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  1. djc928 commented on For Better or For Worse 4 days ago

    Once upon a time, we didn’t worry about salmonella in eggs. Hens weren’t crammed into teeny tiny cages with no room to move. Mice, carrying the salmonella, didn’t run rampant over the laid eggs cause momma was sitting on them. A whole ’nother world. than today.

  2. djc928 commented on Broom Hilda 5 days ago

    I’ve used plain sugar water successfully for years. It is what’s recommended. No dyes.
    Also, the water needs to be changed every couple days so that bacteria can’t build up. Don’t just fill the feeder and wait until it’s all gone before refilling.

    And never use honey or other sugar alternatives.

  3. djc928 commented on Wizard of Id 15 days ago


    Nab’s number off by a factor of 10 – actually 10,000 cases

  4. djc928 commented on Pearls Before Swine 25 days ago

    The only reference to India banning tattoos is that they banned the movie “Girl with a Dragon Tattoo” because of inappropriate content (sex and torture).

  5. djc928 commented on The Born Loser about 1 month ago

    And that’s what they’ll be again next week.

  6. djc928 commented on The Middletons about 1 month ago

    Grandfather clocks are taller – 6-8’ – and are pendulum driven. Grandmother clocks are shorter and spring driven.
    And who knew? There are granddaughter clocks that are smaller yet and grandson clocks are a modern design without the big wood case.

  7. djc928 commented on The Buckets about 1 month ago

    Most people leave out the first H!

  8. djc928 commented on Peanuts 2 months ago

    power knob also had volume control in the good old days!

  9. djc928 commented on Ballard Street 3 months ago

    Could he have posted yesterday’s New Adventures with Queen Victoria? Pab did exactly that. Je suis Charlie Brown – with half of CB’s head showing in the last panel.

  10. djc928 commented on Peanuts 3 months ago

    Gee – that’s the whole point. You have to use your imagination.