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  1. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury 4 days ago

    …though the sign language interpreter at Mr. Mandela’s funeral comes to mind.

  2. missanyssa commented on B.C. 10 days ago

    the eternal question is asked: Do you wear briefs or boxers?

  3. missanyssa commented on For Better or For Worse 12 days ago

    These are all old strips so referring to Phil being a “dip” was a just a joke between Elly and Georgia. I remember “dip” being used as a derogatory against another person.

    Glad to see the correct full spelling of “Bar-B-Q” Too many people spell it “barbeque” which is wrong.

  4. missanyssa commented on B.C. 16 days ago

    I just like to hear the words and have the words make sense- as long as the music’s not too loud. Rapping or talking during songs was way before in spirituals and blues. Also, “Big Bad John” preceded “Ringo”

  5. missanyssa commented on B.C. 21 days ago

    not where I expected to find out but thanks!

  6. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury 23 days ago

    But the bicyclists are just as reckless: no signals, riding on wrong side of road, running red lights, etc. Cyclists are cyclists. Mike uses the correct word: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/cyclist
    World English Dictionary
    cyclist or ( US ) cycler (ˈsaɪklɪst)
    — n a person who rides or travels by bicycle, motorcycle, etc"

  7. missanyssa commented on B.C. about 1 month ago

    You can slither but you can’t hide!

  8. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    If you meant put him ON the editorial page, I would agree. I remember always reading it in the comic section and then having to hunt for it on the editorial page.

  9. missanyssa commented on B.C. about 1 month ago

    coulda, shoulds, woulda!

  10. missanyssa commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    I remember reading this series originally and a local Chicago talk show starting with the following ditty:

    “Come, come, come and play spy with me,
    Down at the old Watergate;
    Come, come, come live and lie with me,
    Down at the old Watergate.
    See the little German band,
    Ehrlichman and Haldeman;
    Don’t Martha Mitchell look great?
    Come, come, come don’t be shy with me;
    I’ll have the whole FBI with me;
    Down at the old Water—we’ll make the police blotter —
    Down at the old Watergate.”

    [Sung to the tune of an old English pub song, “Down at the Olde Bull and Bush.” The Congressman also fancies himself a pianist.]

    Words by William L. Hungate
    U. S. Congressman (Democrat, MO)