Anonymous said…
The white male position of privilege of P&F studios becomes more apparent with every page. Where are the persons of color? And why are there no women? The white upper-middle-class suburban setting of P&F says nothing to the masses who have suffered oppression from the white man's burden. I would quit reading but its pathetic attempts to be funny amuse me.
Anonymous said…
I strongly disagree! I detect a bias towards low class Green Ohs in this comic!

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