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  1. cvuco commented on Cathy about 5 years ago

    $80 for Louboutins? Cathy has no excuse not to product-place those red-sole slippers the way all the movie actresses do now! Hey, Guisewite!

  2. cvuco commented on Broom Hilda over 5 years ago

    Oh, so? Lately I’ve been counting to ten between bites. With exercise, it seems to be working.

  3. cvuco commented on Shoe over 5 years ago

    I can never be a plugger. I bought a few of those canvas bags, but when I attempted to use them, my dad was afraid the store was going to have me arrested for shoplifting.

  4. cvuco commented on Shoe almost 6 years ago

    He just fell on his Louboutins!

    (You saw that clip of J-Lo on some award show.)

  5. cvuco commented on Candorville almost 6 years ago

    No wonder she’s retiring.

  6. cvuco commented on On A Claire Day almost 6 years ago

    Bumper in “The Middletons,” Cagney in “Zack Hill,” and now this guy with a dog! Are you all trying to tell me something? Oh, yes: Rent “Marley & Me” at Blockbuster!

  7. cvuco commented on Dick Tracy almost 6 years ago

    While the east coast fans get a hold of the tiger whisperer, a message to TMS: It’s a fast-paced world out there, and “Dick Tracy” has to adjust. No, not a two-way wrist Blackberry Storm2; I mean shorter storylines - “Law & Order” didn’t take half a year to toss a perp, y’know.

  8. cvuco commented on Compu-toon almost 6 years ago

    That reminds me of the episode of “Gilligan’s Island” where they tried to spell “SOS” so orbiting astronauts could see it; naturally they wind up misspelling it in some goofy calamity…

  9. cvuco commented on Bound and Gagged almost 6 years ago

    I just read that the Kindle doesn’t help blind people do more with it. (Yes, it talks, but it doesn’t tell them how to press the talk button.) Can’t wait to see Summers’ cartoon on this in his day job.

  10. cvuco commented on Broom Hilda almost 6 years ago

    I remember seeing Russell Myers as a celebrity on the game show “Pictionary,” the rare time that they had actual cartoonists on the show. They took the board game and made it like “Win, Lose or Draw.”