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  1. Rhododendron commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 3 months ago

    Interesting. Z.Z. Zzyst was the last name in the local directory when I was growing up. I wonder if this was a real name or some sort of universal phone company practice?

  2. Rhododendron commented on Uncle Art's Funland 3 months ago

    Good ones! Also lynx and snipe.

  3. Rhododendron commented on Uncle Art's Funland 3 months ago

    Alternative answers for crossword: Mule, Loon, Mouse, Ibex. Others?

  4. Rhododendron commented on Super-Fun-Pak Comix 3 months ago

    Is gazpacho inherently funny? Is it funnier than, say, succotash?

  5. Rhododendron commented on Cul de Sac 3 months ago

    Actually, the entire strip is a dream in the head of Mr. Danders. This is Mr. Danders imagining Petey imagining Ernesto.

  6. Rhododendron commented on The Fusco Brothers 6 months ago

    You don’t understand how comics work. That’s not how she really looks. It’s all make-up and special effects.

  7. Rhododendron commented on The Argyle Sweater 8 months ago

    I would say that this comic takes place at a rather late date in Egyptian history, considering that the fellow on the left is wearing eyeglasses.

  8. Rhododendron commented on Monty 9 months ago

    Not to mention that ants don’t get scurvy.

  9. Rhododendron commented on Monty 10 months ago

    Like the opera singer in the Woody Allen movie who could only sing in the shower: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-roHTmiSFo&noredirect=1

  10. Rhododendron commented on Richard's Poor Almanac about 1 year ago

    In the last panel, Mr. Thompson is poking fun once again at Glebe Road, which he describes elsewhere as a “protean, shifty, and many-tentacled Virginia street.” As an example, the tentacle branch of the road called East Glebe runs basically south of the branch called South Glebe. But East Glebe becomes West Glebe, which just before it ends takes a jog to the north and intersects with South Glebe.