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  1. Francis Kisner commented on Zen Pencils 9 months ago

    I’ve been trying to put names on all the faces in the group near the top. There are a few I don’t recognize. Anyone like to propose a list?

  2. Francis Kisner commented on Frank & Ernest about 1 year ago

    Would I be correct in thinking that the amendments were not passed at the Constitutional Convention?

  3. Francis Kisner commented on Frank & Ernest almost 2 years ago

    The threads are reversed. This must be an extractor.

  4. Francis Kisner commented on Magic in a Minute about 3 years ago

    If the strip is wide enough, try cutting down the center a second time. This will create TWO loops which are hooked together.

  5. Francis Kisner commented on Magic in a Minute almost 4 years ago

    I think the paper clips have to be aligned in the way shown in the picture. If they are not oriented correctly, they will only run into each other. When they meet, the end of the loop of one has to hit the open top loop of the other.

  6. Francis Kisner commented on Basic Instructions over 5 years ago

    The Boxing Glove is explained in an earlier strip.

  7. Francis Kisner commented on Non Sequitur about 6 years ago

    The act of creating a pre-nup is a statement that the people do NOT believe the marriage is lasting. That is why some of the churches will not witness a marriage when there is a pre-nup.
    Sorry to read that some of us as so cynical about both marriage and religion. For the record, I think marriage preceded any of the organized religions we now know. It seems likely that our ancestors developed the concept to protect the couple from intrusion, the children and wife from abandonment.

  8. Francis Kisner commented on Non Sequitur over 6 years ago

    Regarding loudmouthbass’ question: Article 1, Section 3 reads: Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other Persons.

    The 3/5 of other Persons is a reference to slaves.


  9. Francis Kisner commented on Wizard of Id almost 7 years ago

    Out upon it, I have lov’d Three whole days together; And am like to love three more, If it prove fair weather. from The Constant Lover - by Sir John Suckling