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  1. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug over 1 year ago

    Love the idea of the Cyberman toy breaking the TV.

  2. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug over 1 year ago

    Don’t blink Sophie! And honestly, while I cried so hard at the last David Tennant episode that my husband came in the room to make sure I was ok, my favorite doctor is actually Christoper Eccelston.

  3. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Thatababy over 2 years ago

    I so don’t miss that stage of parenthood.

  4. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup almost 3 years ago

    Well said Evie!

  5. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Thatababy almost 3 years ago

    And he’s such a Max! Fantastic tribute.

  6. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio almost 3 years ago

    Lovely. I hope Mr. Sendak (who did not believe in an afterlife) was wrong and is in the middle of a fabulous wild rumpus.

    And Where the Wild Things Are was released in 1964 or thereabouts. I remember it from my childhood and it’s my three year old son’s favorite book, along with In the Night Kitchen. I can’t believe how many people don’t know about it – truly one of the great classics of children’s literature.

  7. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Barkeater Lake about 3 years ago

    Why are they shaking left-handed???

  8. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup about 3 years ago

    @sfreader1 – cloth diapers now indeed do come with velcro closures. Or snaps. Much easier and less painful. Having said this – this strip made me laugh – I’m pretty sure I nearly did this to my son about the time he was one – they get to be squirmy little things!

  9. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City about 3 years ago

    sniff And Mark – sorry for the loss of your Furbaby. They really are family.

  10. laragc GoComics Pro Member commented on The Norm Classics about 3 years ago

    SPOILER!!!!!!!!

    Yep, we miss a year. Then you had to pay on TheNorm.com to see it. Then for some reason that got screwed up and I never saw the answers on what happeend. Although I believe we did at some point see the wedding? Can’t remember. Isn’t this right about the time the strip went from papers to web only?