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  1. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    The use of light and dark, space and clutter in the hands of Richard Thompson is just amazing. And he makes me larf my head off.

  2. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Is Petey reading “SPLUP” comics?

    I thought that was the noise that things that EXPLOOM make when they hit the wall after explooming…

    I sat near a girl in 8th grade who shot hair bands out like Loris. Her hair frizz would not be constrained…

  3. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Hawuba? No no Alice, it’s “lalalala I can’t hear you”…

  4. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Nothing like a trip to a comic book shop with a creepy old dude - yaaaahh!! Now that’s a graphic novel I do not want to read!

  5. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    I went on a slide like that a long time ago - I ended up in Dave Bowman’s bedroom.

  6. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Having 4 brothers, I can firmly state that having a toy no one else wanted to mess with was a great toy - no matter what it did or did not do.

  7. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Its a panel like the last few that make me glad the Washington Post is running CdS on “Style” page 2 next to Doonesbury - we get to see it in color in the morning paper! You ROCK Richard!

  8. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    RT for Reuben Award 2011 !!!

    This strip lately just proves that.

  9. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Great - just great.

    I would have posted earlier, but I had a painful acid burn from snorting OJ out of my nose laughing at this strip again.

  10. uh-ohkid commented on Cul de Sac about 4 years ago

    Oh well done Dan (boo hiss) Rats. Now I need a big eyed scowling Alice cartoon. Next year - and in a better place than Jersey City…