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  1. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 15 days ago

    I couldn’t make up my mind so I clicked all the checkboxes. If others did that it might have thrown off the count.

  2. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Cleats 24 days ago

    I never saw the appeal of “Napoleon Dynamite”. I thought it was a dumb movie.

  3. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 25 days ago

    Snopes says that meme is false: http://www.snopes.com/1998-trump-people-quote/

  4. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Lola 27 days ago

    Snooty help is why I won’t shop at Macy’s or Dillards. I’ve never shopped at Nordstrom’s but I’m sure they would look down their noses at me, too.

  5. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Lynn’s Notes:

    I was once part of a study in which single women were being asked what it was that attracted us to certain men. My answer was fairly complex, but when I asked the counselor what gave her the right vibes, she said, “he has to smell right.”

  6. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Gil about 1 month ago

    Here’s a link to today’s new “Gil” published in the Providence Journal.

  7. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home about 1 month ago

    The bunk beds.

  8. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    I wish Greg would do a reverse Funky Winkerbean time jump and put the characters back in high school. The strip has gotten boring ever since they graduated and went to college.

  9. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on Cathy about 1 month ago

    Grrr. What happened to the zoom function?

  10. Mumblix GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    Lynn’s Notes:


    My son, Aaron, really did stick his tongue to the school flagpole. A frantic teacher called me, and I ran to the school in time to see one of the staff trying to pour hot coffee down the flagpole to warm it up. Another said to just pull him off, so I worked at his tongue, which was stretched like an elastic, and his teacher pulled him…and with an “OUCH!” he was free. I thought he’d be upset, but Aaron was quite proud. When he’d stopped nursing his sore tongue, he happily pointed to the pole where a number of small, fuzzy spots marked battles with other frozen tongues. “Here’s Cathy, and here’s Bryan, and here’s…” I guess it’s a rite of passage: every kid has to see if the warning has merit…and every generation discovers that it does.