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  1. GrimmaTheNome commented on Fred Basset 1 day ago

    UK general election May 7th …

  2. GrimmaTheNome commented on Cathy 1 day ago

    Nice to get that old stereotype trotted out – it’s as outdated as ‘curlers and a housedress’. Get thee back to the 1950s!

  3. GrimmaTheNome commented on Overboard 6 days ago

    Urgh, cold raw beef – sear the meat first if you want it to taste good. That pot wouldn’t get a good review from me.

  4. GrimmaTheNome commented on Fred Basset 8 days ago

    If he was in a field with livestock he’d need to be ‘under close control’. If a dog worries livestock (a particular problem at lambing time) then a farmer is legally allowed to shoot it.

  5. GrimmaTheNome commented on Dilbert Classics 22 days ago

    Ah, this could be fun! ‘Nurture’ may be one of her many capabilities (though that’d primarily be of baby-bot), but ‘serve’ was never in the job description.

  6. GrimmaTheNome commented on Dilbert Classics about 1 month ago

    >In brief, when an assumption directly violates physical or chemical laws, it must not be true.

    well, at least that totally rules out the ‘god did it’ alternative.

  7. GrimmaTheNome commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    He’s more likely to end up as a featherbrain if he sticks to that approach.

  8. GrimmaTheNome commented on Fred Basset about 1 month ago

    It might not be a supermarket – could be a big pet store. Pets At Home welcomes canine customers.

  9. GrimmaTheNome commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    My side of the pond those would actually be something rather different, and definitely not something you’d say to a child. Calvin and his dad wouldn’t be able to do them anyway.

  10. GrimmaTheNome commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 months ago

    There’s also a lot of anti-plagiarism software available now – and even without that, I’m sure that teachers of small children are very well able to tell whether the homework is the kid’s work or not (be it net or misguided parent providing the words)