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  1. nboady commented on The Flying McCoys about 16 hours ago

    Actually, here’s what Gloop looks like:

  2. nboady commented on On A Claire Day 3 days ago

    All that equipment belongs to the guy who lives above Claire.

  3. nboady commented on Rip Haywire 4 days ago

    You are going to stop reading the strip because Rip & Breezy are married?

  4. nboady commented on Ink Pen 6 days ago

    The blonde is Jenn Erica as the Empoweress. Those strips ran 3 or 4 months ago.

  5. nboady commented on Cleats 7 days ago

    ctrl-+ (or other methods of page enlargement) makes the image larger but also makes it blurrier, so sometimes it doesn’t always help the situation (the Preteena reruns are in that category). At least, Preteena has part of the original run on gocomics (with zoom active) so a higher resoution image is often available by going back to the original run to find a strip. Cleats doesn’t have that so we’re stuck with the low-res images.

  6. nboady commented on Rip Haywire 8 days ago

    That sequence started here.

  7. nboady commented on Agnes 8 days ago

    Here is a nice cranberry sauce that is milder than canned cranberry sauce:

    Cranberry and Pear Sauce

    Ingredients
    12 oz bag cranberries
    1 large pear, peeled, cored & cubed
    1 1/2 tablespoons honey
    1 1/2 tablespoons maple syrup
    3 1/2 tablespoons raw sugar
    2 teaspoons cinnamon

    Directions

    For a great sauce the proportions of cranberries to water are 4:1. In this recipe, the proportions of cranberries to pear are 3:1, but feel free to experiment.

    Combine cranberries, pear, water, honey, maple syrup and cinnamon in a pot. Bring to boil, then lower heat and stir occasionally.

    The cranberries will begin to pop, keep stirring. When all of the cranberries have popped, the sauce will be ready. This will take about 10-15 minutes (10 minutes or so works for me). The longer you boil, the thicker it will be.

    The most important thing to remember is, that you can always add sugar or honey after, but it is not possible to remove it. If you’ve added too much water wither add more cranberries or ladle the water out.

    Makes 2 3/4 cup of sauce

  8. nboady commented on One Big Happy 13 days ago

    Well, the comic is from 2000, so the typewriter isn’t a complete anachronism. But it definitely looks strange in today’s world.

  9. nboady commented on Last Kiss 19 days ago

    It would have been easier to figure out if the uniform colors had been updated to be a bit more modern. He does look more like a UPS guy than a serviceman.

  10. nboady commented on Ben 21 days ago

    Actually, most of those carving pumpkins make terrible pies. Pumpkins used for pies are a different type.