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  1. AJCA commented on Garfield about 2 years ago

    The dud, trying to fill the Lull???? Now, THAT is something……

  2. AJCA commented on Peanuts over 2 years ago

    I should try this sometime. I count numbers and that’s an endless story…… lol

  3. AJCA commented on Break of Day over 2 years ago

    Famous last words Doc

  4. AJCA commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 2 years ago

    The moon was in Full yesterday but I’m guessing it’ll speed all the way to New out of fear of mom

  5. AJCA commented on Peanuts over 2 years ago

    “Hello, Mr. Snoopy? We are calling you because you are a great customer and we want to offer you an upgrade………” LMAO!!!!!!!

  6. AJCA commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 2 years ago

    hahahaha, I want to see how his assertiveness goes down the drain against mom’s Mercurial enforcement, lol

  7. AJCA commented on Bound and Gagged over 2 years ago

    God let him hit the switch to start the Big Bang

  8. AJCA commented on Stone Soup over 2 years ago

    Every time me or my ex-wife wanted to change our oldest son, we used to do it on the bed whenever possible, and right in the middle of it. The thing is that when he was old enough to crawl, as soon as we took the dirty dipper off he would turn around and crawl really fast, while laughing, to the top of the bed, lol

  9. AJCA commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 2 years ago

    Well, I guess this is D day for you Calvin.
    I used to get in huge arguments with my ex-wife because she was an A straight student all through Elementary school up to Senior High and now she gets upset at my kids when they get a B…. geez talk about pressure!!!!!!!
    Now she just rolls her eyes when I tell them it’s ok. They are smart, and as long as they understand what they did wrong, that’s how you learn.

  10. AJCA commented on Break of Day over 2 years ago

    Better than saying that Confucius was the inventor of “confusion”