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  1. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Dilbert Classics 2 days ago

    I guess they figured red spaghetti sauce would look too much like blood, but the brown certainly doesn’t work either.

  2. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Drabble 2 months ago

    Drabble is such a fun strip. In New Orleans, of course, they’re called SNOWBALLS, not SNOWCONES! When we moved to Texas in ’56, i had no idea what snowcones were. In this cartoon, though, the “sno-cone” should be red and purple, since the customer ordered strawberry and grape. Keep up the good work, Mr. Fagan.

  3. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 6 months ago

    i really loved the early days of Doonesbury, when all the characters are introduced and begin to take shape. i used to have the entire collection, until i lost it all in Katrina. now at 64 and on a fixed income, i can’t afford to replace it. at least now i can enjoy it all over again, like i did decades ago when it all first began.

  4. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on The Born Loser 10 months ago

    I’ve seen the same punch line in every comic that involves kids

  5. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 11 months ago

    is he ever going to get back to new strips?

  6. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 11 months ago

    Calvin, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet…..

  7. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot Classics 12 months ago

    some of my deepest memories of school were formed in the cafeteria… we didn’t have “mystery meat” but we did have “rainbow meat” , so called because it seemed to have bands of different colors running through it. and also “Creechville Round Steak” which was steamed slices of bologna.

  8. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Geech about 1 year ago

    and gas was 19.9ยข a gallon

  9. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on Geech about 1 year ago

    i grew up in a small Texas town like this, but it was called Ennis… the people there were the most lovable in the world.

  10. Rasslebear GoComics Pro Member commented on In the Bleachers about 1 year ago

    “if the batter hits a pop-up and the infielder catches it but his fly is open, the batter is safe”