In cleaning out my dad's house after he died, it was like a treasure hunt--I never knew what I would find. Dad was always opinionated and called things like he saw it without holding back. Tact was not his strong suit; that was my mom's specialty. Dad always saw things as black or white. In his eyes, things were either right or wrong. The first section of the paper Harry read every day was the comics. Sometimes, he even made comments on them. Below is one I found that he even saved. It's The Wizard of Id from the PLAIN DEALER back when President Clinton was in office. As you can see, he taped his comment to it at the bottom:
(The comic is a bit hard to read but the king says, "Your beloved King has eliminated crime in the parks." How'd you Do it? Hooray!
King replies: "I legalized mugging.")
How many people do you know who would take time to do this and then save it? Just thought this does give us something to think about.