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  1. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 5 days ago

    Actually, the cherry trees in Washington were in bloom this last New Year’s Day/

  2. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 6 days ago

    I observe that “A Stress Analysis of a Strapless Evening Gown” is still available at Amazon.

  3. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 13 days ago

    There is a spudly caricature of Mussolini in John R. Neill’s 1941 “The Scalawagons of Oz”, rejoicing in the name of “Dick Tater”.

  4. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 13 days ago

    It was a fad in the 60s that lasted about three weeks. Now it’s an answer in Trivial Pursuit: Typographer’s Edition.

  5. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 15 days ago

    This is beginning to remind me of the Bunthorne-Grosvenor scene in Act II of “Patience”.

  6. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Ollie and Quentin 19 days ago

    You’re mixing up two words, one with three letters, one with six. The two words are unconnected. In particular, the six-letter word meaning “bundle of sticks” has nothing to do with the three-letter word meaning “cigarette”. It is only the meaning that we’re all dancing around that is found in both the three-letter and the six-letter word.

    The “cigarette” meaning went through this evolution:
    1. last little bit of a cigarette
    2. a cheap cigarette
    3. any cigarette.

    The meaning we don’t want to mention went through this:
    1. an annoying animal that’s in your way
    2. an annoying old woman
    3. you-know-what
    It has nothing, by the way, to do with the Inquisition. Total urban myth.

  7. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts Begins 21 days ago

    I confess it always reminds me of an ancient magazine strip (I knew it from “Humpty Dumpty”, but it was in “Calling All Kids” before that) called “Twinkle, the Star that Came Down from Heaven”.

  8. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Nancy 21 days ago

    Looks kinda like Herbie Popnecker’s secret identity, The Fat Fury.

  9. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 2016 22 days ago

    “Never mind, my darling boy, we’ll simply cut it off,
    And to your blushing bride we’ll give the extra length of cloth.”
    —“Angus and the kilt”

  10. John W Kennedy GoComics Pro Member commented on Annie 22 days ago

    Soon he’ll have Daddy reading Dickens to him.