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  1. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 5 days ago

    The dog is a Keeshond names Sasha.

  2. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 5 days ago

    “Kill the Wabbit” was repeatedly used when the Bunnies did “The Hunger Games.”

  3. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 14 days ago

    There’s disagreement because the “new” Harper Lee novel (which she never wanted published) is “Go Set a Watchman.” The Alan Moore/Dave Gibbons graphic novel series is “Watchmen.”

  4. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 19 days ago

    I haven’t gotten a donation since 2008. Frequently Impecunious Questions, however, doesn’t have the same ring.

  5. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 22 days ago

    The rest of the translation is accurate.

    When I use a foreign language, by the way, that text is not necessarily important to the joke. If you don’t understand it without the foreign language text, you won’t understand it with.

  6. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 22 days ago

    Look at the letters used. It is Odysseus. Our plucky translator friend changed it to the Roman version.

  7. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria about 1 month ago

    This week’s storyline is literarily falling apart.

  8. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 2 months ago

    “He constitutes a Pastis of Evil, arming to threaten the humor of our world.”

  9. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 3 months ago

    Heads up folks. I’m in for Jury Duty next week so the strip will be re-running some stuff from 2010.

  10. pabsungenis commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 3 months ago

    Cameron will have to. The LibDems won’t join back up with him (if they even have a suitable number of seats after how their supporters hate what Clegg has done to them these past five years). There aren’t enough little right wing parties to give him a governing majority. The only hope he will have is a coalition with UKIP. And when it comes down to it, he will be too desperate to stay in power to take the high ground.

    Unless Labour wins enough seats for a majority (and they won’t), UKIP will be in the driver’s seat.