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  1. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Lard's World Peace Tips about 10 hours ago

    John and Yoko got exactly what they wanted from the bed thing: lots of media attention and publicity. It was never about peace for them.

  2. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Lard's World Peace Tips about 19 hours ago

    Get your butt out of bed and do something to help!

  3. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Nothing is Not Something about 19 hours ago

    Never anger a unicorn, they are armed and they know how to use it!

  4. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Kliban's Cats about 19 hours ago

    “Lady madonna, children at your feet, wonder how you manage to make ends meet?”

  5. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless about 19 hours ago

    The cage-thing was the 18th-early 19th century equivalent of a baby walker, meant to keep the toddler from falling and hurting himself. The Dutch had an interesting idea, babies wore padded “crowns” made of whalebone to protect their little heads in case they bashed into something or fell hard.

  6. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Haiku Ewe about 19 hours ago

    Al’s been history for years. No way even to find out what happened; I’ve tried.

  7. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Off the Mark about 19 hours ago

    He’s got her all tied in knots!

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

    Dude’s probably on vacation. Cut him some slack.

  9. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Lard's World Peace Tips 2 days ago

    I notice Little Gnome Guy isn’t among the polite bunch!

    You can never get in trouble for being too polite. In fact, you can be so polite it’s insulting—and there’s nothing for anyone to get hold of.

  10. orinoco womble GoComics Pro Member commented on Speechless 2 days ago

    “I go to work, and I come home, and I stay home. I give you my paycheck, and that’s every Saturday. I’ll eat anything you set in front of me, I can fix anything electrical, and I’m all right after that first cuppa coffee—I want that one bad, though.” (Sonny in the film “Norma Rae.”)