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  1. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Peanuts 7 months ago

    Actually, no one edited or changed the original Sunday cartoon. Luke 2:14 – “Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests.” I am just sure the network used a more inclusive note for the tv show. But the reality is that is what the Bible reads.

  2. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on FoxTrot 7 months ago

    No more than rocks look like here with shadows on them. We just don’t look at a lot of satellite or rover pictures of Earth rocks. And, of course, our rocks have had a lot of water erosion on them to smooth out the roughest spots.

  3. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Pearls Before Swine 8 months ago

    Already broken a long time ago. The good news is that most people don’t torrent everything and you will still get paid. But the reality is they just aren’t going to charge as much in the future and authors aren’t going to make quite as much. Maybe it isn’t “fair” but it is the way of the market.

  4. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Get Fuzzy 8 months ago

    Bucky forgot to check 6!

  5. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 months ago

    Nor do they talk in real life. But since it is a cartoon, who really cares if they interact? It just isn’t important to be that picky about a comic strop for crying out loud.

  6. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Arlo and Janis 10 months ago

    And their usual argument when presented with facts is to blame it on someone being “in on it” or “bought off”. :)

  7. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Wizard of Id 10 months ago

    Always the lunatic fringe with moronic comments with absolutely zero verifiable proof of their claims.

  8. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 months ago

    You are so right. Just go with joke and not worry about how “perfect” the model is.

  9. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 months ago

    You are so right. Just go with joke and not worry about how “perfect” the model is.

  10. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Get Fuzzy 11 months ago

    Yes, it is the 1100’s. But an excellent read.