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  1. Pauljmsn commented on Skippy 28 days ago

    Not if your favorite pastime was listening in on your neighbors’private lives. Great fun!

  2. Pauljmsn commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 30 days ago

    She must be in Kansas. We’re big on sunflowers here for some reason.

  3. Pauljmsn commented on Francis about 1 month ago

    There’s a meme making the rounds about a Christian, a Jew, an Atheist, a Muslim and a Buddhist walking into a bar. They proceed to sit down, have a few drinks, have a nice friendly conversation and get along just fine.

    Not much of a boffo punchline, but I think it’s the sort of story we need nowadays.

  4. Pauljmsn commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics about 1 month ago

    As always, Winsor MaCay’s artwork is gorgeous, and this fellow’s skating outfit is wonderfully goofy. But, and this is just my opinion, but I think the wording is poorly drafted. In panel three, for example, the word “enough” had to curl up to fit in the balloon. I’ve seen this problem before in “Little Nemo” and I think it takes away from the comic a bit.

    Maybe that was normal for comics back then.

  5. Pauljmsn commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria about 1 month ago

    Oh, I don’t know. Kevin McCarthy did pretty well in “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”.

    Actually, running into traffic and screaming “YOU’RE NEXT!” would fit right in in Washington.

  6. Pauljmsn commented on Skippy about 1 month ago

    What was this, 1928? Talkies were so new that a lot of people probably didn’t understand how they worked. The stuttering excuse might actually work.

  7. Pauljmsn commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 2 months ago

    Heh. This reminds me of Jean Shepherd’s famous literary hoax concerning a nonexistent novel “I’ Libertine” in the 50s. He presuaded the fans of his radio show to request this novel at bookstores. It apparently landed on the New York Times bestseller list. THEN Theodore Sturgeon was persuaded to write it.

    It’s interesting to hear that there was more than one hoax like that out there. Well plaped, sir.


  8. Pauljmsn commented on Liberty Meadows 2 months ago

    “Kreegah bundolo!” Authentic ape language according to ERB. “Kreegah” is “Beware”, but I’m not sure what “Bundolo” is. “Kill”, maybe.

  9. Pauljmsn commented on Get Fuzzy 2 months ago

    Ah, but does the ass bleat about “family values”?

  10. Pauljmsn commented on Francis 2 months ago

    This is going to be an interesting week.