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  1. rundstyk commented on Scary Gary 3 days ago

    Doug: Don´t get it.. Can´t you explain it more clearly?

  2. rundstyk commented on Wizard of Id 3 days ago

    Next years IRS return form is simplified:
    1: What did you earn in 2015?
    2: How much is left?
    3: How fast can you transfer it to us to avoid having to pay an additional 10 percent?

  3. rundstyk commented on Wizard of Id about 1 month ago

    When seatbelts were made mandatory in my home country, a university clinic started monitoring fatal caraccidents in the region. Of the first 400 deaths only 4 (four) were buckled in. To do the math for A Common Tater: With seatbelt the risk of being one of the dead motorist is one percent. Without it is 99 percent.
    And for hearing of the many being rescued by NOT wearing a belt. Maybe there is only that one, but many recounts the urban legend.

  4. rundstyk commented on Luann Bonus Material about 1 month ago

    dog – definitely

  5. rundstyk commented on Luann Bonus Material about 1 month ago

    Two kids, mixed. Girl oldest just to contrast her own childhood

  6. rundstyk commented on Luann Bonus Material about 1 month ago

    a

  7. rundstyk commented on Luann Bonus Material about 1 month ago

    Teacher

  8. rundstyk commented on Luann Bonus Material about 1 month ago

    Gunther

  9. rundstyk commented on Wizard of Id 3 months ago

    Did she go back for a refund?

  10. rundstyk commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    Torturers may want to hear the truth, but only the truth they dictate and the truth that suits theri goals. It hardly ever will be THE truth.
    Torture was part of the judicial system in my native country partly into the 19th century, but by a twisted sense of justice only to be applied AFTER the accused had acknowledged guilt. The purpose of the torture to give an offender the chance to exonerate his crimes before appearing before St. Peter.