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  1. fredd13 commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 4 days ago

    Neologisms are words too.

  2. fredd13 commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 9 days ago

    Fits quite well to the Riddle song (“I gave my love a cherry”).

  3. fredd13 commented on Skin Horse 15 days ago

    Of course! I KNEW Chris was channelling someone familiar…!

  4. fredd13 commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 1 month ago

    @BrassOrchid

    No, otherwise Unicorn “magic” would just be mundane, hum-drum physics shorn of an explanation. Clearly Marigold is genuinely manipulating Cold.

  5. fredd13 commented on Skin Horse about 1 month ago

    Don’t go there.

    (No, really. Don’t.)

  6. fredd13 commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn about 1 month ago

    A man of taste (and probably a few summers, if you’re old enough to remember that puzzle). The exact same thing went through my mind.

  7. fredd13 commented on Skin Horse about 1 month ago

    “With a degree in Maths and another in Astrophysics, what else was there to do? It was either that or the dole queue again on Monday.”

    Hithhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.)

  8. fredd13 commented on Luann 2 months ago

    Could be that that’s what this plot arc is about – shading the black-and-white into greys. Jonah may not be the best father, but he made it along in the end and Shannon clearly still needs him.

  9. fredd13 commented on The Buckets 2 months ago

    It’s not actually inconsistent for “your” universe to be full of illusory people who have the same idea as you. Even if you’re the only one who’s right. (You’re not, of course; if either of us is, it’s me. Cogito ergo sum – “I think, therefore it adds up”. But who am I to shatter your illusions?)

  10. fredd13 commented on Skin Horse 2 months ago

    Couldn’t agree more. Read both. Last time I re-read Narbonic, Shaenon had a commentary alongside the strip, which was fascinating in its own right. And after “Narbonic”, don’t miss out on “Li’l Mell and Sergio”, either.