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  1. Daniel Mosemann commented on Pluggers about 1 month ago

    Why not? In days back when, the barber was also the dentist… kinda explains why the chairs seemed to be so sturdy and bulky back then just to spin a guy around for a trim!!

  2. Daniel Mosemann commented on Pluggers about 1 month ago

    This is all wrong… these are PLUGGERS!!! Where’s the friend with the pickup truck??

  3. Daniel Mosemann commented on The Flying McCoys 2 months ago

    Yeah, but look where the other end of the chain is!!! Poor doggie…

  4. Daniel Mosemann commented on Pluggers 2 months ago

    window sill and four (yes, I am evil… I drive with one hand on the wheel and my elbow jutting out over the door!!!)

  5. Daniel Mosemann commented on Rose is Rose 3 months ago

    Spiders, ticked-off wives… same strategy…

  6. Daniel Mosemann commented on Pluggers 4 months ago

    Coin? Coin??!! We don’t need no steeenking COIN!! We go FISHIN, BABY!!!!!

  7. Daniel Mosemann commented on Pickles 7 months ago

    Being that doorways are constrictions in our paths, I theorize that our lapses of memory are caused by the “venturi effect.” Lay definition… stuff traveling at a certain speed in an enclosed corridor will increase in speed if the corridor narrows. I believe that, while our body’s speed may not be readily affected, our mental processes accelerate. With neural speeds for thinking running roughly 70 ft/sec, then getting ramped up to around 300 ft/sec, our jaunt through a doorway leaves our brain in the proverbial dust of our now-racing thoughts!!

  8. Daniel Mosemann commented on B.C. 7 months ago

    I don’t get it (I’ll admit, I can be dense sometimes)… somebody wanna splain to me??

  9. Daniel Mosemann commented on Off the Mark over 1 year ago

    (sigh) If only it was that easy as a human…

  10. Daniel Mosemann commented on The Flying McCoys over 1 year ago

    I figured it was a subtle acknowledgement of a birthday or anniversary of the strip… I love imaginative things like that.