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  1. WF11 commented on Stone Soup 3 days ago

    Thanks to all for the references to past strips, regarding the family’s meeting (or not meeting) Arnold before. My question is, I can’t really tell if Val and Phil actually meet Arnold (on dinner date with Evie) at the restauant – so did they meet (February 23 and 24, 2007 strips)? On top of this, Arnold was in town! I thought he was always on some project overseas.

  2. WF11 commented on Grand Avenue 5 days ago

    Kids being bored over summer vacation is a common theme, but I sure don’t remember ever being bored during the summer when I was in school (in the 1960’s)! I loved it and felt like I was having a great time every day. – and I always knew that that dreaded first day of school (always the first day after Labor Day) would come soon enough (too soon, as did those much hated ads for "Back to School sales!).

  3. WF11 commented on Stone Soup 5 days ago

    I cannot remember the family ever meeting Arnold, so I think that is the big problem they are having. All I recall is Phil looking at a photo of Arnold and recalling that they may have gone to school together, although Arnold was several years older than Phil (and Phil is a few years older than Val, not to mention that Arnold is a bit younger than Evie, so the age sequence makes sense). Anyone have the reference for the family meeting Arnold? – I’d like to see it. And yes, Evie is an adult and it is her business, but she really should have told her family first (like an adult child should tell his/her parents – common courtesy if nothing else) – especially if they hadn’t met the new spouse!

  4. WF11 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    I am afraid that Jay is going to be the fall guy and get all of the blame for Andromeda’s actions, once everything and everyone is back to normal. By the way, I also really enjoyed the appearance on 6/17/2014 of “Maria” (or someone who is a spitting image of her) as young Carolina. Maybe that will (should) stop all the speculation that Maria is just a child version of Rita? Grown up Maria on 6/9/2014 is very pretty!

  5. WF11 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Dana, Sue, and Carolina look fine as ~12 year olds. I notice that Sue has the obligatory green as a hair band now. I’ll be sorry (at least a little bit) to see them all grown up and back to their normal selves. On another note, I’m sure that all of the regular readers are well aware that Rita has two college age / early 20’s daughters (who seemed to be quite sensible – of course that is very often the case).

  6. WF11 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Thank you for the reminder. I very much enjoyed the 8/6/2012 and 8/7/2012 strips. Mrs. Jenson’s old ID photo must be from about 1964. After hers, I like Sue’s old photo the best – she is very pretty despite the scowl (I wish Sue could be happier!).

  7. WF11 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    Of course, Mrs. Jenson! Finally a character who (probably) wouldn’t mind being magically made 20 or 30 or more years younger (unless she was just ornery at any age and likes it that way). That would be an interesting temporary transformation: perhaps others would like to see it too (note to JZ and TSR).

  8. WF11 commented on Working Daze about 1 month ago

    I was waiting for Sue to show up (she’s my favorite female character). I notice she has what appear to be green ribbons in her hair, instead of her usual green earrings which the adult Sue always wears! She’s always very distinctive… Interesting look as an approx. ten year old: freckles and especially with the braces, an unfortunate feature common to that age group (yeah, me too for a while).

  9. WF11 commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    Actually this is an excellent strip – very good commentary on our media and its readers. Anyone who reads Huffington Post would understand and agree immediately, and hopefully laugh at themselves (as did I, who has also been “baited” a few times). I’m 61 (entered college Fall 1970, same time as Mike and friends), so I don’t think this is a generational thing. BTW, HuffPo is international: are the cheap tricks reserved just for us less sophisticated Americans (serious question)?

  10. WF11 commented on Drabble 3 months ago

    Actually they’re both wrong. Peanut butter goes on both pieces of bread, and the jelly goes between them. That way there is no top or bottom to the sandwich, and the jelly doesn’t soak into one of the bread slices (better for if you are packing a lunch and won’t be eating the sandwich for several hours).