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  1. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 7 hours ago

    @Calvin: If this is what your room looks like after you cleaned it, what was it like before?!

  2. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 7 hours ago

    I thought that was true with the plural, but not a singular word ending in “s”. I may be wrong, though.

  3. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Dilbert Classics about 7 hours ago

    Stephen Pastis (Pearls Before Swine) has said he gets a lot of his inspiration from Dilbert. This would be one that inspired him.

  4. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 2 days ago

    I’d rather take the ice bucket.

  5. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles 3 days ago

    That’s something I’ve never understood. If you don’t eat meat, why would you eat something that’s supposed to look and taste like meat?

  6. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Lost Sheep 3 days ago

    I’ll go with “mirror”.

  7. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 days ago

    A-1 is for beef and pork; but good meet doesn’t need any crappy flavoring.

    Maybe not, but a good sauce can make a great steak taste even better.:)

    BTW, it’s “meat”, not “meet”.

  8. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts 3 days ago

    What exactly is “A.M.A.” here? I immediately thought “Academy of Model Aeronautics”, but I’m sure that’s not it.

  9. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts 3 days ago

    Your doctor probably won’t prescribe anything for you until you ask him to. If you aren’t serious about quitting, why would he be? He can’t force it on you.

  10. MPeters GoComics Pro Member commented on Dilbert Classics 3 days ago

    So if you re-read a classic novel, you don’t comment on it?
    I’m sure several of the commenters here are seeing this strip for the first time, even if it is old. I’ve seen this arc in a book, but I haven’t seen near all the classic Dilbert strips. I enjoy seeing what people have to say about it now.