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  1. Kris Jackson commented on Random Acts of Nancy 5 days ago

    Oh, the stink lines clearly indicate sandwich, and the cliche would mandate limburger.

  2. Kris Jackson commented on Mutt & Jeff 5 days ago

    Subtle bit at the end: “I got between ninety-eight and a hundred dollars.” There’s two dollars between ninety-eight and a hundred. He has two dollars.

  3. Kris Jackson commented on Non Sequitur 5 days ago

    “Instadrum” is nice.

  4. Kris Jackson commented on Bloom County 5 days ago

    Why a duck?

  5. Kris Jackson commented on Jane's World 5 days ago

    It’s nice to see that even someone who lives in a trailer can afford a domestic these days.

  6. Kris Jackson commented on Jane's World 6 days ago

    Uh, yeah.

  7. Kris Jackson commented on Li'l Abner 6 days ago

    I remember the old days — not 1947 but soon after that. Nuclear waste was considered dangerous, it was related to atomic bombs, but if you just dumped it somewhere, someplace no one cares about, or just in the ocean, that was fine. The word “pollution” was unknown, except in relation to self-abuse.

  8. Kris Jackson commented on Random Acts of Nancy 9 days ago

    Yes.

  9. Kris Jackson commented on Bloom County 9 days ago

    I always thought Poppy Bush must have been frustrated as VP. There he was, former head of the CIA, a finger in every pie, knowing all the world leaders, knowing and understanding everything that was going on, and working under Ronald Reagan, who knew only what he read in the Reader’s Digest in 1964, blindsided by everything coming down the pike, getting through it with a smile and a funny story.

  10. Kris Jackson commented on Random Acts of Nancy 10 days ago

    Ah, yes. Being a guy with long hair back then earned you a lot of hatred from the “straights” and increased attention from the cops. The look the two “normal” dogs are giving the “yippie” dogs there? I got that plenty of times. Gave me an insight into what it must be like to be black. In my case, it was all corrected with a haircut.