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  1. Ottodesu commented on Rip Haywire about 18 hours ago

    I don’t read this strip regularly, but I’m glad I caught it when Breezy entered the scene originally.

  2. Ottodesu commented on Clay Jones about 18 hours ago

    I want one of them TVs that don’t need no electricity cable.

  3. Ottodesu commented on Rose is Rose 3 days ago

    Yay Vicki!

  4. Ottodesu commented on Luann 14 days ago

    I’d actually agree with that, except that the “soldier age” of conscription is 18.
    If you can die for your country, then you can certainly vote for your country.

  5. Ottodesu commented on Jerry Holbert 15 days ago

    You need a little reading comprehension.

    I said that I run a business digitising old photography, with particular emphasis on century old glass plate negatives of soldiers. It’s not a “little photography hobby”, but a thriving business that contributes to national heritage of our countries.

    I am not in the USA, should leave your veterans photography to you. However, we have digitised WWI American soldiers from plates found in France.

    So I have professionally paid my respect to your soldiers, what have you done to promote it to your young people, intend of just bellyaching about it?

  6. Ottodesu commented on Monty 16 days ago

    Hi Susan!

  7. Ottodesu commented on Monty 16 days ago

    Meh.
    I’ve seen bigger.

  8. Ottodesu commented on Luann 16 days ago

    Not only is voting compulsory in Australia, there are no queues lined up waiting to vote when the polls close.

    How does the USA muck up democracy so badly?

    Don’t get me wrong, I love the USA, but as we’ve seen Quill do, valid criticism of friends is a form of loving.

    Also, Australian elections are always on a Saturday. That’s a radical idea that enables most people to find the time to walk to the nearest polling station.

  9. Ottodesu commented on Jerry Holbert 16 days ago

    And before anyone points fingers at me, I am not the one complaining about “kids these days”.

    Also, I have indeed done something: my business focuses on digitising old photography, with particular emphasis on century old glass plate negatives of soldiers.

    Not surprisingly (to me), Young People find the resulting imagery incredibly moving and fascinating.

    That’s because they see great-great-Grandfather not as an old man, but someone their age, doing it tough because they believed in their cause.

  10. Ottodesu commented on Jerry Holbert 16 days ago

    So, what are you doing about it?
    Spielberg has made a couple of movies on the theme.
    Not saying you should do something as grand, but bellyaching is pathetic.