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  1. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse 4 months ago

    Mike H, sorry your question has gone so long unanswered … But yes, we are here (virtually)

  2. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse 4 months ago

    I hope not. I’m not ready yet!

  3. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse 4 months ago

    Back! I’m not sure where we went, but we’re back …

  4. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse 4 months ago

    LOL

  5. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse 4 months ago

    Thank you!

  6. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse about 2 years ago

    Hehe, good point

  7. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse about 2 years ago

    Hi, yes, sorry, we need to update the bio. We’ve broadened our remit to include other parts of life than neurotic carrots … Though I’m sure will crop up now and again …

  8. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse almost 3 years ago

    … a whole other kettle of ball games

  9. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse almost 3 years ago

    Yeah, interesting. I just had a peep at Wiki, which says: "In the United States, the phrase “What’s that got to do with the price of eggs?” has been in use since the 1920s.3 The variance “of tea in China” seems to date from the 1940s and may be influenced by the idiom All the Tea in China.3 The British equivalent is “What’s that got to do with the price of fish?”3 or “What’s that got to do with the price of meat?”. A Scottish variation is “What’s that got to do with the price of cheese?”, and a Northern Irish variation is “What’s that got to do with the price of a sausage?”."

  10. Pascal Wyse GoComics Pro Member commented on Berger & Wyse almost 3 years ago

    Thank you!