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  1. LenSatic commented on Daddy's Home about 4 hours ago

    Isn’t he a little young to be boinking?

    (For the youngsters, that’s a Moonlighting reference. ;))

  2. LenSatic commented on Peanuts 12 days ago

    I enlisted in the Army at 17 in 1967. I’d already returned to “The World” when the first took place. My number was 353. Oh, well…Semper Fi!

  3. LenSatic commented on Last Kiss 4 months ago

    Thanks for responding, John. I understand the challenge. It doesn’t always have to be funny, though, poignant works as well.

  4. LenSatic commented on Last Kiss 4 months ago

    I don’t think that this is really appropriate on Memorial Day

  5. LenSatic commented on Shoe 5 months ago

    Irony would be if there was NO deadline for writing obits. ;)

  6. LenSatic commented on Shoe 8 months ago

    Unfortunate timing for this strip. This is the 30th anniversary of the Challenger disaster. Jarvis was a neighbor and McNair worked with my father-in-law. Rest in Peace, crew.

  7. LenSatic commented on Peanuts 10 months ago

    “Rosebud” is the biggest plot-hole ever. While it spurred the research into Kane’s life, nobody actually heard him say it. He died alone.

  8. LenSatic commented on Andy Capp 10 months ago

    @rshive

    On Japan, it was Dec. 8, 1941. Germany and Italy was Dec. 11, 1941. Bulgaria, Hungary, and Rumania, were June 4, 1942.

    https://www.senate.gov/pagelayout/hi…byCongress.htm

    My understanding of the “Declaration of War” is that it terminates any and all treaties that exist between the countries. No treaties, no need for a formal declaration of war.

    LS

  9. LenSatic commented on Wizard of Id Classics about 1 year ago

    And a nod to Jack Benny!

  10. LenSatic commented on Liberty Meadows about 2 years ago

    That’s not the original. Check here and look at image 234.jpg for the original: http://www.libertymeadows.com/uncengal/index.htm