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The Meaning of Lila by John Forgetta and L.A. Rose

The Meaning of Lila

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  1. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 2 days ago

    Viper: Looks like one angry bitch with a very toxic ’tude !!

  2. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 2 days ago

    He’ll ALWAYS be NA-nu NA-nu !!

  3. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 2 days ago

    From yesterday:
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    I seriously doubt that there’s a college that would put boys and girls in the same dorm, much less the same room.-
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    We had just that at UCLA, ~1964: Men on floors 1-6 women on floors 7-10. Visits to each others’ rooms was only on sunday afternoons, with the doors open. That all changed when the law decreed 18+ people were adults. Then men and women shared floors, and, I suppose, couples roomed together despite the official room roster.
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    Also from yesterday:
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    Bring on the roommate from HELL! The typical college first year experience.
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    My R from H was in my 2nd year.

  4. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 3 days ago

    Mooney ? Wasn’t that some kind of cult or something?

  5. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 3 days ago

    Oh, don’t we just LOVE those cocky (cockamamie) dudes who refer to themselves in the third person as "The (fill in the blank)? College ego trips; most of us had them.

  6. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on The Bent Pinky 3 days ago

    This one is sure to generate quite a few gender bender comments !!

  7. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Zen Pencils 3 days ago

    when does the Great Yellow Submarine arrive to take us to Pepperland?

  8. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 3 days ago

    Nanu Nanu (with the accent on the “Na” , as was the original pronunciation).

  9. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 6 days ago

    First year of college: holidays and summers back in the hi-school scene with your old friends, almost like nothing had changed. then second year and he real transitions start: the new life and people begin to overshadow the old one. You begin to see how much you’ve changed compared to those who stayed home and didn’t go to college. Much later on, when the reunions begin, then the old friendships begin to reassert themselves in a richer, more mature light.

  10. spaced man spliff GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 6 days ago

    ………it’s time for me to go-o."*
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    Didn’t Al Gore use that line in various forms?