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Alley Oop by Jack and Carole Bender

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  1. SaskSledDog commented on Peanuts about 23 hours ago

    Here in Saskatchewan we’d usually start the day after Labour Day and finish the last week of June. Ten days or so at Christmas and a week at Easter, plus statutory holidays. There was also the annual teacher’s convention which gave us either three days or a week off. What we didn’t have were snow days (I think in my entire school career we may have had one day where it was too blizzardy to go tot school) and no days when it was too cold, even at -40 C. Of course that might have been because at the time our schools weren’t dependent on school busses – we walked to school regardless of the weather, and we were tougher than a lot of cars in that sort of weather. The only unforeseen events that might have stopped us were the occasional power outage. If it went on too long they’d cancel school for the day.

  2. SaskSledDog commented on Peanuts 1 day ago

    Not as bad as the one where you get to school and have to write an exam that you haven’t studied for. Sometimes naked.

  3. SaskSledDog commented on Get Fuzzy 1 day ago

    Satchel might want to emulate Andrew Jackson (who was very wrong btw) and state that “the Supreme Cat has made its decision, now let it enforce it.” (Let me just state again: Jackson was wrong.)

  4. SaskSledDog commented on Get Fuzzy 4 days ago

    That’s why they used to make tiny sunglasses for chickens with red lenses. Chickens will attack other chickens if they see blood (sort of like sharks) but the red lenses kept them from seeing the red blood. True story!

  5. SaskSledDog commented on Gasoline Alley 7 days ago

    4. regenerate like every good Time Lord.

  6. SaskSledDog commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    I guess they don’t want to be around a hot dog when they’re having hot dogs.

  7. SaskSledDog commented on Dick Tracy 9 days ago

    Why not just transition from programming to infomercials like every TV station in North America does. Either that or radical right wing talk radio.

  8. SaskSledDog commented on Peanuts Begins 9 days ago

    We have that today too. It’s called “Paintball”.

  9. SaskSledDog commented on Peanuts 9 days ago

    Today you have organization that do this for you (I’m Canadian; regulations here are sane enough that I’m enjoying the first season of “Game Of Thrones” on broadcast TV – uncensored). Groups like the Parents Television Council work hard at deciding what is “safe” to watch, and because they care for you they not only go after shows that contain bad words and the vaguestsuspicion of nudity but they complain to the FCC about anything that offends them. And that’s just about everything.

  10. SaskSledDog commented on Get Fuzzy 9 days ago

    ‘How about a case of salmonella?’

    “That would be fine. And don’t call me Ella.”