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commented on Barney & Clyde
over 2 years ago
@Dee; @shytimes2: Whew. I had just commented on the very erudite comments this strip tends to engender on a different day. New to this strip and impressed so far with the audience. I was in danger of having to eat my words on this day’s comments. You have both saved me.
I’ve just been introduced to this strip and if it generates this erudite level of comment I’m in.
@GatoCatI sure wish Bill Gates, or Andrew Carnegie for that matter were as philanthropic as we would like to think. As one who knows a number of MS employees, I learned that Bill is only giving now for same reason Carnegie was back in the day. Both ruthless business men, some one who you don’t want to see on the other side of the conference table; nasty men. But in later years understood that they wanted to leave a legacy of people thinking well of them. It worked for Carnegie. Will probably work also for Bill. I’d say Bill’s lucky to have Melissa or he might not have gotten to this point. At least these men do spend their money for good eventually, whatever the motivation, I am at least grateful for that.
commented on Stone Soup
over 2 years ago
@Milestheglassguy Of course. I thought I recognized the paper. I haven’t been in Eugene for a few years but I should have caught that. How fun.
Perhaps I’m the only one in the Portland area who didn’t realize until this moment that Jan is an Oregonian. As soon as i saw “Coco the Chimp” it was very clear. Coco is an elderly matron chimp at the Oregon Zoo. Only a local would know that. Heck of a deal. Given the tone of the strip it makes a lot of sense. I love the side-swipe at our ridiculous health care system. And we call ourselves a first world country.
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