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  1. tharpa commented on The K Chronicles 1 day ago

    Or maybe it’s because I sometimes mistype “there” when it should be their and word gets out.

  2. tharpa commented on The K Chronicles 1 day ago

    I can’t speak for Seattle, but I know that in the DC area, I’m constantly having to tell employees of various establishments that I know how to read. They’re always telling me stuff like, “Click Next”, or “Move over to Line Number 4” as if I’m illiterate and/or too dumb to figure things out for myself. Maybe it’s because there’s so many people in the D.C. area for whom English is not there first language, that they don’t want to treat someone differently just because they look like they’re probably English-literate.

  3. tharpa commented on Magic in a Minute 18 days ago

    Cool!

  4. tharpa commented on Lucky Cow 18 days ago

    Perpetuates the myth that people should reduce their consumption of carbohydrates.

  5. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    “I always thought he hit the pipe”, is that a joking reference to opium smoking?

  6. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    @Thomas, maybe he climbed to the roof from a window?

  7. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    NG, Yes, a milk-maid couldn’t afford underwear like that.

  8. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    In 1913, $150 = $3,611.26 2014 dollars.

  9. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 3 months ago

    I always try to be kind to real animals, but I’m not terribly bothered by a poor hotelephant catching on fire. Not nearly as bad as Itchy and Scratchy. We are easily as cruel to real animals (factory farms and vivisection) as people were back then, not to mention pre-natal murder of human animals.

  10. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 4 months ago

    dheine, L. Frank Baum wrote ~15 more books on Oz after he wrote the Wizard of Oz, though none of them achieved the same level of fame.