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  1. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 days ago

    Unfortunate choice of a name for an automobile: KIA (which means “Killed In Action”). The same company often spells it with a Greek letter Lamda, with the inverted V instead of A. So it gives KIL again.

  2. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on The Duplex 10 days ago

    So they agree, leaving no punch line or joke?

  3. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 16 days ago

    I can’t connect “theory of negativity” to Einstein. Perhaps “theory of relativity” has some connection? Shoe usually has clever plays on words, but I can’t see it. Someone explain the joke?

  4. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on The Argyle Sweater 17 days ago

    I laughed to see that old joke, but don’t know what is COA.

  5. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home 25 days ago

    Was he supposed to be a mute?

  6. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    I believe that Stephan couldn’t sew Rat’s head back on because he can’t mend straight.

  7. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    C’mon the strip is comedy, not an invitation to debate politics. More than half the comments are irrelevant to the strip today, and those readers who can’t just shutup and enjoy the humor are tiresome ad nauseum.

  8. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    I can’t imagine the “Far Side” benefiting from Garfield, or any other strip. It belongs in a special class along with Calvin and Hobbes and the early years of Peanuts, dwarfing the others on the list. How about a rerun, GoComics

  9. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Must be something he ate. Ratatouille no doubt.

  10. codedaddy GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Or the language police (me) for saying “their it” when “they’re it” is intended.