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  1. Daniel Quilp commented on Candorville 7 days ago

    At work, when I am standing at the urinal, if someone walks up to the one next to me and asks, “How you doing?” I reply, “Oh, I’m holding my own.” Some get it, some don’t.

  2. Daniel Quilp commented on PreTeena 11 days ago

    On Sunday May 10, 2015 the Los Angeles Times published an obituary of Marcia Brown (1918-2015.) Marcia Brown was the author and illustrator of the children’s book, “Stone Soup.” Following is a synopsis of the story http://childrensbooksguide.com/classics/stone-soup

    “Stone Soup was a fable made immortal by Marcia Brown. Many places in the world have similar versions, but Marcia Brown decided to bring the story into the realm of children’s books decades ago in 1947. Since then, Stone Soup has been read by countless children and adults around the world.

    Three hungry French soldiers arrive at a village, but the people hid all their food, afraid the soldiers would gobble it all up. They claim they have nothing to offer, but the soldiers are smart and claim to have a fantastic recipe for stone soup. The curious villages follow all their requests, adding a carrot here, a bit of meat there, unknowingly helping to create a delicious soup that everyone can enjoy.

    Children everywhere read this story and wonder if stone soup is as good as it sounds. The moral of the story, sharing is something everyone can enjoy, may slip past some, but no matter what, it’s a story kids will enjoy reading either on their own or with parents. The illustrations are simple with few colors, but it adds to the story, giving it an aged quality that matches well with the long-standing tale. It ends happily, with everyone dancing and enjoying hot and delicious bowls of soup. The villagers have discovered that sharing benefits everyone and the soldiers get a good meal."

  3. Daniel Quilp commented on Dick Tracy 11 days ago

    Why is Pat shown putting on a blue shirt in the second panel when in the first panel he already is wearing it? Maybe the first panel’s shirt is leisure wear and the second panel’s shirt is his uniform shirt?
    Also, he states that “it’s against the rules,” so he probably does not want any other police person to know about this.

  4. Daniel Quilp commented on Pearls Before Swine 23 days ago

    Pig: "And who is that white lady who just said, “I speak jive?”

  5. Daniel Quilp commented on Non Sequitur 23 days ago

    “Our country’s founders had the vision and foresight to anticipate America having the room to grow and evolve past the ignorance of their times in which slavery was acceptable….”
    You might be interested in reading “Master of Monticello” by Henry Wiencek in Oct. 2012 issue of Smithsonian Magazine.
    “The Dark Side of Thomas Jefferson
    A new portrait of the founding father challenges the long-held perception of Thomas Jefferson as a benevolent slaveholder”
    Much of the article is available at: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-dark-side-of-thomas-jefferson-35976004/?no-ist=&preview=_pag&page=1

  6. Daniel Quilp commented on Holiday Doodles 23 days ago

    In that case, please stay away from the “Boomerangs” comic strip.

  7. Daniel Quilp commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

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

  8. Daniel Quilp commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

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

  9. Daniel Quilp commented on Candorville 2 months ago

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

  10. Daniel Quilp commented on Boomerangs 2 months ago

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