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  1. docredbird commented on In the Bleachers 9 days ago

    When I dine out, I always ask for extra gluten

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

    Regardless of what the Muppet Wiki says, Fozzie predominantly said “Wocka wocka”. Only on rare occasions did they come in 3’s or 4’s.

  3. docredbird commented on Off the Mark about 1 month ago

    Is that Moe Howard on the left?

  4. docredbird commented on Brevity about 1 month ago

    Since she explicitly said “British”, that is indeed a “bowler” and not a “derby”.

  5. docredbird commented on The Argyle Sweater 2 months ago

    I think Hilburn screwed the analogy up. Bill and his friend should also have “tabs” and no “blanks”. (“blanks” being the jigsaw puzzle terms for “holes the tabs go into”)

  6. docredbird commented on F Minus 2 months ago

    don’t know if this helps davanden:

    This comic reads like this:
    “The ‘smell people’ are talking about is us” (WTF are the “smell people ?”)

    But the cartoonist meant: “The smell (that) people are talking about is us”

    We may have to admit that the smell that others are complaining about is our body order (not anything in the house before we cleaned it) .

  7. docredbird commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    This whole “what I will do this summer” series of comics has gone on so far that my kids actually started back in school today.

  8. docredbird commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    I’m under 50, know Richie Rich, but was unfamiliar with the song “99 problems”

    But I actually thought the comic was pretty funny.

  9. docredbird commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    @R.U. Kidding.

    Alexikakos computation is correct. It is perfectly acceptable to apply the distributive property in lieu of calculating in between the parenthesis first.

  10. docredbird commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    Value" is the correct mathematical term. “amount” implies a quantity and unit of measure (e.g. 5 dollars). "