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  1. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español about 4 hours ago

    FOXTROT: Jason makes a cool comment. :-)

  2. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español about 6 hours ago

    SALLY FORTH Today: That’s sure a lot of prose for a comic strip!

  3. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español about 8 hours ago

    MARK TRAIL: A nice HAPPY THANKSGIVING from MT & family (I didn’t realize that pumpkins are classified as a fruit! – click Buy A Print to see 1st two panels.)

  4. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español about 9 hours ago

    SUNDAY, 11/23
    MARK TRAIL: @ JanCinLV – thanks for your “bear” comment (above 11/22). And what do you think about the size of the RV bedroom in JUDGE PARKER? ( A CK commenter says, So, I’m thinking that RV is about the size of an Amtrak Metroliner, at least inside.)
    MARY WORTH: He’s interested (if he were just being a nice guy, he wouldn’t care about his old sneakers).

  5. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español 1 day ago

    PHANTOM: Will the test be some sort of “sting”? South Fla’s prisons have held several (former) politicians – not to mention a (former) school board member – who failed that kind of “test.” BTW, I want this story to last a while…I have grown fond of John X and will miss him when Kit’s memory is restored.
    MARK TRAIL: I find it amusing that I am currently reading a 17th century play with an appearance by a bear (Shakespeare), and a 21st century comic strip with an appearance by a bear. I guess writers have livened up their stories with bears for centuries.
    MARY WORTH: Hanna was right in Panel 1 – it’s a date.
    JUDGE PARKER: Who is that in panel 3 – is it Mark’s dad? Whoever – he doesn’t look happy.

  6. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español 2 days ago

    I think Crankshaft often mangles his words…“Mission Style” perhaps?

  7. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español 2 days ago

    PHANTOM: @ woodworker – You have a point…but in the spirit of the bigger picture, no one can find out who the “Unknown Commander” really is.
    JUDGE PARKER: Are Sam and Sophie’s comments suggesting what I think they’re suggesting…?
    MARK TRAIL: A commenter at jsonline.com wants to bet $10 on the gator.
    BEAR: Related to the play my Shakespeare play-reading book is doing right new, there is a bear in Act II and he does away with one of the characters! (“The Winter’s Tale”)
    BOOK: @ Teh – related to my book discussion group, I really enjoyed reading the first novel by outdoor writer Peter Heller. The title is “The Dog Stars” and if not at your library, used copies are very inexpensive at Amazon. When published in 2012, it was on Atlantic Monthly’s “best book of the year” list and an NPR review called it a “crackerjack new novel.” If you do read it, please post a comment here! :-)

  8. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español 3 days ago

    CRANKSHAFT: Good one, “Paper or plastic.” But does she mean (paper) currency or a (paper) check?

  9. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español 3 days ago

    PHANTOM: They have some of it right. But I am positive P. was wearing his purple suit when he was suffering from the snake bite. Where is that purple suit, anyway? And when will Kit have a chance to work out to keep those superhero muscles that show off so well when he wears his purple superhero suit?!
    MARK TRAIL: A black bear! But what’s under that haystack? Does anyone recall Mark’s assignment – I think it was something about contamination of the swamp.

  10. Florchi commented on FoxTrot en Español 4 days ago

    PHANTOM: This “innocent” (without memory) Kit is growing on me…but there appear to be signs that his recall is slowly returning (when it does, I think I will miss “John X”).
    JUDGE PARKER: Neddy’s Selfie reveals the new development back at the ranch (Mark).
    MARK TRAIL: More nice artwork while we wait for the story to advance.