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Raising Duncan by Chris Browne and Chris Browne

Raising Duncan

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  1. denniesim commented on Emmy Lou about 1 month ago

    Candy stripers, I remember that! We had a white and pink striped dress and white pinafore. I don’t remember a cusp at sll. This is a great comic strip.

    I love looking at the way the fashions of the time were drawn and remembering. I showed one comic to my daughter and told her “I had those shoes!” She was not impressed, and didn’t even think they were particularly attractive. Tsk, the younger generation…

  2. denniesim commented on Citizen Dog 4 months ago

    I’m sorry if this if out of line. If one of your friends us being treated badly, why not form your own group to “meet” where you can include anybody toy want? You could form a secret or private group on Facebook. There are forums for free at Dylphi. Lots of options, if you’re not getting what you need.

  3. denniesim commented on Free Range 5 months ago

    Lobsters!!!

  4. denniesim commented on For Better or For Worse 5 months ago

    My mother was a dental hygienist who smoked heavily. She would hold the bite wing Xray film in people’s mouth when she Xrayed their molars. Way back in the past before they worried acout the radiation exposure. Poor thing didn’t have a chance. She died in 1965 at almost 40 years old.

  5. denniesim commented on Cul de Sac 7 months ago

    I love this family!

  6. denniesim commented on Jump Start 8 months ago

    She’s his mother. Didn’t she teach all this to him growing up?

  7. denniesim commented on Nancy 9 months ago

    Yeah, he’s nervous because he’s going to pop the question.

  8. denniesim commented on Betty 11 months ago

    Shiritaki noodles. They taste okay, but they really aren’t all that suitable for spaghetti. Better in stir fry type dishes. The texture is different, too. Interesting choice for gluten (wheat) intolerant or trying low carb. I think some shiritaki noodles have zero carbs but contain some protein.

  9. denniesim commented on Brevity 11 months ago

    Not her fault. She was a pawn of the two surviving adults that she made the mistake to trust! Her house fell on the first witch, not her fault. Then the “good” witch prompts her to take the ruby slippers, deprives her of the knowledge that she has the capability to return home and sends her off alone on a mission to a far city. The wizard then refuses to help her or her companions until they kill his rival. Some kids’ story!

  10. denniesim commented on On A Claire Day 11 months ago

    I don’t like this. I was a neuro nurse and I know that anything that starts in the head is usually Bad News. Why is this happening?