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  1. M Mackenzie commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 7 days ago

    What Sisyphos and OldestandWisest said ^

  2. M Mackenzie commented on WuMo 11 days ago

    The difference between being single and free and being attached and forced to worry about your browser history.

  3. M Mackenzie commented on Pickles 11 days ago

    If you want to stretch out Earl lie on the floor or go to bed.

  4. M Mackenzie commented on Lug Nuts 15 days ago

    Consider yourself lucky Brad. Brenda needs to date doctors to get free meds for the herpes she picked up from having so many partners.

  5. M Mackenzie commented on The Other Coast 19 days ago

    In a house with a dog you’d better catch it in mid-air.

  6. M Mackenzie commented on Cornered 19 days ago

    And the only thing worse than people who dig elevator music is being stuck on the elevator with one of them.

  7. M Mackenzie commented on The Flying McCoys 23 days ago

    C’mon you guys whaddya want, correct grammar or funny pictures? The McCoy boys are cartoonists, not grammarians.

  8. M Mackenzie commented on Rubes 24 days ago

    Some right wing clowns just have to inject politics into everything, no matter how inappropriate. They think they’re clever, but the reality is they’re just boring and childish.

  9. M Mackenzie commented on The Flying McCoys 24 days ago

    Does dad sound bitter at all?

  10. M Mackenzie commented on The Bent Pinky 24 days ago

    All you rednecks should know that some dangers come with eating wild rabbit, squirrel, and other rodent meat. Wild rabbits and squirrels often ingest tapeworm eggs. The eggs hatch inside the animal and the larvae migrate to all parts of the animal’s tissue. If eaten in this infected state the disease is passed onto humans. Other parasites can also be present in the meat of rabbits and squirrels, or in the meat of any other wild animal as well. A common disease in rabbits is called tularemia. It can be passed onto humans if the rabbit is not cooked properly. The disease is most often passed onto humans when the animal is butchered without gloves, a common practice. Squirrels carry prions, which are infectious particles in their bones and brain. Prions are similar to the infection that causes mad cow disease. Bon appetite Billy Bob.