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  1. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse about 1 month ago

    Interesting that the pencil gets airborn when falling but the sheet of paper doesn’t.

  2. Haplo76 commented on Non Sequitur 5 months ago

    Reminds me of this classic:
    http://www.gocomics.com/nonsequitur/2006/09/24
    Maybe the strips were just published in the wrong order :)

  3. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse 5 months ago

    It’s true – sitting is bad for your health.

  4. Haplo76 commented on Non Sequitur 5 months ago

    I was thinking along the same lines as wrwallaceii: One thing to make the fence perfect – roof.

  5. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse 6 months ago

    I love these innovative uses of punctuation (and sometimes other objects)!

  6. Haplo76 commented on Non Sequitur 9 months ago

    Nice name for a company there on the window! (Today’s strip seems to be a rerun, hence Wiley is apparently on vacation. Well, have a good time and come back refreshed!)

  7. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse 9 months ago

    Congratulations for the first five years! Hope you are just starting. DSotH is one of my all time favorites, too. Somewhat similar to Non Sequitur, Far Side (by Gary Larson) and (Finnish) Fingerpori.

  8. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse 9 months ago

    Dodge? Looks more like a Jeep to me if the front grid is any clue :) By the way: nice steering Horace! Maybe you couldn’t deside whether to pass the trees from left or from right.

  9. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse 10 months ago

    Quite surreal… Now I have to spend rest of the day pondering whether this is a great one or just plain weird!

  10. Haplo76 commented on Dark Side of the Horse 12 months ago

    It seems Horace is not the only one who’s suffering from writer’s block. Someone named “Sam” might be having it too! :) Nice, very Samson-like detail.