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  1. rgcviper commented on Eric the Circle about 2 hours ago

    Rock on, Eric.

  2. rgcviper commented on Alley Oop about 2 hours ago

    I really like the image of the bugs being used as spies. Very cool, and sci-fi-y.


    Thanks for continuing to share your stories each day.

  3. rgcviper commented on Lio about 3 hours ago

    “Clear!” [ZZZZAP!!]


    (And, for the record, the machine that does that is called an automated external defibrillator.)

  4. rgcviper commented on The Fusco Brothers about 3 hours ago

    They’re probably full of something—that’s for sure.

  5. rgcviper commented on Overboard about 3 hours ago

    Louie, you rock, buddy.


    @2old
    Ha—love the pic about the stick and the tree. Thanks for sharing.


    Good Evening, Crew.

  6. rgcviper commented on Nancy about 3 hours ago

    So, Nancy could hear Sluggo’s thought bubble from panel 1?

  7. rgcviper commented on Cathy about 3 hours ago

    I was gonna say, Mom … Looks like nuttiness still runs in the family.


    HI, MOM. Hello, “Cathy” Clan.

  8. rgcviper commented on Pearls Before Swine about 3 hours ago

    Son of a monkey …


    I think Pig needs a new plan.

  9. rgcviper commented on Alley Oop about 4 hours ago

    Larry’s “Oop” Story – Saturday 9/20/14


    Oscar and Sheldon and the other construction slaves had put the finishing touches on the project they had all been working on – building another slave compound! It seems the Glarbs have high hopes of increasing their lot.


    You would think that after working on a project like that for months, they would get the benefit of a day off after finishing? But no, there’s more than half the day ahead and they are being lined up and chained, ready for a trek to their new destination.


    The Glarbs are weaving the chains around each prisoner’s feet, so they cannot possibly run, and then linking another two chains through the entire line, so they are all fastened to each other. Plus they all have their collars on, of course. There is little hope of escape, or rather really none at all. They are completely secured and controlled a hundred percent.


    Finally, the last link is threaded and the enormous and heavy locks are clicked close. The humiliated queue of captive souls is led down the streets; a parade of slavery and ownership for all to see.


    As they march, the Glarb guards are talking and laughing loudly. Their translator must be turned off because their banter cannot be understood, except to be derisive – and cruel. And then Sheldon hears something…a whispering behind him.

  10. rgcviper commented on Over the Hedge 1 day ago

    This one reminds me of an individual who kept showing up during Superheroes Week at a kids’ camp where I volunteer every summer.


    Almost every day, we’d hear at some time …


    “Sounds like a job for … DUCT TAPE MAN!”