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  1. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde about 1 year ago

    I love the comment about Bill Gates needing 64 bits to count his money! Innumeracy astounds me as it really is trivial stuff, which anyone could learn, unlike illiteracy.

  2. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde over 1 year ago

    I think she feels flattered in much the same way as dipping a girl’s hair in the inkwell used to be acknowledged, at least at parental level as a flirt, rather than an attack. I think the final smile is pensive; trying to decide whether to be flattered or whatever. Cynthia’s feeling good, I think.

  3. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde almost 2 years ago

    But — but —but….

  4. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde almost 2 years ago

    …if it’s syndicated, it should be added to the local papers.

  5. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde almost 2 years ago

    I just love this strip.

  6. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde over 2 years ago

    The interplay between Cynthia and Lucretia is, as usual, leaves me wondering which of them is more mature. It’s great!

  7. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde over 2 years ago

    I really loved this. Cynthia is an EVIL little girl.

  8. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on The Academia Waltz over 2 years ago

    The guy, in a 60s spirit, is underneath. But I will admit one’s eyes are drawn to his passenger.

  9. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde over 2 years ago

    This strip is deep. Wish the SF Chronicle would carry it.

  10. R. Giskard Reventlow commented on Barney & Clyde over 2 years ago

    The ones that take a while to get are often my favorite. Keep them coming.

    El Cerrito Don