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  1. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 days ago

    You can leave your hat on…

  2. steverino commented on Non Sequitur 8 days ago

    I was kidding. Ha ha! Joke!

  3. steverino commented on Non Sequitur 9 days ago

    I don’t get it. Do you honk rather than knock?

  4. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 11 days ago

    Backwards ball-cap, combined with a several-days’ beard and a dangling cigarette…

  5. steverino commented on Get Fuzzy 11 days ago

    Toyota ad:
    Funny, the first version I pulled up was from a Belgian ad agency, and it had French subtitles: translated as “Merde!”

  6. steverino commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 14 days ago

    Per Wally in a Dilbert strip (giving advice to the PHB), we can save money by using semi-colons instead of full colons in our documents.

  7. steverino commented on Doonesbury 14 days ago

    When I was a wee lad in the 60s, my mother would remind me to not hold the cats around the waist but to “support their local bottom.” It was only recently, while watching the James Garner movies, that I caught the reference. She’s been dead ten years, but hey, Mom, I finally got your joke!

  8. steverino commented on Nick and Zuzu 21 days ago

    Mark Twain guarding the gate? He did like to dress in white…

  9. steverino commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 24 days ago

    Kids these days are missing out, with their educational Doras and Doc McStuffins— I plop my nieces down with my WB DVDs and they’re good for the morning.
    Plus, speaking of educational: I got a CD of Strauss waltzes for background music at work, and every single one brings up a corresponding WB cartoon memory!

  10. steverino commented on Monty 29 days ago

    I once had to take a road test at the DMV, in order to, er, regain my license. No prob— I’ve been driving for years, and this was a closed-course!
    I failed: four stop signs, four rolling stops. Had to go back again the next day; another four-hour wait. Learned MY lesson!