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  1. wjspencer commented on Wizard of Id 2 days ago

    I was going to say that I didn’t get this … but then I realized I probably wouldn’t understand the explanation either.

  2. wjspencer commented on Dilbert Classics 5 days ago

    I read it as Dopey Bobby was the Principal at the time Dilbert was in school.

  3. wjspencer commented on Betty 9 days ago

    Having the machine at home will eventually get boring. Go out to a cafe when you’re in the mood and you’ll feel like you accomplished something.

  4. wjspencer commented on Betty 11 days ago

    Look who grew a chin! And hair!

  5. wjspencer commented on Dilbert Classics 22 days ago

    I wonder what the fish learned to do first – walk or talk?

  6. wjspencer commented on B.C. 26 days ago

    I’m not sure why going south would make a difference. Don’t they celebrate Thanksgiving down there?

  7. wjspencer commented on Loose Parts 26 days ago

    But clothing should not be allowed!

  8. wjspencer commented on The Buckets 28 days ago

    We had a party line at home back in the 50’s for a few years. But even after private lines became the norm there was a way to talk to random people in the neighborhood (mostly other kids) on a make-shift party line.

    If you dialed your own number you would get a busy signal. Someone discovered that the busy signal generator was a device common to a certain number of private lines – probably determined by a section of the cross-bar switches at the phone office. So everyone who got a valid busy signal was temporarily connected together, and by carefully pacing your words you could talk and ask questions over the signal to whomever was also hearing a busy signal at that time.“Hi beep who beep are beep you beep?” “Ginny beep Stewart beep who beep are beep you?” And so on. Sometimes three or four kids would be tied together playing this game. I wonder if it still works today.

  9. wjspencer commented on The Buckets 28 days ago

    You had a phone in your room? When I was in college (early 60’s) we only had a pay phone in the hall.
    It seems a bit odd that by the time dorm rooms got their own phones they were still using party line systems. Probably only on the campus and not elsewhere in town.

  10. wjspencer commented on PC and Pixel 28 days ago

    Or perhaps in the UK.