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  1. ealeseth commented on Gasoline Alley over 1 year ago

    Swan song – maybe, but there is no restriction on visits.

  2. ealeseth commented on Gasoline Alley over 1 year ago

    It helps to have characters greeted by name. After all, it’s been a while since we have seen them.

  3. ealeseth commented on Gasoline Alley over 1 year ago

    Joel & Rufus have had enough ink recently. It’s time for others.

  4. ealeseth commented on Doonesbury over 1 year ago

    Not legal cause, but often used.

  5. ealeseth commented on Doonesbury over 1 year ago

    You are the one with limited news sources and a closed mind.

  6. ealeseth commented on Doonesbury over 1 year ago

    great for business, bad for workers. Union members are not goons. We are hard working, reliable American citizens.

  7. ealeseth commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    If seamster follows the pattern of baker/baxter, brewer/brewster -a seamster would be female. As we already have seamstress, we don’t need seamster.

  8. ealeseth commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    I didn’t even notice – as in forget that not all places have Middle Eastern food. Los Angeles has plenty of Middle Eastern folks of various ethnicities. My favorite is the stand at our Farmers’ Market. It’s run by Tunisians.

  9. ealeseth commented on Doonesbury over 1 year ago

    To true. Those who can reason, are able to understand that the Great Recession came gradually, and the recovery will continue slowly. That is, if the Republicans don’t kill the recovery – their apparent intent.

  10. ealeseth commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    During the Middle Ages, salt was traded for gold – equal value- across the Sahara Desert. Coastal folks had sea salt. Sub-Saharan had excess gold & needed salt. My students always had fun acting out the trade. It helped them realize that both sides need to feel they are benefiting for real trades to work. Also was a lot more fun than just reading the textbook.