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  1. sheepdawg81 commented on Rabbits Against Magic 21 days ago

    Thanks for clarifying! I’m new enough to this strip to not have much background and couldn’t figure out why Lettuce was living with Eightball and Weenus and didn’t realize Lettuce was a girl.

  2. sheepdawg81 commented on Rabbits Against Magic 25 days ago

    Is Lettuce Eight ball’s son?

  3. sheepdawg81 commented on Thatababy 26 days ago

    That’s awesome! It looks like thatadad is buying Grins! Its a beverage made near where I live!
    Its a kind of healthy beverage…like gatorade without artificial colors or flavors and no high fructose corn syrup.
    Check it out…http://www.grinsbev.com/

  4. sheepdawg81 commented on The Martian Confederacy about 1 month ago

    Go comics was having a technical problem of some sort. If you see this kind of thing happening you need to contact customer support. I contacted them yesterday and they apparently fixed it in under 24 hours. They can’t read every comment board but they do read the emails directed to them.

  5. sheepdawg81 commented on Reply All about 1 month ago

    I do too.

  6. sheepdawg81 commented on Kitchen Capers 4 months ago

    How many eggs?

  7. sheepdawg81 commented on Non Sequitur 8 months ago

    She’s the one on trial. It seems she does have a jury of her peers.

  8. sheepdawg81 commented on For Better or For Worse 8 months ago

    Agreed.

  9. sheepdawg81 commented on For Better or For Worse 8 months ago

    @Susan Newman: You do realize that this strip’s character of Elly is based on Lynn (the author of the strip), right?! Comic strips aren’t your personal dumping ground. If you can’t say something nice, it is not necessary to share your comment.

  10. sheepdawg81 commented on For Better or For Worse 10 months ago

    @Dogday88 I agree. It seems John was pretending to be nice to Ellie. Its rather hateful that when taken up on something he should normally do to take load off of her that he pouts about it.

    I’m glad my dad enjoyed taking us (his 3 little girls) with him on errands. We loved singing with him going down the road and tagging along on errands. I’m glad he took the time to enjoy us. I can’t recall a time growing up that my mom got groceries. Dad always made a night of it with the kids and we often ended by going out for ice cream. Dad farmed and was a full time (60 hrs+) welder for an industrial chemical company so he came home tired but made time for us. Its sad to me that all dads aren’t like that. Some guys choose to be only fathers, not dads.