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  1. WF11 commented on Working Daze 9 days ago

    Rita looks very nice with her hair a little bit longer here (I’m not suggesting that she grow it any longer, however, or go back to the ponytail!). If it isn’t her longer hair, maybe the “grandmother gene” is kicking in, or something like that. Rita and Dana both look good wearing the overcoats / topcoats / trench coats); as with blazers, I think all women look good in them.

  2. WF11 commented on Arlo and Janis 13 days ago

    comicsssfan beat me to it re: mentioning the sailboat. I love the strip but I sure wish we’d find out what’s up with the boat! I recall that Gene got it all refurbished and almost good as new before A&J took possession of it. I hate to think of it still sitting at the dock, neglected and deteriorating. After all, wasn’t a sailboat (and sailing away on it) always one of Arlo’s most cherished fantasies?

  3. WF11 commented on Doonesbury 13 days ago

    I find these a lot of fun since Mike and I were both Freshman at the same time, starting college in 1970 (and I was following the strip fairly closely then too). However I was finished with undergraduate and graduate school by 1976, so Mike has been “cartoon aging” all along. I’m 62 now and a new grandfather, but I get the feeling that I passed up Mike and friends in age some time ago.

  4. WF11 commented on Working Daze 16 days ago

    My brief confusion between Rita and Lucy (hairstyle being the most obvious feature) was definitely intended as a compliment! Considering Rita’s age and professional status, I think that her current hairstyle is more suitable than the previous longer styles.

  5. WF11 commented on Working Daze 16 days ago

    I thought the “history” was absolutely inspired. The WWII-era “Milton Caniff/Terry and the Pirates” style was my favorite.

  6. WF11 commented on Working Daze 16 days ago

    If I recall correctly, Charlie Brown’s father was a barber. Maybe in some roundabout way CB’s hairstyle and father’s occupation are related. I had always figured him as blond like Sally, but with very closely cropped hair. Better to identify him as “the round headed kid” that way.

  7. WF11 commented on Working Daze 17 days ago

    I loved the whole “history of Working Daze” series, and I am very happy to see this sort of thing continuing!
    I recall one “Peanuts” take off before (were there more?). Both initially fooled me into thinking I had accidentally clicked on “Peanuts”. My very first thought was “Wow, I hadn’t realized that Rita looks so much like Lucy (or vice versa) – TSR must have copied Charles Schultz when he designed her!”.
    Have Calvin and Hobbs shown up here? I only remember seeing them meeting Maria.

  8. WF11 commented on Working Daze 25 days ago

    Since we are talking about Sue, I would like to add that I find her particularly fascinating for some reason. She seems very lonely but at the same time has a rather negative attitude towards men. She must have been treated poorly at some time in her past, or has had very bad luck (like being pestered into going out with Melvin).

  9. WF11 commented on Working Daze 25 days ago

    When in doubt, remember that Sue is distinctive in that she is always wearing green earrings (even when she was a cat a few weeks back). This of course assumes the strip is being read in color!

  10. WF11 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Mrs. Jenson’s teapot and cup look like they have the Blue Willow design. This timeless classic has always been one of my favorites. I think the doily makes for a very nice addition too.

    I love Ed’s “Monkees” knit cap too. Wasn’t it Mike Naismith who always wore one?