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  1. StCleve72 commented on Loose Parts about 15 hours ago

    Chuck you Farley!

  2. StCleve72 commented on Tank McNamara 1 day ago

    Dain Bramidge? No way!

  3. StCleve72 commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 days ago

    You seem to be suffering from Turret’s Syndrome today.

  4. StCleve72 commented on Tank McNamara 5 days ago

    I’ve always felt that the lyrics of the Rolling Stones song “Backstreet Girl” fit Tiger to a tee; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_MuRq19KTI

    Love the line, “please don’t you bother my wife” and the next line should be “that way I won’t catch no hell.”

  5. StCleve72 commented on Overboard 5 days ago

    His problem is that he keeps hitting the broad side of a barn instead of the fairway.

  6. StCleve72 commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 days ago

    Sounds like Dilbert’s company’s marketing strategy.

  7. StCleve72 commented on That is Priceless 6 days ago

    Funny comments today, as good as Steve’s. I really enjoy this strip as much for them. My favorite today was Number Six’s but all of them were good. Thanks for the laffs; I need them in the morning.

  8. StCleve72 commented on Non Sequitur 6 days ago

    We once got the whole “letter saying your a member of a class action suit bit” in the mail and sent back our card saying we elected to be a member of the class and not take individual action. It was a company we’d owned shares of stock in at one time. A year or so later we got the check for our share of the settlement: 5 cents! Never cashed it, makes a great conversation piece. The lawyers got something like 30 million. Anybody else ever have something like that happen to them?

  9. StCleve72 commented on Non Sequitur 7 days ago

    My thought exactly.

  10. StCleve72 commented on Doonesbury 7 days ago

    A local in Key West told me a story back in ‘80 of a cigarette boat being chased by the DEA dumping bales overboard. As they washed up on the shore the locals pulled up in pickups and vans and celebrated Xmas morning early. True? Apocryphal? I wasn’t there but in Key West one hears some great stories.