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  1. Wiselad commented on Pearls Before Swine about 20 hours ago

    pig is better off getting cinnamon rolls and using them as checkers pieces

  2. Wiselad commented on Luann about 21 hours ago

    looks like the line of left side of left leg(from our POV) was not all the way to the margin line, thus when the "fill with color was used for the sofa, it got also the pants

  3. Wiselad commented on Luann 2 days ago

    there is no “mongoloids” someone from japan is usually much different than a Chinese(round eyes vs slanted) and ones from south of Vietnam toward Australia are closer to the Polynesian traits, and “Caucasian” includes Middle east Arabia and northern Africa including India peninsula

  4. Wiselad commented on Peanuts Begins 3 days ago

    if you only had kept kicking radios, you might have been able to kick footballs later on

  5. Wiselad commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 days ago

    that means if they go backwards we get this? http://oi60.tinypic.com/v5zv2f.jpg

  6. Wiselad commented on Alley Oop 3 days ago

    from last Saturday to now, the bridge sure developed a stronger and more complicated support beams, didn’t it?

  7. Wiselad commented on Luann 3 days ago

    I heard that Dez’s aunt has a nice place in NY and her name is Prudence LOL just kidding……………..I think…………..

  8. Wiselad commented on Luann 3 days ago

    if you do a Chinese with round eyes, they will say that the mom of the character slept with the European tourist

  9. Wiselad commented on Luann 3 days ago

    around 2 billion people in the world have epicanthal fold(commonly called slanted, but many see it as derogatory term) or about 1/3, of that, 98% of china have it, 75% of Singapore, 20% of Japan, (most are faintly slanted, almost round) and ALL BABIES have it until their 2nd or 3rd month

  10. Wiselad commented on Luann 3 days ago

    in the old west we used to have basically a 2 front “oriental people”, ones who were almost always in the Chinese neighborhoods, with great variety, and ones who lived in the middle of an anglosaxon neighborhood, most of them were either in laundry as they were very effective and most people expected them to be much better than anyone else(they became the Mcdonalds while everyone else were the “other fast food franchises”) or were cooks, so in bonanza his jobwas not unusual for the old west. but they did go a little overboard on his personality