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  1. puddleglum1066 commented on MythTickle about 10 hours ago

    Now that I think of it, Dudley ought to be canned HAGGIS (yes, there is such a thing)…

  2. puddleglum1066 commented on MythTickle about 12 hours ago

    “Who-hash”? Nah, Dudley is definitely more canned HAM!

  3. puddleglum1066 commented on Super-Fun-Pak Comix 3 days ago

    Funny thing, that: unlike most changes that happen rather quietly and invisibly, so that we wake up wondering how we turned from human to cockroach, the moment at which “citizen” was redefined to “consumer” can be pinpointed: September 12, 2001, when President George W. Bush said the best way for us to respond to the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington was to… go shopping.

  4. puddleglum1066 commented on Rudy Park 3 days ago

    “Excuse me, I’m looking for a Mister Hugh Jass…”

  5. puddleglum1066 commented on Candorville 3 days ago

    Hmm… “Cosby Show” was a work of fiction. The lead character’s name was “Cliff Huxtable,” not “Bill Cosby” (Cosby was simply the actor who played the role). Refusing to watch the show because it turns out Cosby himself is more than a bit of a nasty human being is kinda like boycotting baseball because Joe DiMaggio was a racist.

  6. puddleglum1066 commented on Shoe 3 days ago

    And yet, we send over 90 percent of these guys back to congress each time we’re given a chance to replace them. Tells me we must like the polka a lot.

  7. puddleglum1066 commented on Candorville 4 days ago

    Well, of course the turkey’s happy—thanks to people running off to shop on what was supposed to be a feast day, he didn’t get eaten!

  8. puddleglum1066 commented on Shoe 4 days ago

    Everybody says they want this gift, but on the morning of the 26th, they all seem to be lined up at the exchange window, asking for guns and bombs.

  9. puddleglum1066 commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    My first thought upon seeing this strip was “what a neat, open ended strip, kind of like the very best final strips of comics like ‘Calvin & Hobbes’ or ‘Opus.’” My second thought, of course, was “Oh no! Wiley’s not ending the strip, is he?” Then I found Wiley’s explanation. Thanks… now I can breathe again…

  10. puddleglum1066 commented on Ink Pen 4 days ago

    I first thought it was a dangling modifier. Then I wondered if in fact Tyr’s telling us that this whole sacrificing-the-hand thing was the dwarves’ idea, not his.