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  1. wrwallaceii commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    Well, deah… we cater to ‘you’; why not ‘them’?

  2. wrwallaceii commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    I’m 63 or so… my dad is 94, still pretty sharp mentally and I have three grown children, who have children of their own. I see this scenario all of the time… I still have to show my dad how to program his Old School VCR so it tells the right time and my kids have to show me how to use the smart phone they got me for… ‘just in case’. I can’t wait until my grand kids are showing my kids and maybe me; if I should live so long how to navigate through the future maybe with Interstellar Virtual reality or some such.

    PS. I remember My Grandpa telling me he didn’t need T.V. because The Cleveland Indians and the Pittsburgh Pirates played better ball on the radio… sigh.

  3. wrwallaceii commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    Yes dear, my Sumo Wrestling weight control program is progressing as expected.

  4. wrwallaceii commented on Luann 5 days ago

    Dez you should know better… Never, never ask a blond an open ended question.

  5. wrwallaceii commented on Non Sequitur 5 days ago

    The little lady found his web browser history… he’s dead…

  6. wrwallaceii commented on Non Sequitur 11 days ago

    It looks like Bacon and Eggs on the hoof to me.

  7. wrwallaceii commented on Luann 18 days ago

    Luann is risking burns to her face as the moisture turns to steam and is held against her skin by the dryer outer surface… She should have made the mask mold with Plaster and used petroleum jelly to protect her skin and ease the removal of the dried mold. she could have mixed the shreddings in with the plaster or layered them on a little at a time.
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    youtube.com/watch?v=hngtfOfjhHU

  8. wrwallaceii commented on Luann 19 days ago

    …or sense.

  9. wrwallaceii commented on Luann 19 days ago

    We had to make life masks for our Theater class waaaaay back in High School. We used Plaster of Paris after coating our faces and hair lines with petroleum jelly so our skin wouldn’t come off. Some of the masks came out okay as negatives some didn’t… one girl actually cast a real good ‘positive’ life mask from the negative. Over all though, it was an uncomfortable exercise.

  10. wrwallaceii commented on Non Sequitur 24 days ago

    Why does Pierre remind me of Peter Sellers?