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  1. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse 3 days ago

    It is indeed the Domine Fili Unigenite movement from Vivaldi’s Gloria! I’m so impressed that not only did they bother to notate music correctly, but it’s also a “real” work, and it’s one that is relatively obscure to the general public but one that many professional musicians would recognize.

  2. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    Yah… it’s a brake. “Break” is what his taillights did when he rammed the police car.

  3. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 2 months ago

    Ted Striker! :D

  4. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Super-Fun-Pak Comix 3 months ago

    Interesting. I too was about to comment on the mis-spelling, because I believed it to be “desserts” for both meanings of the pun. However, after seeing the other comments here, a little quick googling shows that both are considered correct today, but the original spelling was indeed “deserts” – an archaic term meaning “that which one deserves”. Because the term is no longer in common use, it’s frequently spelled as ‘desserts’ nowadays, which matches the pronunciation though not the original meaning. I have been edumacated!

  5. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on FoxTrot 3 months ago

    Nintendo doesn’t handle Pokemon Go… Niantic does…

  6. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 6 months ago

    Um, yeah, fleas are not flies. They don’t look anything like that at all. No wings is only the beginning.

  7. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Brevity 9 months ago

    No musician ever pronounced pianist like that though. It’s usually pee-AA-nist. Because the instrument is a pee-AA-no, not a pee-no. And even if you do accent the first syllable, it’s still PEE-uh-nist, not just PEE-nist. The 12-inch joke de-emphasizes the middle syllable for the sake of the pun, which is fair and fine, but in this case it doesn’t work – I suspect it’s because “beanist” isn’t a real thing, unlike the 12-inch pun. So it’s too much of a stretch.

  8. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on MythTickle about 1 year ago

    Not a strong speller, and the “angle” is not strong in ITS grammar.

  9. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Liberty Meadows about 1 year ago

    I guess that neighbour never came back…

  10. Heather Dunham GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse about 1 year ago

    Beautiful. :)