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  1. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 1 day ago

    They couldn’t trademark googol, so they changed the spelling.

  2. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 2 days ago

    No, conservatives hate government.
    Just remember what Grover Norquist has repeatedly said, he wants to shrink the government down until he could drown it in a bathtub.

  3. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 8 days ago

    It’s not the food itself, it’s something in the food.
    I vote for high fructose corn syrup as the culprit.
    I don’t care what the food techs say, the massive increase in obesity is directly related to the massive increase in the use of HFCS.
    The food techs are all in the employ of ADM or the companies that use HFCS.

  4. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 8 days ago

    I guess you haven’t seen Wendy Thomas, Dave Thomas’s daughter.
    She dies a Wendy’s ad, she owns a bunch of them & sure ain’t skinny.

  5. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 11 days ago

    Them’s fightin words to us Wiley fans!

  6. strictures commented on Tank McNamara 13 days ago

    Nothing can make soccer interesting.

  7. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 14 days ago

    Is that Gaddafi’s Little Green Book he’s reading?

  8. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 15 days ago

    More like Cumberland Circle in Des Plaines Illinois.
    It’s been there since at least the early 1950s & is also known as “Suicide Circle”
    http://wikimapia.org/1397048/Cumberland-circle

  9. strictures commented on Tank McNamara 16 days ago

    When Bill Veeck built the exploding scoreboard at Sox Park in 1959, he also had the “pitchometer” clock put up there.
    It was a 20 second clock that started as soon as the pitcher got the ball back.
    After a short time, he was forced to stop using it, but it stayed there for many, many years.

  10. strictures commented on Non Sequitur 20 days ago

    No, it’s a bucket suspended by a rope. Probably was supposed to be filled with paint or plaster.