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  1. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 13 days ago

    “Big One” may refer to either “San Francisco Earthquake” or to “Little Boy” (which was the nickname of the Big One we dropped on Hiroshima).


    “Monty Python” matches up with either “Anaconda” or “Footlights” (the Cambridge University dramatic society to which Eric Idle, John Cleese, and Graham Chapman belonged).


    As has been suggested above (and as is hinted at in the strip itself), there need NOT be a one-to-one correlation between the hearts on the left and the hearts on the right.

  2. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 13 days ago

    “Richard Thompson” matches up with either “Great Cartoonist” or “Great Singer,” which I think is part of the point.

  3. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Scott Stantis about 1 month ago

    “It’s a beautiful day for a funeral! Hey Ernie, let’s play two!”

    (No disrespect intended; that’s from Steve Goodman’s “The Dying Cubs Fan’s Last Request.”)

  4. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Technojunkie, I believe Hitler was a vegetarian because of his digestive issues, not the other way around (i.e. he wasn’t a “militant” vegetarian, his stomach just couldn’t handle meat). I could be mistaken, but I haven’t got the patience to look it up (in a book OR on the internet).

  5. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    The Kinks were great, but…the Beatles were better.
    The Kinks are underappreciated to this day, but…the Beatles were better.

  6. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 3 months ago

    Dingo Dog drives while texting!

  7. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    I doubt that Frazz (or Jef) would disagree with you, Steve, but there are few people around today who would hear Sophie Tucker and think “Wow, I remember when that song was new…”


    Still, it’s kind of amazing that “Rock and Roll” as a genre/style has lasted over 60 years, and is still going strong (albeit not as dominantly as it was a generation ago), and the Beatles are routinely among the top money-making acts in the business, despite not having existed for more than 40 years.


    Of course, if you REALLY want to widen your horizons, give a listen to Richard Thompson’s “1000 Years of Popular Music.” He goes back to “Sumer is Icumen In.”

  8. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on That is Priceless 7 months ago

    “And doing quite poorly at it.”

    In Strip Quidditch, most folks play to lose.

  9. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde 7 months ago

    “We exist as a chaotic combination of elements, created by solar fusion, combined by and to randomly dissipate any solar energy or order above entropy level.”


    OK, that’s “Why?” from a causation standpoint, but not "Why?’ from a purpose standpoint. Cynthia’s question is not “How did I get here?” but “I’m here; now what?” That’s not self indulgence, that’s just keepin’ busy…

  10. fritzoid GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde 7 months ago

    “If you don’t get a good-night kiss, you get Kafka dreams.”
    – Calvin


    So… Who fell down on the job?