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Shoecabbage by Teresa Burritt and David Stanford

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  1. M Mackenzie commented on Poptropica 5 days ago

    Yeah, but she’s green.

  2. M Mackenzie commented on Poptropica 12 days ago

    Fine Jorge, get your own stinking water.

  3. M Mackenzie commented on WuMo 15 days ago

    So-called speed dating is its own reward.

  4. M Mackenzie commented on The City 18 days ago

    Seems to me that Ginsberg was associated more with the Beat Generation and the fifties than he was with hippies and the sixties, although I suppose there is no sharp line between the two eras. Still when I think of him I think of North Beach coffee shops, City Lights Bookstore, poetry readings, and stuff like that, not peace-love-dope, rainbows, and flower children. Maybe that’s just me. Still a great comic, and I shared with my friends.

  5. M Mackenzie commented on Monty 22 days ago

    Predictable.

  6. M Mackenzie commented on Mike du Jour 22 days ago

    Perfect!

  7. M Mackenzie commented on B.C. about 1 month ago

    No woman’s affection is worth risking your life to win. Another one is always waiting around the next corner.

  8. M Mackenzie commented on Close to Home about 1 month ago

    When you really need a plumber they truly are angels.

  9. M Mackenzie commented on Monty about 1 month ago

    @A Common ’tater: You were right about the “s” at the end of raison, but there clearly is a “tra” at the end of être in the audio.

  10. M Mackenzie commented on Dilbert Classics about 1 month ago

    I spent the majority of my career working as a technical writer and editor for Silicon Valley companies. There was so little company loyalty among most employees in non-management positions that practically any of them would sell out in a heartbeat for that kind of dough.