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  1. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Gil Thorp about 17 hours ago

    He definitely reminds me of the country western musician pitcher. Good job coming up with the name!

  2. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 9 days ago

    Oh yeah, January 16, 2014. Who could have forgotten THAT full moon? Apparently everyone!

  3. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 30 days ago

    Advice to Dan: Don’t confess based on this “evidence”

  4. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    High School football starts tonight in a lot of districts. I hope Monday’s strip abruptly cuts to some gridiron action.

  5. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz about 1 month ago

    My thought exactly. Especially since I didn’t feel like researching international paper sizes this morning.

  6. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Gil Thorp about 1 month ago

    Being not a golf, tennis, or pro wrestling fan, I appreciate that the strip is going to roll directly from baseball to football. Wish Leisl were wearing 44.

  7. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 3 months ago

    With some of the unusual grammar in the strip, I interpreted his statement as “First I heard a shot, and (then) saw (that) it hit my hat”.

  8. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Gil Thorp 3 months ago

    Not to mention Larry is holding a rolled roast while attempting to field the ball. Bobby must be home lubricating the only second baseman’s glove.

  9. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 3 months ago

    …like a doctored security photo ;)
    For reference it was way back in ’14 that the stitches were last used http://www.gocomics.com/inspector-dangers-crime-quiz/2014/09/08

  10. JarvisBigHeadWhite commented on Inspector Danger's Crime Quiz 4 months ago

    Recycled. “Count the stitches” was used maybe a year ago.