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  1. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 16 days 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.

  2. tharpa commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 17 days ago

    This is what I remember grown-ups being like. Kids have to put up with so much #$!).

  3. tharpa commented on La Cucaracha 6 months ago

    The truth is still interesting, but less impressive. It’s not true that 85 people own half of the world’s wealth. It’s that the 85 people own as much wealth as the 50% of the world’s poorest people. Still food for thought, but not what Alcaraz claimed. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/jan/20/oxfam-85-richest-people-half-of-the-world

  4. tharpa commented on Get Fuzzy 6 months ago

    Of course, dogs do have ankles, since the have feet. The vets may not call them ankles, but they’re still ankles.

  5. tharpa commented on Navy Bean 6 months ago

    I’m glad you don’t force your beliefs on anyone. No one should have the right to believe what that “minister” did.

  6. tharpa commented on The Vernal Pool 8 months ago

    Actually, a “Sugar Daddy” isn’t a pimp, but an older man with enough money to keep a mistress.

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

    Sigh. I’ve now read them all. Best strip on GoComics.

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

    No, david, he’s predicting continued large families, not larger ones. He was basically wrong about that, except maybe in Utah. (Is that true, DDD?)

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

    skjam, do you see that the only one that was real was the little dog? The others were the author’s imagination of what it would lead to. In other words, women having little dogs was considered a fad in 1900!

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

    “Real food used in the banquet scene”. Yeah, there’d be a sign like that.