The Woman In Red: Battle of the Sexes…Fight Until the Vacuum Cleaner is Broken

Good Morning!

And now for Part 2 of…

The Woman in Red: Battle of the Sexes…Fight Until the Vacuum Cleaner is Broken.

You can find Part 1 of this comic-ill story here: The Woman In Red: Against The Monsters On The Hill… A comic-ill perspective observation | Sky Dancing

Which is the second in the series, you can find the first installment here: The Woman in Red: Protector of the Uteri, Defender of Vajayjay Rights and Fighter Against the #WarOnWomen | Sky Dancing

I hope you enjoy the rest of this tale, and that you will be able to follow it. Remember, it comes from a twisted little heathen mind…

And don’t forget, you can click the images to make them bigger. Some of the words on these comics are very small and you may find it easier to read them when the image is larger.

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14 Comments on “The Woman In Red: Battle of the Sexes…Fight Until the Vacuum Cleaner is Broken”

  1. ANonOMouse says:

    That was fabulous JJ. You’re our Woman In Red

  2. bostonboomer says:

    Brilliant! You’ve outdone yourself, JJ.

    {{loud, sustained applause}}

  3. NW Luna says:

    Amazing! What a fun read!

  4. Sweet Sue says:

    Clever and creative, JJ.

  5. Fannie says:

    God, that was good, and in real life too. You win, we all win, can’t wait to join WW in Hilary’s campaign to win.

  6. dakinikat says:

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/nebraska-panel-fate-keystone-pipeline?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

    Congress is suddenly scrambling to vote on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, but the fate of the oft-delayed $5.4 billion project could still wind up in the hands of an obscure commission in Nebraska that regulates telephones, taxi cabs and grain bins.

    The Nebraska Supreme Court is expected to rule within weeks on whether the Nebraska Public Service Commission must review the pipeline before it can cross the state, one of six on the pipeline’s route. Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman gave the green light in January 2013 without the panel’s involvement.

    The commission’s possible role is part of the tangled legal and political history of the pipeline and raises questions about whether it will continue to be snagged even if the Senate votes to approve it next week as expected. The House voted 252-161 Friday to move forward with the project. President Barack Obama, who has delayed a decision pending the resolution of the Nebraska issue, has not said whether he would sign the legislation.