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  1. Mark Zwaan commented on Truth Facts 5 days ago

    They must be referring to Muphry’s Law: “If you write anything criticizing editing or proofreading, there will be a fault of some kind in what you have written.” The name of the law is a deliberate misspelling of Murphy’s law (so don’t bother quoting me and pointing that out).
    Muphry’s Law also dictates that, if a mistake is as plain as the nose on your face, everyone can see it but you. Your readers will always notice errors in a title, in headings, in the first paragraph of anything, and in the top lines of a new page. These are the very places where authors, editors and proofreaders are most likely to make mistakes.

  2. Mark Zwaan commented on Get Fuzzy 7 days ago

    In the immortal words of Arthur Dent: “This must be a Thursday, I never could get the hang of Thursdays”.

  3. Mark Zwaan commented on Brewster Rockit 10 days ago

    Why don’t stay with the classic: “Mostly harmless”.

  4. Mark Zwaan commented on Buni 12 days ago

    Wow, a happy and peaceful ending of a Buni cartoon. Didn’t see this one coming and neither did those other fathers judging from their faces.

  5. Mark Zwaan commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Wiselad is right, according to Google it should be “schpenden” and not “schplenden”. And blunebottle yes, it’s from a Monty Python sketch.

  6. Mark Zwaan commented on Pickles about 1 month ago

    So his sunglasses are now behaving like a pair of Joo Janta 200 Super-Chromatic Peril Sensitive Sunglasses.

  7. Mark Zwaan commented on Rip Haywire about 1 month ago

    I think Dan Thompson is confusing judo and karate. Judo or ‘the soft way’ is all about throws and locks. Karate or ‘empty hand’ is about hitting and kicking your opponent without the use of weapons.

  8. Mark Zwaan commented on FoxTrot Classics about 1 month ago

    In some countries (France, Germany and many Scandinavian countries) the H is used for describing B chords (don’t know why but they do). But the H chord is also used to describe someone who is pretending to be able to play chords but in reality just puts his fingers randombly on the fret board. Which seems to be what is referred to here.

  9. Mark Zwaan commented on Lio 2 months ago

    Could be Pennywise the clown…

  10. Mark Zwaan commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 2 months ago

    High heeled shoes originate from Persia where they were worn by warriors who were skilled in firing their bows whilst they were riding a horse. The heels were necessary in order to keep from slipping from the stirrups. So these shoes were originally associated with being a skilled bowman. Which explains why rich and powerful Western royalty wore similar high heeled shoes.