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  1. seed_drill commented on Get Fuzzy 2 days ago

    I never transitioned from playing AD&D with friends to playing RPGs on a computer. Thank God.

  2. seed_drill commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    Why is Frazz dressed like Green Lantern?

  3. seed_drill commented on For Better or For Worse 7 days ago

    I had abusive gym teachers in first grade and second and third grade. The 1st grade was total drill sergeant who’d wiggle his ears and scream at you if you giggled. In Mississippi (2nd and 3rd grade) they still had active corporal punishment.

    Actually, the worst was the guy in 9th grade who didn’t believe my top of the class squat thrust numbers and made me redo them. That started the knee problems I still deal with today.

  4. seed_drill commented on The Buckets 10 days ago

    I once gave a comic book store owner a copy of God Bless Tiny Tim so he could drive the middle school shoplifters out of his shop.

  5. seed_drill commented on Frazz 13 days ago

    I can’t think of a better use for pickles.

  6. seed_drill commented on Non Sequitur 14 days ago

    “The following is a true story, only the names have been changed to protect the guilty.” Bon Scott

  7. seed_drill commented on Non Sequitur 16 days ago

    Larsonesque, and I mean that in a good way.

  8. seed_drill commented on Luann 20 days ago

    That’s the problem with not going to a real school. If she were living on campus she’d soon find out sweat pants or Daisy Dukes are considered formal wear.

  9. seed_drill commented on Frazz 22 days ago

    Sorry, I’m 46 and still can’t stand them. Cooked until they’re mush in a sauce, they’re good. Raw they are nasty.

  10. seed_drill commented on Doonesbury 26 days ago

    It’s a pretty accurate rendition of Dylan’s distancing himself from the counter culture. He’s pretty much been doing that at least since the “motorcycle accident.” Though even in his early years, he was teasing reporters that he was “a song and dance man.”