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Best way to handle it? Come up with a line of tinfoil hats that are stylish, hip, and that every woman will want to buy and then sell them
Not a bad idea!
I would buy them, and not just to avoid becoming a housewife.
How is all women being housewives not a problem?! Oh, the list of things bad about it… By the way, am I the only one to see the unicorn in the background?
Unicorn? What unicorn?
Pumpkin? What pumpkin
Tinfoil? What tinfoil?
Everything is so smooth and solid. Wonderful.
Hey! Thanks for the comics. My girlfriend showed me these and I think they’re generally great.
You obviously don’t have to listen to a word I say, but I do have one qualm with the comic overall. You portray libertarians as part of the “corporate” agenda! I find this both saddening and odd.
It’s odd because many libertarians I know believe that corporations are false constructions of the state, and thus they oppose them. Even the libertarians that don’t believe this, however, tend to be strongly in the “occupy wall-street” camp when it comes to bailing out banks and businesses (as in, they think it should never, ever happen, and when it does it’s a sign of corruption on the part of both the government and the involved corporations).
It’s saddening, because there are so many issues of the social-left that many libertarians genuinely want to help with, but are put off of this because of how poorly they tend to be received. If you’re going to talk about unfair media against equity of any sort (which I completely agree you should!), I think it’s important to consider how this same concept can apply to things other than equity.
Thanks for the good comics, though!
Thanks for your comment, and I’m glad you like the comic.
The libertarians I’ve interacted with certainly don’t approve of government bailouts, and I don’t think my comic suggests that they do. I’ve found that libertarians oppose government intervention of any kind in the private sector, including regulation. Maybe they don’t intend to be part of a corporate agenda, but corporate interests have certainly recognized how the “small government” mantra can benefit them, and they’ve attempted to hijack that message. I find libertarian views to be unrealistic in positing that the problems caused by corporations would be solved through less regulation and less government action.
Why does the horse in the background have an icecream cone smushed on his forehead? So he can’t get at it?
Sweet work on this page
Don’t give up, ladies! We’ll show them! Just ride that unicorn to equality and freedom!
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