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Luann by Greg Evans

Luann

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  1. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury about 5 hours ago

    Yeah! The filthy rich should indeed subsidize the struggling not-so-well off.

    So I’ll be looking for your check for , oh, $300,000 or so—for me.

    Touche.

  2. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Nancy 24 days ago

    This series has to be one of the all-time greats in the history of comic strips. A sheer joy for real comics fans and a very well-done tribute to Guy’s fellow comic-strip artists. Simply excellent!

  3. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 27 days ago

    Great. Just great. What a strip to run when one of the biggest—and possibly foul—investigations into horse race malarky is cranking up. Guess any serious fans who actually understand and follow the sport will just have to suck it up again. Thanks for nothing.

  4. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Bound and Gagged about 1 month ago

    “Daddy, why does everyone who rides a bike wear a helmet, but everyone rides skateboards at the concrete park doesn’t wear anything on their heads?”

  5. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Nancy about 1 month ago

    Nancy, one more comment like that and you go from being “cute little girl” to “rotten little kid!”

  6. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    I went dynamite fishing today. All I caught were 3 firecrackers. Lousy day in the boat.

  7. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Far better stuff than the overblown politics over the last ten years or so. One could actually believe that Trudeau is a comic strip guy who can be entertaining and funny for every reader, not just his extreme left pals. Keep dem re-runs comin’ !

  8. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 1 month ago

    Was not aware of the man, although I do remember reading Wee Pals and thought how original it was. Thanks for this strip and a well-deserved spotlight.

  9. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 2 months ago

    Depends entirely on the recipe. My wife and I have been making various types of “bread” (zucchini, pumpkin, others) using flax meal as the base and they’re surprising tasty—without frosting! (Yeah, we’re talking low-carb here. Kind of a disovery by accident that worked out well.)

  10. SpadeJr GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 2 months ago

    Let’s not get crazy here. From alibi.com:

    More than 50 percent of Peruvians live in poverty. The poverty line for a family of four is $300 month. Per capita income is $3,500 a year. About 60 percent of Peruvians earn less than $190 a month.

    Because of the rampant poverty, Lima has a large number of pueblos jovenes, or shantytowns, where residents live without running water or electricity. Villa El Salvador is by far the largest, with slightly fewer than 400,000 people.

    Unemployment in Peru is so out of control that it can’t be measured. In Villa el Salvador, the unemployment rate is estimated to be up to 75 percent.

    Earthquakes in Peru are common occurrences as the country in a seismic zone.

    The postal service in Peru is extremely unreliable. Your mailed letter may or may not get to its destination, and if it does, it could take a month. Mailing packages is not recommended.

    The water in Peru is not safe for tourists to drink and should not even be used to brush one’s teeth. Forget about ordering a drink with ice.

    And the weirdest: Because of the unsophisticated plumbing in Peru, used toilet paper is not flushed down the toilet but is placed in a separate bin next to the toilet. Gross!