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Barney & Clyde by Gene Weingarten, Dan Weingarten & David Clark

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  1. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Danziger about 1 month ago

    SMhahaha1 is an uneducated male. You can see that not only from the content of his comment, but also from the fact that he doesn’t know what an apostrophe is for.

  2. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    Do you sit up all night thinking of these puns?

  3. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde 4 months ago

    Her answer is off by 1, because there was no year zero. For example, 1 AD is one year after 1 BC, not two years after.
    Or in modern notation, 1 CE and 1 BCE.

    I notice she gave instructions to “add” rather than to “subtract a negative number”. Many of my college calculus students cannot solve a word problem, “Something happened 4568 years ago. What was the date of that something?” (not even worrying about year zero here, within ten years would be fine).

  4. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 months ago

    Where’s the final frame where the characters
    complain to Pastis about the terrible pun?

  5. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Mr. Lowe 8 months ago

    He meant “nautical miles”, I’m sure.

  6. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 10 months ago

    Please don’t let Farley die again. I haven’t recovered yet from the trauma of his first death!

  7. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Sylvia 10 months ago

    That’s the first time we ever saw Ralph! Usually he’s just talked about.

  8. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Sylvia 11 months ago

    That’s not a haiku! It doesn’t have 17 syllables. Nice images but you need to get 17 syllables.

  9. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 12 months ago

    You should give credit to his co-author, a history professor who did check the facts pretty carefully and probably put in most of the work on the book, leaving only the “style” for O’Reilly to fill in. The first commenter is off the mark: “Killing Patton” is historically accurate. That’s why it actually has only three or four pages about the alleged conspiracy to kill him. They say at that point, “We’re not conspiracy theorists”
    and since there’s very little evidence for a conspiracy it only takes three pages to give it all.

  10. Michael Beeson GoComics Pro Member commented on Cathy about 1 year ago

    Dear Cathy,

    I would have like to see your rendering of the carriage, ballroom, orchestra, and throne!