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  1. atajayhawk commented on Stone Soup Classics 20 days ago

    @comicsssfan: Didn’t know we were talking about sons. Jean and I were referring to this strip about Holly.

  2. atajayhawk commented on Stone Soup Classics 21 days ago

    @Jean: I agree entirely. That is a loving mother!

  3. atajayhawk commented on Frazz 27 days ago

    @Richard S Russell: Caulfield’s father is finishing—or has finished a doctorate in pharmacology; his mother is a civil engineer; and they have a French poodle. There’s a bit more information in some of the earlier strips, too; I just don’t remember precisely.

  4. atajayhawk commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Leonard Bernstein’s ‘Chichester Psalms’ is written in pretty much any tempo except 3/4, 4/4, or anything else remotely normal. When our church choir did it, I think I just went with the flow and didn’t really try to count it. For one thing, I was trying very hard to keep up with the phonetic Hebrew. It was a weird sort of fun, though.
    I thought maybe he was keeping time to various swimming strokes—or multiplying the number or feet or yards he’d done. . .

  5. atajayhawk commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    God bless the paramedics, police, fire fighters, emergency room personnel, and all those who help keep us safe in spite of our own bad luck or sheer stupidity. Also those who work on holidays to feed us and entertain us.

  6. atajayhawk commented on Diamond Lil 2 months ago

    His shirt wouldn’t have done him any good.

  7. atajayhawk commented on Frazz 2 months ago

    @Naabuquduriuzhur: I gather than face masks are just not the done thing for bicyclists? Because it sounds as if you need one!
    Love ‘Starbugs’!

  8. atajayhawk commented on Stone Soup Classics 2 months ago

    Go, Alix!

  9. atajayhawk commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    I’m pretty much a total classical music fan, and preferably old classical music; but certain examples of pretty much any genre have tremendous nostalgic value.

  10. atajayhawk commented on Stone Soup Classics 5 months ago

    I like it. If the prince is smart, he’ll help her out finding a job and then propose again later if he still wants too.