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  1. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 15 hours ago

    “Pharmaceutical marketer.” Hmmm… that sounds so much more respectable than that other term
     
    (I’m kidding! Seriously! It’s just a joke!)

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

    But… new shoes always come with the laces already on them, don’t they?

  3. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup 1 day ago

    But then the same would apply to Arnold and Evie… and to Wally and Joan…
     
    Everyone in the picture who is part of a couple is being more “intimate” with someone else than with their “mate”, yet you are singling out poor Phil.

  4. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 1 day ago

    Yup, right in the third panel!

  5. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover 1 day ago

    In the last two days, when the adventure started, Red’s pants were blue, not black.

  6. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Cul de Sac 3 days ago

    I really hope that mouse is of the computer kind!

  7. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 3 days ago

    This strip was originally published on October 6, 1986. And what was in people’s minds back then? “Terrorism is up and the economy is down”.
     
    Yet, a lot of people remember those times in a completely different way. 
     
    It will be interesting to see how these present years will be remembered 30 years from now.

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

    Joan and her new stepfather talk and have cold drinks while Wally plays badminton in the background. I hope for Wally’s sake that badminton is good substitute for intimacy.
     
    Evie and her daughter are arm in arm while Arnold has a cold drink with Joan. I hope for Arnold’s sake that cold drinks are a good substitute for intimacy.
     
    Dear @comicsssfan: Do you really expect Phil and Val to get intimate in the middle of an August afternoon, in front of her family?

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

    Actually, the problems leading to the Great Depression can’t be solely attributed to Hoover. Some things came from before, from the previous administration: Calvin Coolidge.
     
    Oh, what a coincidence. Another Republican.

  10. Strod GoComics Pro Member commented on The Fusco Brothers 4 days ago

    Without going into the extreme cases presented by Lance and my fellow commenters, yes Gloria, you can do better than that:
    Quadruplets: two boys and two girls, one of the pairs identical and the other fraternal.
     
    (Unfortunately you can’t have really identical boy-and-girl twins, cause that would be optimal.)