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Speechless by Len Borozinski

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  1. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Off the Mark about 3 hours ago

    Not unless you crop circles in the field.

  2. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Speechless about 9 hours ago

    I think he means the artist. Google the name.

  3. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 9 hours ago

    Oops no, my year of horror was about 1976.

  4. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 12 hours ago

    In all my life I went babysitting about two times. Cured me of doing it again. Was that you?

  5. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Haiku Ewe about 12 hours ago

    Ewe and the Lost Sheep
    Heading out for pastures new
    Grass always greener.

  6. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Off the Mark about 12 hours ago

    Reminds me of a documentary I saw about people who clip and dye their dogs to make “scenes” and compete for prizes. Talk about cruelty to animals. The owners were all saying, “Oh, he loves it, he knows he looks great” and meanwhile the poor animals gave new meaning to the words “looking hangdog.” I never thought a dog could look so embarassed. You could practically hear them thinking, “I look like an idiot.”

  7. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless 1 day ago

    Thanks for missing the point, y’all. It was, that by hiding the genitals in that fashion, the artist drew attention to them. So much for modesty.

    And for my comment. Sigh.

  8. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 1 day ago

    Thank you. I’m so glad someone besides me knows the difference between those two words. Wreak and reek—there’s another pair of homophones with totally different meanings that many mix up.

  9. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts 1 day ago

    In the 1960s children were expected to do household chores as a matter of course, whether or not you got an allowance (in my case, not). We didn’t expect to be treated like royalty; kids were at the bottom of the social totem pole, not the peak of the foodchain. Saturdays were for housecleaning and summers for garden work. Yes, we had playtime, but it was a reward, not a requisite.

  10. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Connie to the Wonnie 1 day ago

    You know you’re a woman of a certain age (which, btw, means “over 50”) when even a facile compliment makes your day.ยด

    I was told yesterday by a Mr Smooth that I have “beautiful legs.” I know this is not true. I know he was just trying to charm me; he’d have said the same thing to a chicken. It still made me smile.