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  1. Duffer37 commented on Garfield 23 days ago

    As long as Jon gets an evening of role play and freaky-under-the-sheets, I say go shoe shopping. Otherwise, no way in hell.

  2. Duffer37 commented on Lio 4 months ago

    Well, this is now the 5th strip that I’ve quit following because the artist just can’t keep his personal politics out of the strip. I don’t read comics to follow politics, that’s what political websites are for. I’m not a Trump supporter either, I just think comics are meant to be entertaining and funny and I’m no longer entertained.

  3. Duffer37 commented on Lio 5 months ago

    This pretty much sums up the majority of the US population. Ignoring the important stuff so they can amuse themselves with trivial things. This is why more people vote for American Idol, D.W.T.S., and The Voice than elections. They spend billions going to see movies and ballgames and play games online, but charities are struggling to survive. We have the idiots in government today because not enough people were willing to put in the effort to demand better representation in office. The USA is on a slick slope to oblivion and what are most people doing? Watching Hollywood’s idea of “superheroes” run around in tights. Pathetic.

  4. Duffer37 commented on Lio 5 months ago

    @ladywatcher I agree. Some of the Seuss books were good, but not all of them. As far as the quote goes… if standing out means people look at you as an incompetent fool who just likes being a contrarian, maybe you try harder to fit in. A well-oiled machine doesn’t have many parts that “stand out.”

  5. Duffer37 commented on Lio 6 months ago

    The “Happy” in the Happy Meal are the parents who get another 30 minutes of peace in the car on the way to grandma’s house!!!

  6. Duffer37 commented on Garfield 8 months ago

    My mother-in-law and I had this discussion and it actually made sense. She was a stay-at-home mom at 20, had a very tame, strict upbringing in the 50’s and 60’s, and pinched a lot of pennies. She likes watching shows and movies that “could” happen, even if it’s not very likely. I explained to her that guys like watching stuff that couldn’t happen, but sure as hell wish did! We agree on maybe 2% of shows and movies, but we at least understand why.

  7. Duffer37 commented on Lio 8 months ago

    I never hated or feared report cards… but mine were always all A’s or A’s and one B. In fact, the only thing I disliked about them was the B’s. My last quarter of 8th grade I got 6 A+ and 1 B+. I came home pissed off about my report card and my parents kept trying to play up the 6 A+’s. I told them I expected those, I knew I would get those, it was the lousy B+ I was concerned with because I should have done better.

    That said, Lio will never get high grades, but he aspires to things much more important than algebra and ee cummings. It’s not that he’s failing school… the school is holding him back.

  8. Duffer37 commented on Lio 9 months ago

    The worst dreams are: 1)watching a loved one get killed, 2) losing your kids in public, 3) getting killed. I’ve done 2 out of the 3. Those first few seconds after you wake up and try to figure out it wasn’t real… pure, stone cold terror.

  9. Duffer37 commented on Over the Hedge about 1 year ago

    If the GOP are clowns, what does that make the Dems? Criminals? According to the last 7 years, yes.

  10. Duffer37 commented on Over the Hedge about 1 year ago

    Am I the only one that hates this story? Anyone else want Hammy to ram a stick through this fox’s eyeball?