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Imagine This by Lucas Turnbloom

Imagine This

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  1. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children 3 days ago

    Thanks, Toonerific! (You’ll be happy to know that “Toonerific” is already in my iPhone’s auto fill).

  2. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children 20 days ago

    I went to bed at 7:00am. If that’s not early, I don’t know what is.

  3. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children 26 days ago

    This is based on a person, many years ago, that I could only escape by going to the bathroom. She found out that I, too, was a fan of the comic strip Cathy She began a sentence around mid-morning and finished it ….well, I have no idea when she finished it.

  4. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children about 1 month ago

    Thanks, Toonerific! I forgot the link was on this page. It’s like bouncing between year’s going from here to my site.

  5. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children about 1 month ago

    He’s definitely not meaner than a junk yard dog, just self-centered.

  6. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children about 1 month ago

    You always have the best pictures, StelBel!

  7. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children about 1 month ago

    RootsInDM, that was….beautiful. I think that’s the best parallel universe explanation of missing items I’ve ever read. No, really. I think I’ll be more at peace now when I can’t find something.

  8. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children about 1 month ago

    Hahaaha…thanks StelBel! There are fans and there are Super-Fans. That was above and beyond. Well done. I particularly like the little paint bucket (Claremont-size, if you will) left in the grass.

  9. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children 2 months ago

    Doctor Robert was, in fact, in a strip that I did many years before Berle, and a sort of predecessor. Good catch.

  10. Stephen Beals commented on Adult Children 2 months ago

    Sadly, this is the last we see of the little bird. I don’t know why this strip still cracks me up. Sometimes it’s good to be silly for silly’s sake.