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  1. WF11 commented on Working Daze 2 months ago

    Guys like Melvin can be good to have around: they make everyone else, even someone like Sal, look good!

  2. WF11 commented on Arlo and Janis 2 months ago

    I can’t put my finger on anything specific, but I think Gus is looking quite a bit older lately. Also, could only see some of the eclipse early on – too much fog here on the coast.

  3. WF11 commented on Working Daze 3 months ago

    I remember Rita’s daughters quite well (both appearing together around Christmas a few years back) and they seemed to be normal level-headed young women, but I must have missed Rita’s mother! Can someone give me a reference so I can go back and see? I think we’ve just seen the back of Rita’s ex’s head, if I’m not mistaken.

  4. WF11 commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    Just yesterday it occurred to me that I hadn’t seen any comments from Susan Newman in some time. I hope she will see our comments and know that we miss her!

  5. WF11 commented on Drabble 4 months ago

    Oops, I meant “passed”, not “past” in my fourth line.

  6. WF11 commented on Drabble 4 months ago

    Forgive my ignorance, as I don’t follow sports much anymore, but is this some unwritten rule or courtesy to the home team that one isn’t supposed to keep the balls (home run balls anyway) hit by the other team? If so, that sucks! Also, after all this time has past, wouldn’t an extra ball on the field – even if it is the far outfield – be some sort of hazard or violation, requiring that the game be stopped? Not much different than when jerks throw beer cans or other debris onto the field.

  7. WF11 commented on Stone Soup 4 months ago

    The best one I ever heard is something like “if you’re wrong, admit it; and if you’re right, keep your mouth shut”. I learned Wally’s advice from my father and grandfather long ago, so it’s been around for a while. No offense is intended by any of these, it’s just the way things are.

    Also, I’m very glad it is resolved that the family (at least most of them) had met Arnold before. It was never quite clear to me from the earlier references, but I believe it is now settled once and for all.

  8. WF11 commented on Stone Soup 5 months 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.

  9. WF11 commented on Grand Avenue 5 months 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!).

  10. WF11 commented on Stone Soup 5 months 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!