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  1. yaakovashoshana commented on Zack Hill about 6 hours ago

    I’m just glad Cagney’s not sick. I hate it when comic strips go all realistic and decide to have a beloved pet cross the Rainbow Bridge. (I’m looking at you, For Better or Worse!)

  2. yaakovashoshana commented on Reality Check 9 days ago

    Maybe he could haunt a house, but what he can do with a guitar is magic.

  3. yaakovashoshana commented on Kit 'N' Carlyle 29 days ago

    Cat fur does have a faintly sweet aroma. At least, baby Marco’s did. I miss that.

  4. yaakovashoshana commented on Pluggers about 1 month ago

    I remember riding in the car, standing up on the front seat, and Mom’s arm was the only seat belt.

  5. yaakovashoshana commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Terry Foy, is the brilliant one. He’s also known as Zilch the Torysteller – now playing at a renaissance festival in Minnesota.

  6. yaakovashoshana commented on Gray Matters about 1 month ago

    I’m an equal opportunity curmudgeon. I’ll complain about them both. However, given a choice, I will take cold over heat.

  7. yaakovashoshana commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    As re-written by a friend of mine for his young daughters:

    The arachnid of diminutive stature climbed up the home drainage system. Down came a 20% chance of precipitation and flooded him into oblivion. Out came an incandescent orb and caused an evaporation, and like Sisyphus of Greek mythology, he resumed his futile effort.

  8. yaakovashoshana commented on Boomerangs about 1 month ago

    Actually, you could turn one section halfway, pop it apart with a screwdriver, and put it back together in the correct order.

  9. yaakovashoshana commented on Aunty Acid about 1 month ago

    Having a cat reach around the curtain and pat you on the butt will make you jump.

  10. yaakovashoshana commented on Boomerangs 4 months ago

    It’s a Nike deal. Just do it. If you sit around waiting for inspiration, you’re not a writer. You’re a waiter.