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  1. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp about 23 hours ago

    Just checking in, late in the day, I know (as Bob Cratchit once said, “I was making rather merry yesterday!”) I would cheerfully sacrifice the rest of GoComics if I were allowed to keep the Andy Capp comments AND the commenters.

  2. Godfreydaniel commented on Li'l Abner about 23 hours ago


  3. Godfreydaniel commented on Matt Wuerker about 23 hours ago

    Yeah, that whole peace and prosperity thing (with numerous bimbo eruptions………)

  4. Godfreydaniel commented on Tom Toles about 23 hours ago

    It depends on the interpretation, Night-Gaunt ol’ buddy. (Of course, so does everything……..)

  5. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    Could we PLEASE get somebody’s great-grandmother’s Pekingese’s pet gerbil to pinch-hit???? Never mind, I’m in a RIGHT mood.
    Thanks for the post, and we’ll get ‘em tomorrow!
    Nice to see you’re up this late in Malta! And if a dog that drags you six yards is the friendliest you’ve known, I’d hate to see the meanest!

  6. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    About cow patties……..when I was in college, I was in a production of “The Music Man.” I could NOT seem to get one of my lines right. I was supposed to object to “Professor” Harold Hill’s alleged musical virtuosity by saying something like “He can’t tell a bass drum from a pipe organ!” It kept coming out in all weird directions: “pipe bass” or “drum organ” or “bass pipe” or whatever. Finally, at our last dress rehearsal, I just froze completely. Couldn’t get anything, until in desperation I tossed out, “He can’t tell a cowbell from a buffalo chip!” Which got a big laugh from the cast onstage. Which the director kindly allowed me to keep, and it got big laughs from the crowds at the actual performance. We now return you to our regularly scheduled comments, and hope that Jonathan Mason wasn’t taking notes…………

  7. Godfreydaniel commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    @Number Six
    Interestingly enough, there was a bit of a debate in “Shoe” today, because for some reason it was printed in black and white instead of color, but later today it was in color. I NEVER saw “Shoe” in color (except for Sundays, natch), until I recently started to read it here, when my local paper got rid of it for an abomination that shall remain nameless, and I had to read it on here. One poster hoped the lack of color on weekday “Shoes” would be temporary, and another hoped it would be permanent. For most of the history of comic strips, the weekdays were always “just” black and white, and I don’t recall people whining about that. (Then again, I wasn’t alive at the time, lol.) Even these days, plenty of newspapers (our younger posters might need to look that term up somewhere…….) print the weekday comics in black and white. (Like “The Kansas City Star” does, and I’m not talking about Roger Miller’s song, although this IS a “hint hint” to beviek for yet another favor……) So, although I always enjoyed the color, I’d also love to see your Oscar and Wild comic in black and white!

  8. Godfreydaniel commented on Matt Wuerker 3 days ago

    They aren’t Mitt, neither! (Nor the alcoholic crybaby, John Boehner, nor the Kentucky Fried Loser, Mitch McConnell.)

  9. Godfreydaniel commented on Tom Toles 3 days ago

    Thanks, Mr. Ngn33r, you’re an officer and a gentleman (and a mister!)

  10. Godfreydaniel commented on Shoe 3 days ago

    “I might not know art but I know what I like, and I don’t like Art!”