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  1. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Baldo 2 days ago

    In this strip it doesn’t look like Baldo is eating leftovers; that looks like a whole pizza in front of him. Did he call out for it that early in the morning or is it from the freezer?

    I’ve had leftover pizza in the morning from time to time; the only way I seem to differ from the crowd here is that I don’t like it cold. It has to go into the microwave long enough to get some warmth into it.

  2. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 2 days ago

    I really liked your discussion of Jesus. So the Son of God liked wordplay? Wow, that makes Him seem so much more human. Or does it prove that the ability to pun is a divine gift? (Uh oh, better split before the religionists come after me.) Anyway, I maintain that it’s all subjective, and of course some puns are more clever than others. Some are admirable and some make you groan, but all are fun. I like the shaggy dog stories that exist for no other reason than to end in an elaborate pun. I also like today’s strip for the idea that Pastis has inspired Pig to try his own hand at punning. Ok, he’s not there yet, but you have to start somewhere.

  3. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on WaynoVision 2 days ago

    I’m so glad this cartoon takes place first thing in the morning, so that we don’t have to see what ends up in the outbox.

  4. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 2 days ago

    This reminds me of Sunday strip I first saw in the 1970s. They were using tiny little brushes because they were being paid by the hour, then the lady of the house came in and told them forget it, she was giving them a flat rate. Out came the giant brush and roller and Mutt & Jeff never moved so fast in their lives!

  5. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Nick Anderson 3 days ago

    I see a difference between those Democrats who don’t like her for various reasons, and the Republicans, who refuse to accept responsibility for their actions and (as noted by others above) treat anything and anyone outside their party as evil and un-American.

  6. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on JumpStart 3 days ago

    It’s been about 20 years since I worked with my son on his pinebox car. It was indeed from the standard kit, as described by the in-the-know commenters above. My son did 90% of the work. It wasn’t the most beautiful car in the world, but the design and decorations were original and it was his. It didn’t win, but it sat on his dresser for several years after that. And I still remember some of the slick cars that were so obviously made primarily by the parents. I would have been embarrassed to bring a car like that to the race and pass it off as my son’s own work.

  7. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Soup to Nutz 4 days ago

    You’re entitled to your own opinions, but not to your own facts. Your ignorance about atheism is self-evident, and the two “facts” you state on the subject were obviously pulled out of your a$$.

  8. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Stahler 4 days ago

    Your point is well taken: that there are so many brainless sheep supporting Trump is almost as frightening as Trump himself.

  9. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann Againn 7 days ago

    In the first panel I thought she said he was very ‘suck’ until I realized it was just the lettering and it really said ‘slick.’ Reminds me of an old video store that had a similar problem with its sign that advertised ‘Flicks.’

  10. paullp GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 14 days ago

    Well, we only hate them when they’re colorized after the fact. Same with the movies. At one point I think Ted Turner was colorizing a lot of movies, but I’m not sure it ever really caught on as a way of getting more people to watch them on TV.