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  1. dsom8 commented on Shoe 6 days ago

    The comments have better puns than the strip. Of course, Shoe had to provide the context.

  2. dsom8 commented on Rubes 15 days ago

    There’s a recent story about a Finnish auditor who was dead for 2 days before he was discovered inside his closed-door office. Rest in peace.

  3. dsom8 commented on For Better or For Worse 16 days ago

    @USN1977 yesterday:

    That is completely different. A serious topic in a usually funny strip is the cartoonist’s prerogative, and usually appreciated for the cartoonist’s intent (even if disagreeing with the POV). The comments I am referring to seek to remove all the humor without replacing it with a message, nor are they suggesting a strip that is designed for serious messages.

    @howtheduck today: I just want you to know I enjoyed you comment today (the first one, specifically). You have valuable and interesting things to say, and it is appreciated when you do so. Thanks!

  4. dsom8 commented on For Better or For Worse 17 days ago

    Some seem to want today’s strip to be written as:

    Panel 1. Elly: Thanks for peeling the carrots, Michael.
    Panel 2. Michael: You’re welcome, Mom.

    Wouldn’t that be a riotously funny strip?

  5. dsom8 commented on Non Sequitur 21 days ago

    After ACA, health care is hardly a good example of private enterprise.

  6. dsom8 commented on Calvin and Hobbes 22 days ago

    The principal is seeing the psychiatrist.

  7. dsom8 commented on Rubes 24 days ago

    You’ve all made good points.

  8. dsom8 commented on For Better or For Worse 24 days ago

    I think you’re wrong, Michael; they aren’t trying to decide anything. It is a negotiating session, or more likely, a game of one-upsmanship. Mom and Dad are trying to come up with the best way to say, “I’m too tired to even think about dinner,” so that the other will cave and do something – anything – whether it’s pizza, pb&j, or an actual (unlikely) home-cooked meal. We keep frozen pizzas on hand for these situations, and the kids are old enough to handle the task with verbal supervision – but someone still needs to give the authorization. (Which itself is a caving in to one’s own weariness.)

  9. dsom8 commented on Speed Bump 28 days ago


  10. dsom8 commented on In the Bleachers about 1 month ago

    Check out Non-Sequitur today.