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  1. Daniel Quilp commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    “If that’s insanity… I wouldn’t mind catching it…”
    I don’t suffer from insanity, I enjoy it!

  2. Daniel Quilp commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    My New England born and bred grandmother used to say, “Nanas know everything.”
    And they never forget!

  3. Daniel Quilp commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    All lies and jest
    Still, a man hears what he wants to hear
    And disregards the rest.
    Simon and Garfunkel, The Boxer

  4. Daniel Quilp commented on Boomerangs about 1 month ago

    They may have to; her life story is copyrighted by www.jackcartoons.com in 2009

  5. Daniel Quilp commented on Dogs of C-Kennel about 1 month ago

    Didn’t Tucker’s cars have a moving headlight in the center of the hood or grill?

  6. Daniel Quilp commented on Agnes about 1 month ago

    By coincidence, I have been re-reading Mysteries of Time and Space, by Brad Steiger, published by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. Chapter 9 is devoted to MoMo’s appearance in that small town. On the copyright page it is stated, “A portion of Chapter 9 appeared in slightly different form in Saga magazine, copyright 1973 by Gambi Publications, Inc.”
    The MoMo first appeared on July 11, 1972 at 3:30p.m. and was spotted by 8 year old Terry Harrison. Other sightings followed. It is an interesting read. I did as you suggested and googled “MoMo Louisana Missouri.” The accounts in www.prairieghosts.com and wikipedia mirror the accounts in Mysteries of Time and Space.

  7. Daniel Quilp commented on Luann Againn 2 months ago

    At 9:08 AM, same day…
    Luann: “Tell me, Dad, do they have Cable TV there at the beach cottage?”
    See Boomerangs comic Jan. 26, 2016.

  8. Daniel Quilp commented on Agnes 2 months ago

    I looked it up on Wikipedia:
    “The Boy from New York City” is a song originally recorded by the American soul group The Ad Libs,2 released as their first single in 1964. Produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the song peaked at No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 on the chart week of February 27, 1965. Though the group continued to record many other singles, they would never repeat the chart success of “The Boy from New York City”.

  9. Daniel Quilp commented on Agnes 2 months ago

    Ushindi wrote 6-17-16:
    “Tell us about The Boy From New York City instead, Agnes.”
    That is one very old song, from the 50’s or early 60’s.

  10. Daniel Quilp commented on Dick Tracy 3 months ago

    “We need to hook him up to a mind imaging machine to show us his thoughts….”
    See Brewster Rockit of May 11, 2016. Dr. Mel has a sophisticated device for examining Brewster’ mind.