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  1. LlarryA commented on The Barn 11 months ago

    Mary had a little lamb with fleece as white as snow
    And every where that Mary went the lamb was sure to go
    It followed her to the grocery store, but the prices didn’t please her
    So Mary had a little lamb — and the rest is in the freezer!

  2. LlarryA commented on The Barn 11 months ago

    Mary had a little lamb with fleece as white as snow
    And every where that Mary went the lamb was sure to go
    It followed her to school one day, what a generous thing to do
    For now the cafeteria serves Mary’s Little Lamb Stew.

  3. LlarryA commented on PreTeena about 1 year ago

    There once was a man
    From Nantucket, and he was
    Confused by Haikus

  4. LlarryA commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    I think Jef just doesn’t like names having phonically-redundant fourth letters…

  5. LlarryA commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria over 1 year ago

    Need to be careful not to run afoul (trademark-wise) of “Big-Ass Fans” (a real company).

  6. LlarryA commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria over 2 years ago

    Nice touch that the coins seem to actually be sixpence.

  7. LlarryA commented on Off the Mark over 2 years ago

    A guy I worked with some years ago was telling me about a relative’s farm back east he used to visit where they took in a stray cat who showed up one day. After a couple of weeks, they noticed there were no more field mice around. Sometime later, the barn rats were gone, and some of the smaller kinds of birds. Larger birds and other rodents (moles, gophers) followed suit. In not too long, they were free of varmints up to a surprising size. He also swore that one time he was visiting and saw this cat apparently stalking a cow…

  8. LlarryA commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria almost 3 years ago

    @masterskrain:

    No, the rain in Spain falls mainly on the Spanish.

  9. LlarryA commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria almost 3 years ago

    In my school days in the ‘80s, I remember discussion of an on-going battle between the north Germans, south Germans and the Swiss as to the proper use (if at all) of the Eszett. I suspect it’s still not been resolved…

  10. LlarryA commented on PreTeena about 3 years ago

    To quote Caulfield, from “Frazz”, 10/13/2003:

    “In 1492,
    Columbus sailed the ocean blue
    And landed by coincidence
    In front of long-term residents
    So while Columbus claimed a lot
    I reckon he discovered squat.”