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  1. puddleglum1066 commented on Tom the Dancing Bug about 13 hours ago

    In Bahstahn, they “wash the ca.”


    In Indiana, they “warsh the car.”


    In case you ever wondered where those unused Bastahnian rs went…

  2. puddleglum1066 commented on Tarzan about 13 hours ago

    Your regular Tarzan is feeling a bit under the weather today, and is taking the day off. In order to keep the story moving, we have replaced him temporarily with the Amazing Spider-Man (newspaper version). We apologize for any inconvenience. —The management

  3. puddleglum1066 commented on Candorville about 13 hours ago

    Y’know what else was “great” about WWII? We actually won. Since then… Korea, stalemate; Vietnam, loss; Iraq I, suspended; Iraq II, fiasco; Afghanistan, fiasco; DroneWar™, creating more terrorists than it kills; ISIS-ism, spiraling into a repeat of Iraq II… Not to mention the “wars” against crime, drugs, poverty…


    Something else strange: WWII was a war of self-defense (the Japanese military attacked us), managed by the Department of War. Then the Department was renamed “Defense [sic],” and it’s hard to say that any of the wars it’s managed have been truly defensive.


    Just sayin’…

  4. puddleglum1066 commented on Non Sequitur about 13 hours ago

    You left out the two most important words. Allow me to add them: “We wouldn’t have such a problem with the smell if so many people with money didn’t actually like it.” TV time isn’t cheap, and if you play “follow the money” on those pseudo-grass-roots organizations whose names flash across the screen in tiny print as the ads end, an awful lot of it originates with a fairly small number of very wealthy people.


    I suppose that’s what the rich mean when they call themselves “job creators”: lots of jobs are created every election cycle for writers, actors, narrators, editors, etc., to pollute our airwaves with this stuff. I suppose we should be happy about that, as it may be the only part of the economy that’s actually growing at the moment…

  5. puddleglum1066 commented on MythTickle about 13 hours ago

    Not to mention a good urologist. A successful vampire needs really high-performance kidneys and a huge bladder, as blood is nearly all water with very little nutiritional value. The vampire drains a victim, and then very quickly has to dispose of eight pints (that’s a whole gallon) of salty water. How does he do it and maintain the style that vampires are famous for? Depends…

  6. puddleglum1066 commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    “I’m ready for my security screening now, Mr. TSA man!”

  7. puddleglum1066 commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    Remember, the average kitchen counter has more germs than the average toilet seat. Or so they (whoever “they” are) say…

  8. puddleglum1066 commented on Little Nemo 6 days ago

    Update: I did an experiment in which I resized the window to larger than my screen size (I think this laptop is 1024 wide), and found than when I did that, the zoom didn’t clip off the left side. Don’t ya love software?

  9. puddleglum1066 commented on Little Nemo 6 days ago

    It’s still snipping off the left side of the image.

  10. puddleglum1066 commented on Super-Fun-Pak Comix 6 days ago

    See also: E. Subitzky, “Coincidental Juxtaposition Comics,” National Lampoon, sometime around 1974. “Far out!” “To a T!”