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  1. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Too Much Coffee Man 6 months ago

    Wow, Fever Tree! That brings back memories.

  2. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 6 months ago

    Thank you Bennett for the simplest yet most eloquent tribute to this wonderful young woman.

  3. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Danziger 6 months ago

    I always thought the motto “The Garden State” was some kind of ironic humor until I drove across the middle of the state. Son of a gun, there were gardens and road side produce stands everywhere.

  4. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Trivquiz 6 months ago

    I got the second two.

  5. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Lucky Cow 6 months ago

    Soon to be a breaking story on Faux News.

  6. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 7 months ago

    One day a kitten was found wandering in the parking lot at work. It was taken in by one of the office staff for safe keeping. A co-worker went to see the kitten. It was her kitten! It had apparently crawled up into her car’s engine compartment and had rode there during her 36 mile commute.

  7. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 7 months ago

    He was introduced two days ago as being “the Prophets Media Adviser”. No specific character’s name.

  8. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Dick Tracy 7 months ago

    Actually, Fearless Fosdick is the world’s greatest detective.

  9. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Chan Lowe 7 months ago

    Dynasties? It’s a long established precedent. Just ask the Adams, the Harrison and the Roosevelt families.

  10. Oak Ridge Boy61 GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil Thorp 7 months ago

    The Dixie Drill?Ias that something like The Western Roundup we used in middle school back in the 60’s?