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  1. Prattaratt commented on Dilbert Classics 4 days ago

    And finding the destinations he does pick as well.

  2. Prattaratt commented on Dilbert Classics 21 days ago

    Nabuquduriuzhur, That sounds an awful lot like something Robert Heinlien would say…

  3. Prattaratt commented on Dilbert Classics 24 days ago

    Actually, in a Scientist’s Anti-defamamtion League, it should not be that hard to find a virgin unless a FEMALE virgin is specified.

  4. Prattaratt commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    Uh oh! I think Brad and Toni will learn a lesson here! NEVER leave little kids unsupervised for more than a few minutes….

  5. Prattaratt commented on Luann 4 months ago

    Hmmm, what about her talent to handle little children? That sounds like a possible primary education and child development major to me!

  6. Prattaratt commented on Dilbert Classics 5 months ago

    It’s too bad supermarkets don’t charge a surcharge for going over the express line limit; maybe something like 5 cents per item or so.

  7. Prattaratt commented on Over the Hedge 6 months ago

    And the porcupine went wee wee wee, all the way home!

  8. Prattaratt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 9 months ago

    Obviously , LX013 has NEVER been around any kind of cat. :D

  9. Prattaratt commented on Over the Hedge 11 months ago

    Maybe a story arc involving an outraged Ringo is coming up?

  10. Prattaratt commented on Stuart Carlson 12 months ago

    The second amendment was not designed to guarantee ownership of weapons to prevent crime nor was it designed to protect hunting rights. It was designed to insure that if any government (Local, State OR Federal) ever overreached its limits, the citizenry would have the necessary means to depose it and reinstate the rule of law.
    “When the government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.” Thomas Jefferson