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  1. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot 1 day ago

    So who is “Chuck”? I assume it’s not the Zachary Levi character.

  2. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 4 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:


    Aaron and my dad had a hard time playing board games. Aaron wanted to learn and Dad wanted to teach him, but they both wanted to win!

  3. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on Dilbert Classics 7 days ago

    Is Lucy’s last name “Van Pelt”?

  4. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on Tank McNamara 11 days ago

    Must have been the cartoonist who won.

  5. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City 11 days ago

  6. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 12 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:


    I think I was in grade three when I was cast in a school Christmas pageant as a wise person. I was told to wear my bathrobe as a costume, but my mom was so upset by its frayed condition that she hurriedly made me a new one out of striped material — much like the robes worn in Christian-Hollywood flicks. Though my behaviour wasn’t particularly saintly, I wore my pageant bathrobe for years, pretending I was right out of the Bible!

  7. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on Gasoline Alley 14 days ago

    I enjoy listening to the old radio programs on XM radio. It’s always a delight to hear Frank Nelson on programs like Jack Benny or Fibber McGee.

  8. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 16 days ago

    Back in the 90’s when CompuServe was still around, I followed the Babylon 5 board. J. Michael participated and it was really cool being able to interact with him about the show.

  9. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 20 days ago

    I spread margarine on the bread first and then the jelly on top of it. This keeps the jelly from soaking into the bread.

  10. Arthur Dent GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 23 days ago

    Lynn’s Notes:


    This was one of my father’s “tricks of the trade.” He had many ways to make tears disappear. He had stories and sayings and jokes and songs. He made faces, he danced and clowned — we had our own private vaudeville show complete with costumes, music, mime, and verse. He could be silly. He could delve into fantasy as easily as we could, and he saw things through our eyes, something few grown-ups have the imagination to do. Dad was like another kid who sometimes sided with us — against Mom. I remember her telling us and Dad to, “Please…GROW UP!!!”