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Working Daze by John Zakour and Scott Roberts

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  1. seldon913 commented on Herman 12 days ago

    Band-aid has pretty much the same thing: sterility guaranteed unless damaged or opened – no mention of how you find out without opening it.

  2. seldon913 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Do you remember Joe Piscopo? He got muscular in the late 80’s and actually got to be the main opponent for Chuck Norris in one movie.

  3. seldon913 commented on Drabble about 1 month ago

    Don’t forget OQTRU18.

  4. seldon913 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    She’s always been shown with guys, though there was one strip several years ago I remember where she said she got pulled over but never gets a ticket when she’s wearing the dress she had on. Someone asked what if the police officer is female and Carolina answered that she was.

  5. seldon913 commented on Basic Instructions about 1 month ago

    What Dr. Who? We got an anniversary episode and a Christmas episode, but so far I don’t think they’ve even given a date for when the new season will start.
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    @jmcx4
    Agreed, but Jenna Coleman blows Lucy away.

  6. seldon913 commented on Overboard about 1 month ago

    Is it just me, or does the appendage holding the ball not look like it’s connected at the shoulder?

  7. seldon913 commented on Basic Instructions about 1 month ago

    Pretty much how I answer when asked about Windows 8: I want my computer to be a desktop, not a tablet.

  8. seldon913 commented on Drabble about 1 month ago

    Your sister should have been providing the food in the first place.

  9. seldon913 commented on Working Daze 2 months ago

    Being in Chicago these days feels like being stationed on Hoth.

  10. seldon913 commented on Dilbert Classics 2 months ago

    I couldn’t find any online links to it, but there was an opera scene in the 1981 movie, “So Fine” where a couple brought their marital problems onstage and were singing their argument with nobody in the audience understanding a single word.