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  1. Thunderdog commented on Calvin and Hobbes 5 days ago

    There’s a fun song called “Sadie Hawkins Dance”by the group ‘Relient K’ . It should be on youtube.

  2. Thunderdog commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    More like Snoopy is giving kicks.

  3. Thunderdog commented on Big Top 19 days ago

    Yep Wink, what a drag it is getting old. Little by little you’ll become just like your parents.

  4. Thunderdog commented on Rose is Rose 26 days ago

    In other words, “The ‘maul’ has it all.”
    Sorry folks; couldn’t resist

  5. Thunderdog commented on Wizard of Id about 1 month ago

    At one time overstating dependents was simple. However, Fed law since 1990 requires dependents to put the social security number on the 1040 form in order to be claimed as an exemption on fed returns. From personal experience, I can attest that the fed have in the past verified the SSNs of dependents when I made a clerical error on a dependent SSN. States usually check dependents against fed returns. So this makes it difficult to overstate dependents.

  6. Thunderdog commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Brian, are you asking whether a goat, who would eat almost anything, would bite on Stephan’s pun? One word answer: NNNaaaaahhhh!

  7. Thunderdog commented on Pickles about 1 month ago

    Kind of reminds of an old joke about a plumber and parrot. It was animated on the PBS children’s show, "The Electric Company.


  8. Thunderdog commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Jimmies is mostly used in the Northeast US; Sprinkles is the word everywhere else.

    Sherlock beat me to the phrase: “Sprinkles are for winners” which is used by the Flo character in the Progressive Insurance commercials.

  9. Thunderdog commented on FoxTrot Classics about 1 month ago

    Looks like Paige deciding whether to change her last name when she gets married just got simpler.

  10. Thunderdog commented on Big Top about 1 month ago

    Just tell Wink that Katie Couric is at the bottom of slope. He’ll find a way down.