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  1. Captain Smokeblower commented on Frank & Ernest 2 months ago

    First come, first pooped.

  2. Captain Smokeblower commented on One Big Happy 3 months ago

    And I thought his nick name was Hollow Ed.

  3. Captain Smokeblower commented on Shoe 4 months ago

    What about a porn version, “Hung Kong”?

  4. Captain Smokeblower commented on Arlo and Janis 6 months ago

    Yeah, Denver. I’m talking to you!

  5. Captain Smokeblower commented on Speed Bump about 1 year ago

    I’ve always thought, since a photographic memory is the ability to remember everything you see, then a phonographic memory would be the ability to remember everything you hear.

  6. Captain Smokeblower commented on Working Daze over 1 year ago

    Rough losing two greats so close together.

  7. Captain Smokeblower commented on F Minus over 1 year ago

    I won’t be surprised if I see someone in one of these next season, and the cartoonist must take ALL the blame. You just DON’T give stupid ideas to American sports fans.

  8. Captain Smokeblower commented on Shoe over 1 year ago

    I’m so old I remember when you rented your phone from AT&T. You couldn’t buy them. You had to rent them.

  9. Captain Smokeblower commented on Betty over 1 year ago

    My computer allows me to keep a digital copy of my signature, which I can paste into pdf documents. The document becomes a legal document, which is why a good password is critical for my computer.

  10. Captain Smokeblower commented on FoxTrot over 1 year ago

    I disagree with MrJimCos. I think we got the joke, understood the “real life” problem, AND realized the “whole” of the cartoon includes the math problem. Everything is there in the cartoon, except the math problem solution.
    We are people who see a math problem and solve it for reasons of our own.
    Growing up I hated doing pages of math problems for school, but since then I look for them and then solve them for fun (OCD?) Sometimes cartoonists include math problems without solutions and I wonder if that artist is being lazy (assuming the math problem isn’t part of the punchline). Mr. Amend is good at including solvable math problems.