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  1. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde 17 days ago

    Wonderful, ambiguous communication. I love it.

  2. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Andertoons 28 days ago

    Half of a Yellow Sun

  3. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    Good response to helping the customer feel at ease.

    “Find the capers” (alternately, pearl barley) has always elementary in training new hires to think both as a stocker and as a customer.

  4. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Gray Matters 2 months ago

    THAT I did not know. Thanks for the addition. (I’m old: I simply grew up with the term and never felt the need seek its etymology.)

  5. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Gray Matters 2 months ago

    Ha! I don’t think anyone under the age of 40 will get the pun. The last time I saw it in print was the early 20th Century.

  6. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    Rat’s mail room experience has been achieved, for he eventually went postal.

  7. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on NEUROTICA 6 months ago

    Correction: Cousin Itt.

  8. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on NEUROTICA 6 months ago

    So, “I.T.” is Cousin It. Nice homage to Charles Addams, Allison. I admit that I didn’t get the connection until this panel.

  9. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on The Worst Thing I've Ever Done 6 months ago

    The shame can scarcely be weighed. Even in the 70’s, the heinous concentration camps were still editorially dismissed as unfortunate but understandable acts done out of fear.

    We are so fortunate that the victims of Japanese internment, native American genocide, and slavery have been less interested in retribution and more interested in fair, equal public policy.

    I’m sorry.

  10. fitz GoComics Pro Member commented on Beardo 8 months ago

    Barista, in Italian, is of common gender. For English speakers cursorily familiar with Italian grammar, it may appear feminine on first encounter, as evidenced by the existence of the hypercorrect derivation baristo, intended as its masculine counterpart.

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