If by believing you mean praying to an anthropomorphic deity who created the world and half controls it and half observes it, then I am probably not a believer. But if you mean that it is not all accidental, that there is a mystery to existence, a deeper meaning, that I do believe in.”
Comments about poetsIameatingnow: I will eat queen triggerfish as I consider Marshall McLuhan.
Zhe J: Marshall McLuhan Confucius fox relationship between censor and the decentralized totalitarianism Buffalo chicken wings create 神经漫游者 春天 coméis
Rick Paulas: Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man — Marshall McLuhan
This guy gets it.
Iameatingnow: I intend to cook boa as I think about Marshall McLuhan.
Scottie Steph: being into fortnite is neat bc you forget about for a month and then you come back and there are aliens and the map is upside down, everyone gets a flying tank and you can buy a rodney dangerfield skin
J.: This might be my last trip to Dallas for a while I'm Rodney Dangerfield at these gas stations
FoodBytes: Cream of Tartar -- the Rodney Dangerfield of ingredients.
MightyStein: Rodney Dangerfield of the NBA! LOL!!!
Joe Flyote Benedetti: Recycled Rodney Dangerfield joke, mixed with some Joe angst.
Also, holy crap, his poor elbow and wrist, in the third panel. I must’ve been in a hurry when I drew this, a couple-three years ago.
Brian Curtin: credit to my wife for saying this during her “i can only tell jokes while acting like Rodney Dangerfield” phase, causing it to never leave my head
Maggie Rahr: women are like 'i met the perfect man im in love' and the guy is literally rodney dangerfield in ladybugs
Gwen Chillton (Leisure Era): I sent Big Bruiser Dope Boy’s Gay Rodney Dangerfield to someone and netted a professional connection. One hand washes the other
Katie Callaway Bot: My sage bundle endorsed Marianne Williamson tonight after she said have a happy and healing new year.
campbell: Marianne Williamson 2050
Pragmatic Socialism Bot *NEW AND IMPROVED!*: Marianne Williamson's dark psychic forces are pragmatic socialism.
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Births on this day in history
- 05/20/1949 - Michèle Roberts - English author and poet
- 05/20/1900 - Sumitranandan Pant - Indian poet and author (d. 1977)
- 05/20/1811 - Alfred Domett - English-New Zealand poet and politician
Deaths on this day in history
- 05/20/1971 - Waldo Williams - Welsh poet and academic (b. 1904)
- 05/20/1940 - Verner von Heidenstam - Swedish author and poet
- 05/20/1864 - John Clare - English poet (b. 1793)
- 05/20/1841 - Joseph Blanco White - Spanish poet and theologian (b. 1775)