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Rudy Park by Darrin Bell and Theron Heir

Rudy Park

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  1. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 6 months ago

    Hey, dead guy in the comic strip (not all the other commenters): Ever hear of Form 1041?

  2. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on Rudy Park 12 months ago

    Sadie, don’t kvetch! Rudy is actually writing a book instead of doing his on-line stuff.

  3. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on Frank & Ernest over 1 year ago

    Frank and Ernest, ain’t it the truth?

  4. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on The Born Loser over 1 year ago

    Misspelled my last comment. It’s Phishing@IRS.Gov

  5. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on The Born Loser over 1 year ago

    The same thing in an e-mail? Report it to Phising@IRS.Gov

  6. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse about 2 years ago

    John, breakfast sounds nice. I’ll join your family and share pancakes with you. Elly and the children don’t know what they’re missing.

  7. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on On A Claire Day over 2 years ago

    I suppose one could say “Va te faire futre” but it would probably be counter-productive to say that to the person you’re asking for help. That’s the only curse phrase that I know en francais.

  8. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on Nancy over 2 years ago

    Sluggo, did you see “9 to 5?” That’s a movie about work. It’s a cool movie. You were around in 1981, Sluggo. You’ve been around since I was a kid in the ’50s.

  9. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on On A Claire Day over 2 years ago

    Think again, Claire. Ever heard of IRS’s barter rules?

  10. Amy Lowenstein GoComics Pro Member commented on Broom Hilda over 2 years ago

    Oh, yeah, Nerwin? NOBODY eats parsley? I learned to eat parsley 60 years ago when it was part of the Passover Seder ritual every year. Maybe you have to be Jewish to like parsley, but I got to like it. I eat it. I flavor up my salads with it, and eat it as part of the salad. I add it to my homemade spaghetti sauce.

    Never say “nobody.” Maybe you can say “nobody I know,” but never say “nobody.” There’s always at least one “somebody” who does what you’d never think of.