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  1. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 20 days ago

    Still working on my battle with osteosarcoma, so you have a fellow chemo traveler with you here on the Endtown boards. Here’s hoping we both see each other through to the other side of this horrid mess! Good luck to you, JusSayin, and know you’re not alone.

  2. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown about 1 month ago

    (slow clap) Nice.

  3. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 3 months ago

    (claps) Perfect.

  4. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    As the little sister of a Nam Vet and the daughter of a beat cop, I know just how much can be experienced and not forgotten in those roles of life. You have this old paramedic at your back if you need it, but I suspect you don’t.

  5. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    It also could have happened when she dumped the box in front of Lyn.

  6. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 5 months ago

    And I appreciate that in him! :)

  7. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    I love that version. I raised my kids on Bob Rivers twisted Christmas carols. I think my youngest never learned the original words to any of the classic one. He only knows the twisted ones.

  8. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 9 months ago

    This just begs the question… how much of this is actually Holly and how much is the I that took over Jim. Has our favorite mouse actually lost her mind? Panel 4 says, “Oh hell NO!”

  9. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 10 months ago

    The only thing my brain keeps supplying is, “Incoming Plot Complication, Incoming Plot Complication…”

  10. Tekara GoComics Pro Member commented on Endtown 11 months ago

    That was me. I’m leaning more and more towards rogue mutts and a transponder of some sort in Clive. And you raise a good question on Petey, but that may have been the change… a transponder installed to keep brains from being taken when they’re still useful.