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  1. longzoo commented on Liberty Meadows 3 months ago

    you say rampant flatulence like it is a bad thing…LOL

  2. longzoo commented on Liberty Meadows 3 months ago

    this reminds me of a funny story. I have a friend who called his girl to bail him out of local lockup. She showed up drunk to bail him and guess what?!? they got matching DUI’s….LOL

  3. longzoo commented on Liberty Meadows 4 months ago

    giggity!

  4. longzoo commented on Liberty Meadows 4 months ago

    i can’t believe Dean wasn’t strapped to it!

  5. longzoo commented on Liberty Meadows 4 months ago

    Most wasabi you buy in America is horseradish with green food coloring…so if you had horseradish you have tasted what most people call wasabi.

  6. longzoo commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 4 months ago

    the label scribble is a goat…there is some neat history with Bully Hill winery. I was on a tour there many years ago while camping in the Grand Canyon of PA (Wellsboro). this link gives a quick background but there is much more interesting in regard to Walter Taylor…
    Bully Hill

    Wiki

  7. longzoo commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 5 months ago

    I don’t, by any means, have an answer but i do have an opinion ;o) I thought it was the lost side (like hidden) of the mundane day to day suburbia. The place where weird stuff happens but no one really notices because it is out of the normal day to day grind. Just my 2 cents worth ;)

  8. longzoo commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 5 months ago

    i just love Ava’s expression in the last panel. She could have still been menacing after the top panel but after striking a pose like that second one she can never be viewed as anything but slapstick ;-)

  9. longzoo commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 5 months ago

    I have heard of snakes eating alligators! I doubt it will turn tail that quickly from a orck that is barely larger than a mouse ;)

  10. longzoo commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 5 months ago

    I second that possibility. I could see mercy being in Isa’s repertoire.