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  1. corpcasselbury commented on Wizard of Id Classics about 14 hours ago

    It’s rather more complicated than that. Custer and all the rest of the Army officers participating in that campaign were certain that the Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne would scatter the moment they found out that the troops were anywhere near them; this had been the case in the past. They had no way of knowing that the tribes had decided to stand and fight this time. This came as a nasty shock to not only Custer, but to General George Crook as well; he was defeated at the Battle of the Rosebud eight days prior to Little Bighorn, and he had a more powerful force than Custer did.

  2. corpcasselbury commented on Working Daze 1 day ago

    The Ghosts of Working Daze Past.

  3. corpcasselbury commented on Luann 1 day ago

    I remember my wedding. My bride walked down the aisle toward me, and I knew that there was no more beautiful woman on the face of the Earth, and that I was the most blessed man alive. And both of these things still hold true, 21 years later.

  4. corpcasselbury commented on Luann 1 day ago

    Yeah, really.

  5. corpcasselbury commented on Bottomliners 1 day ago

    Definitely not a good sign.

  6. corpcasselbury commented on Herman 3 days ago

    The van Gogh was destroyed in a fire and was replaced by an Andrew Wyeth.

  7. corpcasselbury commented on Working Daze 4 days ago

    So that’s what that wheezing and grinding noise was.

  8. corpcasselbury commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 4 days ago

    Theodore Roosevelt was not President in 1910; his term had ended the previous year. William Howard Taft was President.

  9. corpcasselbury commented on Luann 4 days ago

    The dog is the ring bearer? This bodes ill.

  10. corpcasselbury commented on Luann 4 days ago

    The title of the short was “The Brideless Groom”, and the actor’s name was Emil Sitka.