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  1. Sieffert commented on Ink Pen about 1 month ago

    And that’s how a “super-hero” discovers he has a new power.

  2. Sieffert commented on Calvin and Hobbes 8 months ago

    Yes, Calvin WILL be wildly successful. With his creativity, imagination and insight into the human condition – he can’t lose!

  3. Sieffert commented on Ink Pen 9 months ago

    It’s very hard to judge when to bottle mead, as every bee hive is different, and makes its honey from different plants. So every batch of honey contains a different amount of fermentable sugars.

  4. Sieffert commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 months ago

    In “Tarzan of the Apes” Tarzan never saw a human being until he was an adult (20 years old I think) when a native tribe moved into the area. The first human he ever saw had just killed Tarzan’s adoptive ape mother. When Tarzan killed the man and took all his adornments, he put them all on as trophies of his kill. That included his first loincloth.

  5. Sieffert commented on Ink Pen 11 months ago

    Wonderella doesn’t fly – just jumps “hella high”.

  6. Sieffert commented on Ink Pen 11 months ago

    Ya know what PMS is?………..
    It’s the time of the month when a woman acts the way men do all the time.

  7. Sieffert commented on Calvin and Hobbes 11 months ago

    Notice, it’s Hobbes who looks for traffic, as they cross the street.

  8. Sieffert commented on Calvin and Hobbes 12 months ago

    Thank Zeus for Hobbes!

  9. Sieffert commented on Ink Pen 12 months ago

    A fight would just prove who was the better fighter, not who was stronger.
    Why not a non-violent weight lifting contest. That way you can even find out who has the strongest arms, legs, back, etc.

  10. Sieffert commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 year ago

    You have a very strange and erroneous idea about the morals and beliefs of atheists. Not believing that there is Someone-In-Charge is NOT the same as not believing in morals, ethics or society’s rules of behavior.

    There are atheists who live very moral lives and there are those who do not, just like all the people who espouse various brands of religious superstition.

    The difference is that the atheists who do live upright and constructive lives do not do it because of the bribes and threats (heaven and hell) of an imaginary being who will SMITE them if they don’t.

    They do it because they want to be good people and they decide for themselves what being a decent human being consists of. They don’t take orders from other imperfect human beings who claim to know the mind of The Creator of the Universe.