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  1. oldnmoldy commented on Cul de Sac almost 4 years ago

    Are you kidding twypsi? Companies have been advertising on tee shirts for years. All the soda manufacturers, beer companies,frito-lays. And of course resorts, lakes, hotels , campgrounds etc etc. We’ve all been walking billboards one time or another. It’s just not electronic yet.

  2. oldnmoldy commented on Dogs of C-Kennel about 4 years ago

    Dogs, gotta love em.

  3. oldnmoldy commented on Diamond Lil about 4 years ago

    Ah yes, I remember those days, peeing in the kitchen sink on a cold winter morning. Those were the days.

  4. oldnmoldy commented on Tim Eagan about 4 years ago

    I don’t know how you could deduce atheism from that strip. I get that he’s saying that a lot of people think they have the right owners manual for the planet but we, as Humans, are still destroying our own home over the right to push our beliefs on someone else.

  5. oldnmoldy commented on Dark Side of the Horse about 4 years ago

    Oh… Thank you Coyoty, I didn’t get it till I read your comment. Pretty funny actually. So a horse walks in to a bar and the bartender says, “Why are you so sad?”

  6. oldnmoldy commented on Cornered about 4 years ago

    It’s like this where I work too. A Hardware store. The screws are gigantic!

  7. oldnmoldy commented on Stone Soup about 4 years ago

    My daughter once broke my car. Totally. I made her go to Job Core.

  8. oldnmoldy commented on Garfield about 4 years ago

    It’s “Mr” hot dog and “Miss” cupcake. is that subliminal?

  9. oldnmoldy commented on The Argyle Sweater about 4 years ago

    Green peas…whale pods…. omg. I like you guys. You are funny guys

  10. oldnmoldy commented on Stone Soup about 4 years ago

    Yeah, I can remember climbing a ladder to the roof to adjust the anteanna with my sister inside shouting instructions through an open window. three channels was the most we could hope for.