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  1. Jon Allingham commented on Luann 7 days ago

    Personally I think the whole storyline is boring – fragmenting the strip into 5 separate strips (Parents, Luanne, Bernice, Delta, Brad & Toni) and the whole thing with Dez & Sun is just silly. Can anyone say “jump the shark”? Greg should back off the college stuff and focus on the DeGroots.

  2. Jon Allingham commented on Adam@Home about 1 month ago

    substitute “nutcase” for “serious author” and it works better.

  3. Jon Allingham commented on Pickles about 1 month ago

    This is the first time I remember it being clearly stated that Nelson and Sylvia live somewhere else. So I looked it up on Wikipedia and was astounded to see that Sylvia is married to Dan, a wildlife photographer. Now that I know that, I think we’ve seen him, but I sure wouldn’t remember they were married. Guess it isn’t relevant to the storyline…

  4. Jon Allingham commented on Adam@Home about 1 month ago

    You must be channeling that awesome story line from Bloom County during the Reagan years. Ha.

  5. Jon Allingham commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    This really went a weird direction – there was a lot of promise in the story line but it is hard to see any of that promise coming out of this premise.

  6. Jon Allingham commented on Stone Soup about 1 month ago

    Here in Manhattan there seem to be three standard footwear styles – heels, tennis shoes for the smart people who put their heels on at work, and flip flops. I see plenty of flip flops here at work but Amazon is about as dress down as it gets.

  7. Jon Allingham commented on FoxTrot Classics 3 months ago

    Spandex & Kleenex is all she needs :-)

  8. Jon Allingham commented on Adam@Home 3 months ago

    Some day I’ll figure out why those two are together.

  9. Jon Allingham commented on Luann 3 months ago

    Can anyone say “artistic license”?

  10. Jon Allingham commented on The Norm Classics 4 months ago

    CFOs like firing. Most HR directors don’t, at least not the ones I’ve worked with over the years.