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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller

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  1. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 3 minutes ago

    I actually wanted to write and express my appreciation and affection for this strip. This is really why I’m on GoComics. When our local paper opted to carry some stupid stuff (subsequently dropped) instead of TOC I went in search of it on line. I love the advocacy for animals of all sorts and the humorous life of dogs-with-humans. Thank you, Adrian, and keep up for the good work!

  2. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 6 minutes ago

    and @ndalaff: We have coyotes all over our suburban area here outside Chicago. Saw one crossing the street in front of my house a couple of years ago in a winter twilight. There’s a family of them that live in a cemetery near here. Interesting thing is there is something about the way they move that is not totally dog-like. They are just different enough, like an off-kilter human face, that tells you it’s not a dog.

  3. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils 11 minutes ago

    Oh, that’s CUTE! I wouldn’t say it to Marigold, though. Don’t know if she’d be amused. ;-)

  4. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Skippy 14 minutes ago

    A sad reflection of harder times. Yes, there WERE harder times. Fewer safety nets, mostly.

  5. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Committed 15 minutes ago

    Ooohhh! THAT’s how all those parents of those horrendous children in restaurants are so blissfully unaffected!

  6. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Prickly City 18 minutes ago

    Dear Mr. Stantis, as I see the current crop of college students home for the summer from the Halls of HIgher Learning (I can tell that because they proudly display the name of their Alma Mater on their rear ends), where they are being trained to be the Best and Brightest that the Greatest Nation on Earth can produce, to in their turn marshall the planet out of its current dark place, I say as I see them in their ripped clothing (signs of obvious poverty due to all resources being funneled to Academia), bodies carefully suntanned (undoubtedly from the long hours in front of library lamps), sitting barefooted in restaurant dining rooms having casually slipped off their footwear, eating with their fingers, mouths open while chewing, legs sprawled anywhere they please, I think you are being far too kind with “Internet-addled oafs”, but it does my heart good to see someone else say it. It appears they are all majoring in Self-Expression, Narcissism, and Entitlement, to which I can only quote Robert Redford’s line to a hung-over Paul Newman from “The Sting”: “Luther told me you could teach me. I already know how to drink.”

  7. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Dog Lost 30 minutes ago

    Steve, I don’t think I’ve ever seen LDL with no comments. Maybe, like me, others are getting creeped (grossed?) out by the duration of this story line. I love caterpillars and butterflies, but this is something else! Can we accelerate this process??

  8. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 20 hours ago

    I think we’re about to see the most interesting camp musical ensemble ever ensembled… Can’t wait!

  9. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Heavenly Nostrils about 20 hours ago

    Hhmmm…a little more confusion because by the time I got here the (mid-moring, Central) 23rd was accessible with the back arrow and there were comments with it, to which I added two (I know it was the 23rd because of the “friggin’” comments). And now there are no comments on the 23rd, they’re all here.

    In any case, speaking for myself and I’m sure others, your willingness to communicate with your fans makes it all good! :-)

  10. Dogday88 GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard about 20 hours ago

    No, no! Those are BUNNIES, not BIRDIES! ;-)