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  1. Grumley commented on Emmy Lou 8 months ago

    Poison ivy, underwear, some assembly required.

  2. Grumley commented on Tarzan 8 months ago

    seattlepi.com

  3. Grumley commented on Jump Start 8 months ago

    Which would be for the life of the powertrain, which would be only shortly after the life of fluids (lubricants, coolant, etc.). Fluids need to be changed on a regular basis; they get dirty (oil) lose their ability to do their job (coolant).

  4. Grumley commented on Andy Capp 8 months ago

    Re: The good Prof (if she is such; this IS the Internet):

    She has not, to this day as far as I know, answered the “oh! so simple!” question I put to her a month or so ago. Namely, please cite for us where in the GoComics/UClick TOS (that’s “Terms of Service” for the less bright among us) does it state that all comments made on these pages must remain relevant to the comic at hand and that no off-topic posts or conversations will be allowed?

    No, she has not because she cannot. Such language does not exist. If it does, I would be pleased as punch if someone should point it out for me and the general edification of those who take part on this page. Since the good Prof (if that is what she is; remember, this IS the internet) cannot answer my simple question, she is more than content to caterwaul like a cat in heat about how “we’re ruining these pages” with “our off-topic posts and pointless personal conversations.” Well, good Prof (if that is what you are; remember, this IS the internet), as far as I’m concerned, you can (figuratively) take a long walk off a short pier.

  5. Grumley commented on Gasoline Alley 8 months ago

    It would seem that your teachers in Hebrew school were not well-versed in Scripture. Moses was punished with a similar punishment as the Israelites, but for a different reason and for different incidents. In Moses’ case, the case you cited JPuzzleWhiz is the reason that Moses, and only Moses, was not allowed to enter the Promised Land. Moses was only supposed to speak to the rock as commanded by God, but instead struck it out of anger in disobedience to God (Numbers 20). Moses’ disobedience ruined the picture/symbolism that God was trying to create for the children of Israel.
    The second incident, in which the children of Israel, age 20 and above, were condemned to die in the wilderness and not enter the Promised Land, occurred just a little earlier (as detailed in Numbers 14) and came as a result of Israel’s stubbornness in refusing to believe God’s promise that he would deliver the Promised Land into their hands, and instead cowered in fear of the people of that inhabited the land. Instead they wished for a return to Egypt and the life of slavery they had left, foolishly thinking they would have had an easier life in Egypt.

  6. Grumley commented on Gasoline Alley 8 months ago

    It would seem that your teachers in Hebrew school were not well-versed in Scripture. Moses was punished with a similar punishment as the Israelites, but for a different reason and for different incidents. In Moses’ case, the case you cited JPuzzleWhiz is the reason that Moses, and only Moses, was not allowed to enter the Promised Land. Moses was only supposed to speak to the rock as commanded by God, but instead struck it out of anger in disobedience to God (Numbers 20). Moses’ disobedience ruined the picture/symbolism that God was trying to create for the children of Israel.
    The second incident, in which the children of Israel, age 20 and above, were condemned to die in the wilderness and not enter the Promised Land, occurred just a little earlier (as detailed in Numbers 14) and came as a result of Israel’s stubbornness in refusing to believe God’s promise that he would deliver the Promised Land into their hands, and instead cowered in fear of the people of that inhabited the land. Instead they wished for a return to Egypt and the life of slavery they had left, foolishly thinking they would have had an easier life in Egypt.

  7. Grumley commented on Farcus 8 months ago

    Obviously the colorist does not know a thing about baseball. The uniform is supposed to include Dodger Blue!

  8. Grumley commented on Wizard of Id 9 months ago

    We have the pink pickled eggs here in the south, too, along with pickled sausage, pickled pigs feet…

  9. Grumley commented on Wizard of Id 9 months ago

    If this had occurred just a few months later, we could have presumed he’d had too much nog.

  10. Grumley commented on Momma 9 months ago

    In other words, Francis does not understand the gravity of the situation.