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  1. M Mackenzie commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 3 days ago

    I’m offended only by people insisting that I view the world as they do. My message to them is KMFHA.

  2. M Mackenzie commented on The Argyle Sweater 9 days ago

    Let’s see, a small-time cartoonist with limited skills ridicules the late Orson Welles, a breathtakingly successful and brilliant American actor, director, writer, and producer by mocking him in the lowest possible manner, name calling, for the purpose I suppose of getting a cheap laughs. Who is going to be your next target Hilburn, the handicapped, elderly, orphans maybe, or are you going to stick with the deceased? After all they can’t defend themselves. I suppose that I will never know because I’ll never look at another “The Argyle Sweater.”

  3. M Mackenzie commented on Pickles 13 days ago

    Duh—no power is consumed to cool the contents of a drawer or cabinet.

  4. M Mackenzie commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 20 days ago

    If the convicts in prison were smart they wouldn’t be there in the first place.

  5. M Mackenzie commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 21 days ago

    Perfect!

  6. M Mackenzie commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 21 days ago

    Smart dog Tucker. A handful of not-so-smart readers will almost certainly try eating grass to calm their upset stomachs, get sick, and sue the Mastroiannis. Tis the nature of the average moron.

  7. M Mackenzie commented on Pickles 23 days ago

    A narcissistic act of self-abuse.

  8. M Mackenzie commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    Teddy was an avid sport hunter of big and small game, and he was worried about violence in football? What a hypocrite.

  9. M Mackenzie commented on Glasbergen Cartoons about 1 month ago

    Think about it you dipstick.

  10. M Mackenzie commented on The Elderberries about 1 month ago

    So much for scholarly integrity.