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  1. daDoctah commented on Non Sequitur about 16 hours ago

    They don’t really seem like Carson Daly viewers to me.

  2. daDoctah commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    …but at least you can continue to vote.

    (And in some states, drive.)

  3. daDoctah commented on Pickles 3 days ago

    “Tex Ritter? And that’s when I woke up….”

  4. daDoctah commented on Pickles 7 days ago

    Just saw a thing on E! about celebrities’ dumbest purchases, and the top was Nicolas Cage for spending a quarter million on a T Rex skull. By way of explanation he was shown saying “I have the brain of a small child.”
    I wanted to ask him “is it in storage, Nick, or are you keeping it on your mantelpiece?”

  5. daDoctah commented on Drabble 7 days ago

    We had a cat that was like this in the morning. His explanation was “those cans aren’t going to open *themselves”, you know!"

  6. daDoctah commented on Get Fuzzy 8 days ago

    My favorite, at “Conan the Barbarian”, where the slave child Arnold grows to adulthood turning a mill as the other kids one-by-one drop to the ground in exhaustion, until he’s all alone: “Yeah, Arnold, push that thing!”

  7. daDoctah commented on Luann 9 days ago

    I had to Google. “Gail the Snail” sounded too much like an actual children’s book to be something random made up for this strip. Turns out it’s actually a character played by Mary Lynn Rajskub when she guest-starred on “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”.

  8. daDoctah commented on Drabble 10 days ago

    I’m a let Drabble finish.

  9. daDoctah commented on Non Sequitur 11 days ago

    Take it easy folks, this is just the start of the target lifetime. He’ll catch up with Speranza in due time.
    One thing I wonder about, though. Seems to me the first life we ever saw Homer in, he was an Eskimo (his name came from the town of Homer, Alaska). Has the Reluctant Soul saga come full circle?

  10. daDoctah commented on Luann 11 days ago

    Gunther wants to win the Nobel Prize in Math and Sewing. Sorry, Gunther, but they don’t offer the Nobel Prize in either of those subjects.

    And they never will. This award is actually for a single new field called “Math and Sewing”.