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B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart

B.C.

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  1. Johnny Potseed commented on Working Daze about 10 hours ago

    They look cute.
    And they use single beds, with the tablets between them.
    I suppose, that’s the geek love.

  2. Johnny Potseed commented on Working Daze about 12 hours ago

    The critics are not too enthusiastic about the movie.
    They call it a battle of material, packed with errors.
    But don’t tell this to Roy,unless yo want to see him passing out.
    BTW, where’s the porta-potty?

  3. Johnny Potseed commented on Thatababy 3 months ago

    That’s why I insist that the lady, who’s with me, wears a shirt written »sister« on it.

  4. Johnny Potseed commented on Aunty Acid 3 months ago

    Aunty Acid, my kind o’lady.

  5. Johnny Potseed commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 months ago

    Then, I had long disputes with members of various religions.
    Now, I just say: »First, you proof, that your so-called God exists, then we’ll talk about the details.«
    Which usually makes them upset (He wants a proof’? How can he dare? No need for a proof!) and the dispute is over.

  6. Johnny Potseed commented on Get Fuzzy 3 months ago

    With buddies like Bucky and Satchel, shouldn’t the fridge be locked like a vault?

  7. Johnny Potseed commented on Working Daze 3 months ago

    Doesn’t Jay have a girlfriend with superpowers now?
    Where is she?
    Still upset about the »charging-lying«-joke?

  8. Johnny Potseed commented on Viivi & Wagner 3 months ago

    Wagner as chivalrous as usual …

  9. Johnny Potseed commented on Buni 3 months ago

    Kinda sorta acid trip …

  10. Johnny Potseed commented on Non Sequitur 4 months ago

    Although the strip is meant to be funny, it has a sad background:
    To a large extent, relationship has become a playground, an experimental ground.
    People have »temporary live companions« now.
    But if a relationship inherently has to end, if your partner inevitable will leave you, why start the thing?
    But I admit that there’s an advantage : If you can meet many people and try some sort of relationship many times, there’s a pretty good likelihood that you won’t waste time with the wrong person.