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  1. steverino commented on Peanuts Begins about 8 hours ago

    A favorite dog story of mine is “Weep No More, My Lady” (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Good-bye,_My_Lady) about a Basenji. What made me think of it was some Basenji mixes I saw at an adoption booth at a fair. Thinking on the plot, it bears a certain resemblance to “Big Red” by Jim Kje…gard (too lazy to look it up). I guess “boy meets dog, boy loses dog” is another of those universal themes.

  2. steverino commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 4 days ago

    …or genetic. Hmmm… that implies evolution…

  3. steverino commented on Gil 4 days ago

    Someone backed into me and put a big dent in my hood. The insurance payment for that bought me a new set of tires. Still have the dent.

  4. steverino commented on The Knight Life 5 days ago

    I thought it was Tammy Faye Bakker saved cosmetics industry.

  5. steverino commented on Doonesbury 6 days ago

    So it goes…

  6. steverino commented on The Knight Life 7 days ago

    My niece (of age) wanted me to pick up a carton of cigarettes and a case of Coors Light on my way over. “I’m not supporting your nasty habit,” I said. “Coors Light??”

  7. steverino commented on Crumb 7 days ago

    Leftover pasta is actually better for you than fresh— something about how the starches in reheated pasta are absorbed more slowly… ah, here:www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/healthy-eating/why-leftover-pasta-is-good-for-you

  8. steverino commented on Monty 8 days ago

    The commercial that bugs the heck out of me is the one for remote household control via smartphone, where the lady shuts her garage door remotely. I’d never do that without being in line-of-sight. Even those ads showing someone walking away as the SUV hatchback closes give me the heebie-jeebies.

  9. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 days ago

    I’m watching my waistline— that’s why I keep it out in front where I can see it easier.

  10. steverino commented on Pearls Before Swine 11 days ago

    …short people to sit on.

    This is what I was going to say— the cliche was short people sit on a phone book while driving.

    Growing up, we had a county phone book about three inches thick. Where I am now, the local phone book lists by town, so if you don’t know where a person lives, you have to look in several different sections. White pages online are much easier, and if you google instead you might dig up some dirt, too!