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  1. Charlie Sommers commented on Get Fuzzy 16 days ago

    mentor397 said,

    “Who still uses answering machines?”

    Well, perhaps I’m old fashioned but I don’t have a smart phone and still use an answering machine.

  2. Charlie Sommers commented on For Better or For Worse 21 days ago

    At Biloxi, Mississippi’s Keesler AFB back in the 1960s we had to sign a roster before we entered the chow hall for a meal. There was always an NCO overlooking the procedure but after looking at your mess pass this bored individual seldom paid attention to the name you signed. I have signed in several times and at a glance seen that some who signed in before me were, A3C Jesus Christ, AB Adolf Hitler, and other notables.

  3. Charlie Sommers commented on Ziggy about 1 month ago

    Just explored Slovenia on Google Earth and think I would be willing to relocate there. Quite a charming country.

  4. Charlie Sommers commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    In cooler weather I used to wear socks with flip-flops. Just push the material back between your toes.

  5. Charlie Sommers commented on Close to Home about 1 month ago

    The great thing about grandkids is that you can get rid of them.

  6. Charlie Sommers commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    They smell heavenly and are actually sterilized by the sunlight.

  7. Charlie Sommers commented on Ziggy about 1 month ago

    I have always wanted to go in an establishment with a sign like that wearing shoes, a shirt, and nothing else.

  8. Charlie Sommers commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Some of my fondest childhood memories are of catching tadpoles in a stream like that in the neighbor’s back yard.

  9. Charlie Sommers commented on Heathcliff 2 months ago

    Is this meant to be a double entendre or am I just a suspicious old man?

  10. Charlie Sommers commented on B.C. 2 months ago

    I see that you also have been touched by the holiness of his noodly appendages. I doff my colander to you sir.