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  1. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Fred Basset 26 days ago

    ""Wellingtons" are a style of boots popularized by the first Duke of Wellington.

  2. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Rubes 4 months ago

    This reminds me of Gary Larson’s style of humor in his “Far Side” strip!

  3. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on In the Bleachers 4 months ago

    “Before you go Steve, leave my popcorn and soft drink please!”

  4. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo 4 months ago

    “I have often walked down this street before but the pavement never left my feet before!”

  5. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 8 months ago

    OK! I’ll address the 500 pound elephant in the room! How can these kids play organized baseball during recess which, as I recall, typically lasted 15 minutes or so???

  6. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Fred Basset 8 months ago

    “Chance would be a fine thing.” British idiom?? Meaning??

  7. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 9 months ago

    As a Patriots fan I loved the “tuck rule” reference! It only half made up for the way the Pats were robbed in the 1977 playoffs when referee Ben Dreith handed the Raiders a free path into SB XI with a totally bogus roughing the passer call against the Pats after they had stopped the Raiders on 4th down in the last minute of the game.

  8. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Off the Mark about 1 year ago

    “However, call me back if you start acting a little batty!”

  9. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo over 1 year ago

    What you describe is superstitious behavior and has nothing whatever to do with the actual teachings of Catholicism.

  10. paulcfx GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo over 1 year ago

    Anyone who makes any effort at all to investigate what Catholics actually believe about statues would understand that they don’t worship or pray to them. Statues, or other forms of religious art, are intended to help create a prayerful atmosphere by raising a person’s mind to spiritual matters.