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  1. catesmatt commented on Pearls Before Swine 18 days ago

    The plural of moose? Meese.

  2. catesmatt commented on Liberty Meadows 18 days ago

    Not quite in Frank’s shoes, but I’m 5’9" and married to a taller woman. She told me later that she admired my “confidence”. Together nearly 25 yrs now, and we wouldn’t have it any other way ;-)

  3. catesmatt commented on Gasoline Alley 30 days ago

    True: the females are bigger than the males. One that large is likely to be a “she”. BTW: be careful saying “praying” in a public school, Boog ;-)

  4. catesmatt commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 months ago

    I had never thought much about how to spell the sound a snowball makes when it connects. Now I know :-D

  5. catesmatt commented on Nancy 3 months ago

    Excellent! A nice tip of the hat — er, head — to Ernie Bushmiller’s style :-D

  6. catesmatt commented on Gasoline Alley 7 months ago

    Wow. Simply mention God (they didn’t mention whose) and the snarky hate comments commence. How about a little “live and let live” — ?

  7. catesmatt commented on Nancy 8 months ago

    Take another swig of “Peppo Dismal” ;-)

  8. catesmatt commented on Stuart Carlson 8 months ago

    ALL the cops are White? ONLY Black people demand justice? Nice job of race-baiting :-/

  9. catesmatt commented on Gasoline Alley 10 months ago

    …and Heeeere’s Daddy — played by Hoagy Carmichael?

  10. catesmatt commented on Nancy 12 months ago

    1] Interesting storyline — but let’s not forget Nancy and Fritzi back home (and when are Phil and Fritzi going to tie the knot, anyway? It’s about time…). 2] Mention “priest” or “Catholic” and the haters crawl out of the woodwork. Child molesters often plan their lives out around their perversion (and genuine religious belief can’t be considered a factor), and choose careers or avocations which bring them into trusted contact with children: they might be teachers, Scout/youth leaders, coaches, day care employees, clergy (any faith), or any number of other paths. For Catholics, the scandals have been grievous, and overall opinion among them has been that hierarchs within the Church should have done better. Statistically, however, your child is still safer in the presence of a priest that with a public-school employee — or clergy of many other faiths, for that matter.