I’m so past blindly accepting calls for censorship and demands for political correctness. I enjoy the daily comics, including Non Sequitur. Some days are funny, some thought-provoking, and others just flat.
A bear in place of Leonardo daVinci along with the doodles — genius. I missed the "egg," until the paper eagerly pointed it out. I couldn’t decipher it clearly with a magnifying glass. Banning is not the answer after the insults we the people have had to endure from the personally obtuse, totally uncensored tyrant occupying our White House.
Banning is what Mandela endured. Your action is similar to sanctioning the works of Mark Twain because he wrote in the language of the day. Yet we’re a captive audience to the intolerance spouted in chants of "Lock her up," "Jews will not replace us," and Trump name-calling his opponents everything from "Pocahontas" to "Little Marco."
We daily have to stomach far worse from this administration. This comic strip non-event reminds me of the reports alleging phallic shapes on the Little Mermaid video covers; Much ado about nothing. Those who see a need to censure have too much time on their hands and blinders to the larger picture.
Michael Kalinowski, Eugene