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  1. rkoch commented on Ordinary Bill 9 months ago

    I agree. New strips would be great.

  2. rkoch commented on Frazz 9 months ago

    Jef Mallet and I both live in central Michigan where there are way too many deer. Car/deer accidents are a real problem, as I know too well. In Southern Michigan you need a shotgun for the reason sited above and hunting is a lot of sitting but then they have to drag the carcass out after field dressing it. Many heart attacks among older or out of shape hunters happen after the shot, especially if it’s not a clean kill and there’s snow to wade through as they track it.

  3. rkoch commented on Arlo and Janis 9 months ago

    I agree, Observer fo Irony! There are several women in the office where I worked that bathe in the stuff. It was truly obnoxious.

  4. rkoch commented on Ollie and Quentin 10 months ago

    He’ll get the bill later. Old joke. Had to be said

  5. rkoch commented on Pearls Before Swine 11 months ago

    The Onion ran a story some years ago about the Ham-murderer with his signature catch-phrase “stabble, stabble, stabble”.

  6. rkoch commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 year ago

    I found that turning 60 was like being dead. Everyone made a big deal about it but when I got there it wasn’t so bad.

  7. rkoch commented on Stone Soup about 1 year ago

    Well said.

  8. rkoch commented on Sarah's Scribbles about 1 year ago

    I was referring to the top panel of pictures, specifically the 2nd from the right. I don’t care about the monster turning into a topless woman.

  9. rkoch commented on Sarah's Scribbles about 1 year ago

    @annette143

    No one’s complaining about the initial animation. Don’t sucker us into pornography especially with young girls in it.

  10. rkoch commented on Arlo and Janis over 2 years ago

    Check out the Detroit Free Press site. There’s an article about a 134 year old fruit cake.