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  1. Sevenfeet commented on Luann 8 months ago

    Which is why I lost some respect for him after comments were ended. For a guy that spends a lot of time in his strips extolling the virtues of art, he misses a big part of it. Art is more than the creation of a work. After creation it is meant to be seen, heard, felt, experienced, enjoyed and yes, criticized. Throwing it over the wall without a chance for criticism neuters the consumer of said art in their ability to respond to the work.

  2. Sevenfeet commented on Luann 9 months ago

    I thought they’d done it already. Remember the car at the make-out point? And her mother miles away having a premonition that something had changed? So this means that Gunther has lost his virginity before Luann? Scandalous.

  3. Sevenfeet commented on Peanuts 9 months ago

    One of my favorite Sally strips. “YOU STUPID STAR!” Brilliant.

  4. Sevenfeet commented on Nancy 9 months ago

    Cute, but I would have gone with “Plastino’s Plant Food” since he was a Superman artist.

  5. Sevenfeet commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 months ago

    Do we hear the first two questions every day? Yes. But I long got used to it. Sometimes you meet nice people that way.

  6. Sevenfeet commented on Peanuts Begins 11 months ago

    It’s amazing how much the early Peanuts years were the Patty and Shermy show, with much less Charlie Brown and Snoopy. Eventually Patty was relegated to second tier status and Shermy pretty much disappeared entirely.

  7. Sevenfeet commented on Working Daze about 1 year ago

    Not sure where you’re getting your stats from. Long term unemployment has certainly been a problem, even in my household. But it’s beginning to show real progress in the last 6 months and my wife starts her new job next week.

    Wall Street Gifting? Can you be more precise as to what you are talking about? Corporate Welfare programs, maybe? If so, I’m not sure if anything exceeds GOP lawmakers dreams on that subject.

    Your wage data is flat out wrong. If it were correct, then we’d be in the middle of a deflationary period, which is bad for the economy and is being seen in some of the weaker EU countries right now (like Spain).

    Policies cancelled by Obamacare? The Affordable Care Act eliminates insurance policies that were barely worth the paper it was printed on because it covered so little for the money. The President got in trouble by saying if you liked your insurance you could keep it since the whole point of getting rid of these policies was to “raise all boats” as it were and get people out of simple catastrophic coverage and move them to policies with wellness checkups and other benefits, which is where you see real long term savings for the insurance pool as a whole.

  8. Sevenfeet commented on Tank McNamara about 1 year ago

    Cue Prof. Zzap…

  9. Sevenfeet commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 year ago

    Two stories: several years ago, a friend of mine described the Christmas party at his parents house where friends and family had gathered and the family cat bounded into the middle of the room, getting the attention of all who were there…and then everyone noticed the mouse tail hanging from the cat’s mouse that slowly disappeared at the animal was being swallowed.

    The second story is from my wife when she was a kid. They had two golden retrievers who were let out during the day to play (and hunt) in the woods behind the house. They often brought back small kills…squirrels and the like to the back porch. One day they brought half a beaver (the back half). Those dogs were right proud of themselves. My wife and her four sisters were screaming…well, like girls.

  10. Sevenfeet commented on Peanuts Begins about 1 year ago

    This is great but still waiting for strips I haven’t seen. These first strips have been published before for decades. I remember getting the Peanuts Jubilee coffee table book back in the mid-70’s when I was a kid that had them.