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  1. Phillip Ander commented on Non Sequitur almost 2 years ago

    You know, that is more or less exactly what the hero of the ancient Chinese book, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, did. Cao Cao put up posters telling people that the king had ordered something. Admitting that it was false he pointed out that everyone else wanted it to be true so when the king actually did find out about it he would probably order it. Remarkable historical example.

  2. Phillip Ander commented on Barney & Clyde about 3 years ago

    It was moving the new year from March 22 to January 1, If the first month is march it all works out. The new year was thought to start on the first day of spring.

  3. Phillip Ander commented on Non Sequitur about 3 years ago

    That is obviously the freeway from Flagstaff to Phoenix on Sunday afternoon.

  4. Phillip Ander commented on Non Sequitur about 3 years ago

    Is this near the department of redundancy department?

  5. Phillip Ander commented on Barney & Clyde about 3 years ago

    Is this camp in the American sense in which they have a liking for out of style things, like putting a Rudi Valli record between Miles and Dizzy? Or is it camp in the Australian sense of being homosexual?

  6. Phillip Ander commented on NEUROTICA about 3 years ago

    Boy, do I know people like that!!!

  7. Phillip Ander commented on Mutt & Jeff over 3 years ago

    see my remarks yesterday

  8. Phillip Ander commented on Mutt & Jeff over 3 years ago

    Gambol Rogers used to tell a story along these lines but in his story there was blind dog for sale. The dog ran into the wall and the buyer objected that the dog was stone blind, the hero of the tale, one Still Bill, responded, “He ain’t blind. He just don’t care.”

  9. Phillip Ander commented on Mutt & Jeff over 3 years ago

    It reminds me of the old story of the guy who went to the boss and complained that the wheel barrow went “Squeek…squeek…squeed.” all day long. The boss replied, “Your fired! It’s supposed tp go ‘Squeeksqueeksqueek.’”

  10. Phillip Ander commented on Barney & Clyde over 3 years ago

    I once went out with a psychologist who, in the course of conversation said, “How do you feel about that?” She then caught herself and was very embarrassed. It was all I could do not to ask her, “How do you feel about that?”