Your “Knowing Where You Stand” Saturday Evening Open Thread

It's important in life to have an understanding of your place in the world. Right now, my home province of British Columbia is having an election. The current premier, John Horgan decided that, with his approval ranking of 70% versus other Canadian premiers, he would break the fixed-date election law &

Sexy Friday, What Do You Mean You Want To Try Something New? Edition

Recently, I discovered that one of our very own commentists has a hidden talent for finding pictures of hot chicks on the Internet. No, it's not Moose or Unsurprised or Spur or even Brocky! It's Joliet Jake Delhomme! His recent posts on the open threads have inspired me and

Hard Ride To Nowhere (Chapter 122)

The scene: The Wasteland of the post-apocalyptic future, where Brocky is hard at work, filling in dirt and rocks beneath the wheels of Doktor Zymm’s RV, which is stuck nose-first in the sand after it crashed into the desert. Brocky had previously spent some time digging PK out from under

The English: Are They Human? Case Study 5: The Battle of Fishguard

Despite controlling one-third of the world's landmass and one-quarter of its population at its peak in the late 19th century, one really has to wonder if the English are even civilized in the first place. As Indian historian and MP Dr. Shashi Tharoor stated in a 2015 speech at Oxford

Sexy Friday, Belated Mexican Independence Day edition

So, last week was Mexican Independence Day. In previous years, this would mean tons of people going to bars in Los Angeles and a lot of people taking off on vacation to visit family in México and partake in festivities there. Obviously, that didn't happen this year. Well, let me rephrase

Hard Ride To Nowhere (Chapter 121)

The scene: That terrifying location within the Wasteland known as the Taboo Region! Specifically, the bottom of the cliff where, until recently, a giant spider had been menacing Moosemas Gorilla, Horatio Cornblower, Otto’s Brain (who are all stuck in webbing) and Future Clone Lynda Carter (who is not). Horatio Cornblower: It’s...gone? Future

The English: Are They Human? Case Study 4: On Whale Sovereignty

Despite controlling one-third of the world's landmass and one-quarter of its population at its peak in the late 19th century, one really has to wonder if the English are even civilized in the first place. As Indian historian and MP Dr. Shashi Tharoor stated in a 2015 speech at Oxford