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  1. Jim Guess commented on Shirley and Son Classics about 17 hours ago

    If Dwayne would just grow up, maybe they could get back together. Shirley doesn’t like having to raise two children …

  2. Jim Guess commented on Over the Hedge about 18 hours ago

    Scraping around the bottom of the barrel today, aren’t we, Lewis and Fry?

  3. Jim Guess commented on Frank & Ernest about 18 hours ago

    … and they have wifi on top of a mountain?

  4. Jim Guess commented on Arlo and Janis 2 days ago

    Not an Albatross. The Albatross has short legs and their beaks aren’t that long.
    Not a Great Blue Heron. Wrong color.
    Not an Egret. Egrets don’t have black on their head and their beaks are longer.
    I am going with Army_Nurse and Bob. It is closer to a stork, but the beak is not quite long enough or thick enough. Still, it is quite good and very close to a stork.

  5. Jim Guess commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    … or flag them …

  6. Jim Guess commented on Andy Capp 3 days ago

    … and it is spelled ‘verruca’ and it is a wart.

  7. Jim Guess commented on Stone Soup 4 days ago

    snarkm is right. Turn the $#^%#$^#$ thing OFF!
    lightenup is wrong. An email will work just fine and they will see it in the morning there. In an ‘emergency’, what could they do from South Africa?

  8. Jim Guess commented on PreTeena 4 days ago

    Allison Barrows is the crazy one. Both strawberry-rhubarb pie and carrot cake are awesome and delicious!

    OK, Allison, what is your problem? Kids love pie and cake!

  9. Jim Guess commented on The Other Coast 4 days ago

    That is ‘threshes’, not ‘thrushes’. RichardEl gave you the clue. Thrushes are birds. Threshes are the leftover stalks after threshing the wheat.

    That is where we get the name ‘threshold’. In medieval England it was a board about a foot wide that crossed the bottom of the door opening. ‘Step over the threshold’ has meaning. The threshold held the straw on the floor in the house.

  10. Jim Guess commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    … and, if you look close, the track ends in a few hundred feet …