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  1. TheBoigDoke commented on Drabble over 1 year ago

    He should know better than to disturb somebody while they do their NCAA brackets.

  2. TheBoigDoke commented on La Cucaracha over 1 year ago

    In 1837, the Mandan tribe of the north plains was wiped out by smallpox. The disease was spread by hospital blankets which were meant to be burned but somehow ended up with the Mandan. Nobody is really sure why.

  3. TheBoigDoke commented on La Cucaracha almost 2 years ago


    I believe that, since it’s the cockroach talking, he means that cockroaches are the marginalized group.

  4. TheBoigDoke commented on Drabble almost 2 years ago

    Alice Kramden

  5. TheBoigDoke commented on Get Fuzzy almost 2 years ago

    It’s from The Threepenny Opera by Brecht & Weill.

    The original is ‘The Mortitat die Mackie Messer’.

    If it’s threatening in English, you should hear it in German.

  6. TheBoigDoke commented on La Cucaracha about 2 years ago


    He appears to be commenting on the fact that, despite horrendous rates of juvenile diabetes, the Governors of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana refuse to provide even a whisper of healthcare.

    Personally, I don’t care what happens to them.

    It’s like they say in everybody’s favorite holiday movie:

    “Every time a kid in Mississippi loses a foot to diabetes, an angel gets it’s wings.”


  7. TheBoigDoke commented on Drabble about 2 years ago

    Over the years, they’ve referenced the California Delta. Galt Burgers. Lodi.

  8. TheBoigDoke commented on La Cucaracha about 2 years ago

    Rita Moreno is an EGOT. There are only twelve official EGOTs in the world. She has been well-honored.

  9. TheBoigDoke commented on La Cucaracha about 2 years ago

    I would have thought that honoring Billy Joel would have been the controversy.

  10. TheBoigDoke commented on La Cucaracha about 2 years ago

    Plastic covers are not unknown in Irish homes either. It has something to do with the cost of re-upholstering balanced against a bounty of children.