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  1. docredbird commented on Pop Culture Shock Therapy about 1 month ago

    Is that how Piper Perabo got the role in http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0131704/

  2. docredbird commented on Luann 4 months ago


    That is picture of a “Charlie in the box”

  3. docredbird commented on Big Nate 4 months ago

    Am I the only one that thinks the artwork look like Mrs. Godfrey is a judge and is handing down a sentence to Nate the convicted criminal?

  4. docredbird commented on Brevity 4 months ago

    Why is it the “Super Bowl SuffleBoard deck”? It looks more like the “Super Bowl Shuffle deck”. Not sure that the “board” reinforces the tenuous play on words to any significant degree.

  5. docredbird commented on Pop Culture Shock Therapy 5 months ago

    Wocka, Wocka.

  6. docredbird commented on Arlo and Janis 5 months ago

    Huh, never noticed any women wearing multiple layers of underwear (though I 100% accept your explanation as it perfectly supports Arlo’s dialogue)

    If I were to ask “why?” , I probably wouldn’t get a very satisfying answer, would I?

  7. docredbird commented on Big Nate 5 months ago


    I’m with you. I have never encountered a female Micah.

  8. docredbird commented on Pop Culture Shock Therapy 6 months ago

    Okay, I get that Hannibal Lecter eats people and that his bumper sticker is a riff on the typical “honor student” stickers you see on parents’ cars.

    But what significance of him being at WalMart? Do they sell honor students in their frozen food section now?

  9. docredbird commented on Pearls Before Swine 6 months ago

    Bob is the fattest triathlete I have ever seen. I predict he drowns in the swimming leg.

  10. docredbird commented on Rubes 6 months ago

    @bats, to further expound

    A “polar bear plunge” is an event where humans go swimming in freezing waters, usually as a charity event. I have also heard them merely called a “polar plunge”, which might have eliminated some confusion in this instance.