“Being poor is largely a choice, a daily, if not hourly, decision. If you decide to drop out of school, fail to learn a skill, have no work ethic or get divorced, a life of poverty is often the consequence. …Poverty rates among college graduates, those who learn a trade or skill and parents who stay married are much lower than the rates among those who choose opposite paths. …What to do about lowering the poverty rate? …we need to punish poor decisions instead of rewarding them.”—NUGENT: Poor parental choices make poor children - Washington Times
“What we actually have here is a theological problem, where cultural and commercial symbols are confused with truly Christian ones, and the meaning of the holy season is missed all together. …I don’t believe that respectfully and publicly honoring those many religious symbols has changed many lives, for better or for worse. Much more important than symbols and symbolism is how we live the faith that we espouse. And here is where Fox News’s war on Christmas is most patently unjust.”—Jim Wallis: The Real War On Christmas… By Fox News
Thats right, I am giving away the first 3 issues of the new Wonder Woman series by Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang. All you have to do is message me and let me know what your first Wonder Woman comic was. Whether it was an issue of her own series or a Justice League issue. That first comic with her in it that you read. I’ll pick the winner from there.
I’ll try to mail it out before Xmas. I’ll let you know.
You have to be following this blog BTW.
I don’t remember what it was except it was a standalone WW comic in the late 1970s.
I was too young! I have no good memory of it except that I would lay paper over it and trace the designs to make my own comic.