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  1. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts about 18 hours ago

    On a tangent: Your nickname reminds me of a Jesse I met working at a vet hospital years ago. A young man who came in not long before close on a summer Saturday afternoon, hoping to rescue a stray he had found struggling in a ditch of rancid water. Jesse wasn’t in much better shape than the dog — worse, actually: the dog had his full coat and the young man, Jesse, didn’t even have a shirt — and had about as many resources. But he was so dead-set on that dog….we took care of the dog on spec (I worked for a VERY good man) and both Jesse and his dog made good. Thank you for the memory, jessegooddoggy.

  2. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Argyle Sweater about 18 hours ago

    You do, sort of. The “tall tale” part comes not in her exploits, but in that she was one of several women who aided the Continental Army by bringing water, hence Molly’s nickname “PItcher.” Historians think the primary figure for this character is Mary (often familiarized into Molly) Ludwig.

  3. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Lisa Benson 1 day ago

    Perhaps that’s a reference to the driver’s licenses for illegals that are being issued. “They” (people who track these things) somehow know that only a small proportion of the illegals who are eligible for licenses have applied for them because they’re afraid of being deported. The “thinking” demonstrated there is pathetic on all sides, but that may be where the 34M comes from.

  4. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover 1 day ago

    Oh, DITTO that!! I was dumbfounded when, as a hall monitor in a girls’ Catholic high school, one of the nuns scolded me for reading during my “tour”, presumably instead of studying. What was I reading? Dickens’ “The Pickwick Papers” (I’m a for-pleasure reader). I was learning language, writing, sociology and history from Dickens and having a great time doing it. No, I never let classes OR teachers interfere with my education.

  5. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 1 day ago

    The richness and subtlety of the art is unparalleled today. And the imagination is one fueled by a life lived richly, not one absorbed by pathetic electronic media. Sigh.

  6. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 1 day ago

    Your crude comment really does not fit this comic.

  7. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Fred Basset 1 day ago

    In deference to an older dog at one time, our dogs get small-bite kibble with different sized and shaped pieces. I don’t remember who or why, but one of them at one point was picking out only the little light-colored pieces and leaving the rest. Discriminating taste, and the wherewithal to satisfy it.

  8. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Prickly City 1 day ago

    I think if you weren’t political you could just enjoy this as commentary on the state of affairs in general. Stop trying to put it in a framework and it’s pretty funny.

  9. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Over the Hedge 1 day ago

    Well, THAT explains why we have flu epidemics, Ebola pop-ups and are getting ready for a TB crisis, but NO ZOMBIES!! I am SO relieved!! The CDC really IS good.

  10. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Over the Hedge 1 day ago

    I think they already got them.