarily has a fetish for them.
Nowadays, he’d just claim it was a “fake newspaper”…. 7x=Q
wow.. I realize this is SIXTEEN years early… but the resemblance to a specific Angry Oompa-Loompa is… uncanny
Well, it is true that truth is NEVER subjective. Truth is truth is truth. However, opinions are not automatically true and often are just that, opinions
I’ve met people as bad as Avery, namely people who think they know something and you happen to know that what they think is true is wrong, and they simply won’t listen to you when you try to tell them what the actual facts are.
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