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  1. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on One Big Happy about 16 hours ago

    That was probably from the Choose Your Own Adventure series.

  2. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets about 17 hours ago

    Miss Whatshername looks like she could be Sheila’s older sister or aunt. I bet that wasn’t intentional but it could certainly work.

  3. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    “Copying from one source is plagiarism. Copying from many, is research.”

  4. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup 4 days ago

    Yet, when a boy wants to buy his clothes in the girls department, it suddenly becomes a huge issue…

  5. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover 4 days ago

    I thought cowlicks were at the front of the head?

    That depends on where the cows was in respect to your head…

  6. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 4 days ago

    Blame Canada…

    Linking to the South Park movie may not be appropriate here, so let’s link to Robin Williams at the Academy Awards of 2000:

  7. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 days ago

    MayKitten, pray tell me what PITA stands for…(?)

    Pita is a delicious hollow unleavened bread from the Middle East, fantastic for sandwiches such as the gyro.
     
    In this context, though, it probably stands for People for the Ingestion of Tasty Animals.

  8. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 6 days ago

     
    Meteoroid, Meteor, Meteorite.
    As @dukedoug said, Oliver is using the correct term for what he is observing.

  9. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on One Big Happy 6 days ago

    @Arye Uygur
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    In Xinjiang: Daughters-in-law address their fathers-in-law as “Dad”? Fascinating!

  10. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Adam@Home 7 days ago

    Good Lord! You are right! The original Japanese series is from 1975, almost 40 years ago! (But based on a book from 1912).
     
    I was referring to the Latin American Spanish dubbing, which appeared almost ten years later.