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  1. sallymargaret commented on Connie to the Wonnie 8 days ago

    One perfect guy makes all those years of waiting——-inconvenient but oblivious.

  2. sallymargaret commented on Luann 8 days ago

    I don’t care what anyone else says. Gunther is not a perfect match for Luann. She needs a perfect guy like the one she has.

  3. sallymargaret commented on Incidental Comics 6 months ago

    Thanks, Julie! I wonder why they’re not posted here.

  4. sallymargaret commented on Incidental Comics 6 months ago

    I miss this comic.

  5. sallymargaret commented on Luann 10 months ago

    Women have mood swings. Men just invade other countries.

  6. sallymargaret commented on Luann 10 months ago

    You’ve got it right, ..! If she can’t be honest with him about her feelings, it isn’t much of a relationship. Guys—it’s not required that a lady be sweet all the time unless you want a blow-up doll instead of a real person.

  7. sallymargaret commented on Cul de Sac about 2 years ago

    Sounds like a postcard by Donald Fraser Gould McGill. One of his postcards, featuring a bookish man and an embarrassed pretty woman sitting under a tree, with the caption: “Do you like Kipling?” / “I don’t know, you naughty boy, I’ve never kippled!”, holds the world record for selling the most copies, at over 6 million.

  8. sallymargaret commented on Old Uncle Horace's book of Great Wisdom over 2 years ago

    April 23 2012, we celebrated the birthday of William Shakespeare, who taught us never to despair in our resolve to "Seak the Truth and Confront the Lie.”
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    If Will said it, you’re in good company!

  9. sallymargaret commented on Incidental Comics over 2 years ago

    If it wasn’t done on purpose for Ray Bradbury, it was divine intervention.

  10. sallymargaret commented on Luann over 2 years ago

    Laments for A Dying Language

    Coin brassy words at will, debase the coinage;
    We are in an if-you-cannot-lick-them-join age,
    A slovenliness provides its own excuse age,
    Where usage overnight condones misusage.
    Farewell, farewell to my beloved language,
    Once English, now a vile orangutanguage
    1962 Ogden Nash