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  1. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Lay Lines about 11 hours ago

    “Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve)” is a 1978 song written by Pete Shelley and performed by his group, Buzzcocks. It was a number twelve hit on the UK Singles Chart and was included on the album Love Bites.

  2. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Lay Lines 1 day ago

    Seems like they lost their jaws somewhere. Maybe the thing under the futon can find them.

  3. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on The Daily Drawing 11 days ago

    Um, did I misread the words “DAILY Drawing”?

  4. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 21 days ago

    Now, don’t make fun of the southern hemispherians. They already have a hard enough time walking upside down.

  5. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Jeff Danziger 26 days ago

    I was a little afraid to read these, but I’m pleased to see that all the comments (so far) are penned by respectable humans.

  6. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Ziggy 27 days ago

    Hey guys, this is an extended series! My Ziggy comic on the fridge from a few years ago says:
    YOU ARE HERE
    while other people are out getting things DONE!”

  7. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Glasbergen Cartoons about 1 month ago

    SHE’s had enough if that is what she is seeing.

  8. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    Don’t know what they mean by “productivity”. The only increase in that would be due to increased health and longevity. It’s well known that long periods of sitting without exercise is bad for your health in many ways.

    Incidentally you can buy a combination desk/treadmill if you want to stay healthy at work. If you can’t afford that, at least get up and walk around a few minutes every half hour.

  9. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    I don’t know how any culture could completely disregard the difference between green and blue. (Unless there was a problem with their vision.)

  10. benbrilling GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    A century or so ago baby boys wore pink and girls wore Blue. Pink being regarded as red-like and more fiery and masculine.