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  1. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Clay Bennett 11 days ago

    To lonecat…well said.

  2. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Frankie Comics about 1 month ago

    We always do the unexpected. Just ask me.

  3. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Ten Cats over 1 year ago

    Miss Kitty, Freddy, Petey and Tag say Merry Christmas to you and yours. We love the comic strip. Wish more people were like Annie.

  4. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Mike Luckovich almost 2 years ago

    Can that allegation be proved? If so, maybe there should be an investigation. Think?

  5. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Pat Oliphant about 2 years ago

    This “cartoon” is inappropriate and disrespectfull of everyone involved. No matter what anyone thinks of President Obama, show some class and dignity in saying so.

  6. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Ten Cats about 2 years ago

    Annie is a very sweet girl. One every mom would love to have as a daughter. Love yor strip.

  7. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 2 years ago

    I love this little character. He reminds me of my son at that age….long ago.

  8. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Danziger over 2 years ago

    We were taught to do this in the forties and early fifties, because of WWII and Korea. Not the enemy is within. I can’t imagine being a child today and not having a safe place to be with adults. Very sad.

  9. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy over 2 years ago

    I wonder if you can get a government grant to start a program to assist unwed fathers with getting their start.

  10. bramble GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Danziger over 2 years ago

    I thought it was “Good Friday” not “Black Friday”. I guess the crucifix is to remind us why there is Christmas. And in earlier times I believe gift giving was done around Jan. 6th not Christmas eve/Day. But I believe the Victorians moved gift giving to Christmas. Something to think about and research, maybe?