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  1. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Looks Good on Paper 4 months ago

    This may be the best concept in the history of cartooning! A character with limitless powers!

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  2. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 11 months ago

    Once again proving that few women understand the concept of a thermostat.

  3. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Bound and Gagged about 1 year ago

    Lactose intolerance is not an issue here. Fermented cheeses—and this one is clearly that, since it contains bubbles—lose almost all their lactose. Lactose is a sugar, and ferments readily, releasing gas. Most lactose-intolerant people would have to eat a lot of this cheese to have a problem.

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris
    nomenu.com

  4. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Lard's World Peace Tips over 1 year ago

    What? This is obvious. The little guy wants angel hair pasta, and is asking for a recipe for aglio olio.

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  5. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Four Eyes over 1 year ago

    Been here. Done that.

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  6. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Bound and Gagged almost 2 years ago

    Q. What do you call a boomerang that won’t come back?

    A. A stick.

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  7. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Last Kiss almost 2 years ago

    But then again, how much good will a parachute have done for him in getting off a train?

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  8. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Garfield over 2 years ago

    Unless you’re making French toast.

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  9. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Gasoline Alley over 2 years ago

    What an opportunity! Now Walt can begin reminiscing about Doc and Avery and Bill and their cars, but in a way that brings the circumstances up to the modern age. Then he finds Skeezix, and the whole cycle since 1918 can begin all over again. And Walt doesn’t have to die.

    Like, who alive remembers all the way back to the beginning of the strip? The story could go any which way, and occasionally Old Walt will reappear, still telling his story to a girl reporter who gets older as years go by.

    This would be great!

    Do it!

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris

  10. Tom Fitzmorris GoComics Pro Member commented on Bound and Gagged about 3 years ago

    Brilliant! This is still the most consistently funny strip in the comics.

    Tastefully yours,
    Tom Fitzmorris