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  1. Pauljmsn commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics 1 day ago

    That single panel is gorgeous.

  2. Pauljmsn commented on Kliban 1 day ago

    Waiting for the first Rightist commentator to blame this on unions and the first Leftist commentator to blame this on deregulation.

    3… 2…

  3. Pauljmsn commented on Skippy 1 day ago

    Now I wonder if there ever was a horseshoe pitch on the White House grounds. There may well have been.

  4. Pauljmsn commented on Get Fuzzy 1 day ago

    Oh, it’s easy. Hillary has just the one marriage and has no bankruptcies to brag about.

  5. Pauljmsn commented on Doonesbury 1 day ago

    Oh, dear, this is very disturbing.

    1984 WAS a presidential election year. Election years are divisible by 4, and 1984 is divisible by 4. Get out your pocket calculators and see.

    I don’t know what this says about the state of education in this country.

  6. Pauljmsn commented on Skippy 5 days ago

    Now I wonder when they finally got rid of cuspidors in the White House. IF they ever did.

  7. Pauljmsn commented on Doonesbury 6 days ago

    I’m unsure what to make of Hefner and Playboy. On the one hand, the magazine does exploit women (actually, compared to other men’s mags, it’s relatively prudish), On the other, the editorial stance is quite liberal, including reproductive rights. (Yes, I look at Playboy occasionally, and, yes, I do read the articles.)

  8. Pauljmsn commented on Brewster Rockit 11 days ago

    At some point in the past, in one of its satirical comics, Marvel mentioned something about Ant Man really being Aunt May, Boy, would that surprise Peter Parker!

  9. Pauljmsn commented on Tank McNamara 12 days ago

    I don’t think it’s a good idea for him to say anything when that woman right next to him is holding the ball. It looks like it could do some damage.

  10. Pauljmsn commented on Over the Hedge 12 days ago

    TV nostalgia? All right…

    We lived between Topeka and Kansas City. We got the three network affiliates – though ABC reception was poor – out of KC and a CBS affiliate from Topeka. Then some time in the late 60s or early 70s, this station called NET started to come out of, I think, Topeka and showed us a different type of programming; RJ wouldn’t understand it. UHF was just a rumor to us.

    When I moved out to a different town, I discovered the joys of cable.