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  1. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Garfield about 1 year ago

    I am 86 yrs and I still dip a finger in the jar as I pass it by.
    Yes, it has been available for a long time. Like the Incas had it.

  2. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Agnes about 1 year ago

    A big AMEN!

  3. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Zen Pencils almost 2 years ago

    As an example of how a real artist understands what knowledge is needed to portray beauty, always read Liberty Meadows in GoComics.. Frank Cho understands the inside of living entities better than most “science” instructors ever will..

  4. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Zen Pencils about 2 years ago

    I am 85 years young and I have out lived all my teachers, but I have not lost the memories of their teaching, who by the way were also my parents who prepared me and my sisters for the lives we have enjoyed. They were not “teachers” they just lived as an example of what they too believed and expected of us. “Be responsible”. “Be curious” and ask “Why”. “.Ask it of yourself first”. Our children and their children also know this as normal in their lives.
    My favorite quote is: Genius may not be an option, but remaining ignorant is your choice". (anon)

  5. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Stuart Carlson about 2 years ago

    Genius may not be an option, but remaining ignorant is your choice.

  6. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Boomerangs about 2 years ago

    I wonder what nongender specific word for the exclusive lady parts. And or specific Gents parts?

  7. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Zen Pencils over 2 years ago

    Did not Go Comics change hands a short time ago?
    Well they blew it!
    They have doubled the cost and halved their competence.

  8. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause over 4 years ago

    The third frame from the left has the lady, from the shoulders up, off set slightly.
    This gives the opportunity to see a 3D effect when crossing your eyes and over lapping the adjacent frame.

    This technique is as simple a method as possible to view 3D that there is. Too bad it does not cost an arm and a leg, and a special TV and special glasses. Then it might be more desirable to todays public.

    73 yrs ago, when I was 10, I took 3d pairs, with my Box Camera, by just taking two pix of the same scene. I took the first pic then moving the camera for the second picture of the same scene about 5 inches to the side of the first pic.

  9. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 6 years ago

    Hey Teresa, How did you accomplish the cross eye 3D effect? I’m interested.

  10. dhleaky GoComics Pro Member commented on John Deering over 6 years ago

    Hey, scottfreitasGenius, your intellect and intelligence is exceeded only by your excellent wit. Geesh!