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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”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_qX5bPbPUo

  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)
    1973