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  1. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on That is Priceless about 1 month ago

    Louis Ferdinand von Rayski – The Royal Saxon Forestry Inspector Carl Ludwig von Schönberg.

  2. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Ink Pen about 1 month ago

    He drinks cheap domestic beer from a martini glass? That’s not manly, that’s weird.

  3. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Candorville 4 months ago

    One thing’s for sure: his appendix han’t ruptured. He would be writhing on the ground screaming in pain, not just saying “ouch” and grousing about health care.

  4. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    I hate to mention it, but Rat can’t speak pirate. What he said means, “Stop, my friend!” That makes no sense in this context.

  5. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on B.C. 7 months ago

    The idea that juniors in high school need to work on problems such as “4+4=?” would be funny if it weren’t a daily reality across the country.

  6. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Ink Pen 8 months ago

    Dear cartoonist: Go look up the meaning of “cogent” and use it three times correctly in complete sentences. It does not mean what you think it means. Until you do this, we must consider you a threat to the education of the youth of the world and to the survival of the English language, unless you provide us with cogent evidence to the contrary.

  7. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Arlo and Janis 10 months ago

    “I hear footsteps.” “No, you hear shoes.” Same logic, just as stupid. “I hear talking.” “No, you hear vocal cords.” Same logic again, also just as stupid. There is no reason for such inane pedantry.

  8. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Tank McNamara 11 months ago

    Baseball is a game that requires the fans actually to understand it and pay attention. Unlike basketball, which primarily requires the fans to spend the whole game listening to very expensive shoes squeak, or hockey, which consists of watching people get paid to skate around waving sticks until a fight breaks out, or football, in which twelve sides of beef on each team collide violently over a.nd over again to little purpose, baseball is an exquisitely tuned balance of skill, power, finesse, mind and endurance that requires the fans to rise to the occasion rather than slumping back in mindless torpor. Let those of lower capacity sink to the level of those other so-called sports; the fans capable of appreciating baseball rightly treasure the one game that brings out the best in them.

  9. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Strange Brew about 1 year ago

    Nonsense. Of course he can depreciate the bat cave. It’s his principal place of business. It would even qualify for the home office deduction.

  10. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on B.C. about 1 year ago

    Definitely not a dilemma. That’s when you have to choose between two bad alternatives. This is a mystery, a conundrum, an enigma, or maybe a puzzlement, but not a dilemma.