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  1. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 15 hours ago

    Worse. Since she lied to go out with Marigold, what do you think the, um, corrective action would be? Not good!

  2. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover about 15 hours ago

    I LOVE Rover’s expression — a real dog-smile!

  3. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils 1 day ago

    That is the effect of lying, unfortunately. The seed is forever sown.

  4. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils 1 day ago

    Very nice scriptural exposition on lying, Nab, if I may say so.

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

    From all of us who have experienced the joy of rescue dogs (and cats), Thank You, Brian!

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

    We got our first rescue Border Collie in 1984 and have had nothing but since. You are indeed in for a great adventure. If I may…the best advice I can give is: TALK to that dog! Talktalktalk, and don’t forget to use your hands to communicate. What Shiloh doesn’t get from your words he’ll pick up from hand signals, whatever you devise. They are as sharp as everyone says they are.

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

    The fiasco Rolling Stone magazine brought on itself is an interesting point in this drama, from the standpoint of the media’s pursuit of bucks in blind carelessness of facts or consequences. In the case of RS, they jumped on a campus rape story, evidently with NO verification whatsoever (based on the interviews with two of the accused in that story who had the chutzpah to come forward), at a time when campus rape is a huge story nation-wide. With regard to the recent “arrest deaths”, the media continues to use language like “unarmed”, with NEVER a mention of “resisting arrest”; and “failed to indict” rather than “found no cause to indict;” and “chokehold death” in spite of the fact that there was no chokehold (my husband, who used to wrestle, recognized the hold the police used on Mr. Gardner; it did not choke him) and that death was from cardiac arrest in the ambulance. Inflammatory? You bet! Irresponsible? Waayyy beyond that.

  8. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom Toles 2 days ago

    I believe your “good” in “good Christian” is a sneer, but since you used the Tetragrammaton I will respond anyway. You are misrepresenting the slavery in the Bible and neglecting to mention the cities of refuge. The fact of the imperfection of the humans involved does not make the laws themselves imperfect.

  9. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 3 days ago

    Our fearless Ty, in her last year, had nighttime bladder issues and a terrible time getting down the stairs to the outdoors. So after weeks of “Miracle Cleaner” on our wood floors every morning we fitted her with what we called her “fancy pants”, canvas pants that held disposable diapers (which she seemed to love) and a harness that we held as she impatiently pushed her way down the stairs (where she would have landed on her face if we didn’t help her.) Prolonged her life at least a little bit. And she was worth every bit of it. Miss her terribly.

  10. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Agnes 3 days ago

    Re: Agnes’s black shirt. It’s always bothered me and now I know why. On a field trip with my son’s first-grade class decades ago I sat next to a little classmate of his. We were in an above-average suburban town, but she was thin, dressed only in jeans and shirt like Agnes’s that hung off her, even though it was a cool cloudy autumn day. Her hair was straggly and she was withdrawn and looked infinitely tired, like she was forty years old. I tried to draw her out, and got her something warmer to wear. But she evidently didn’t have Agnes’s resilience. Or probably someone like Agnes’s grandmother in her life either.