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  1. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City about 15 hours ago

    “At least it wasn’t the Prosecco Brothers.”

    “Or the Super Mario Brothers.”
    Or the Scolari Brothers (Ghostbusters 2)

  2. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 1 day ago

    Don’t want to present a spoiler, but I hope they continue this arc about the invitations. The result of the attempted correction is one of my favorite strips.

  3. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 1 day ago

    Everyplace I’ve ever been, the locals ALWAYS say, “If you don’t like the weather, wait a few minutes.” It’s a universality.
    However, there have been a couple of places, including here in northern Colorado, where we can go from 60 and sunny to 25 and blizzard in less than an hour. The phrasing is modified.
    It’s “If you don’t like the SEASON, wait a few minutes. You’ll get a new one.”

  4. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 3 days ago

    Spinach does have oxalate, which can bind with the iron and make it less available. However, it also has high levels (more than 20% of RDA in a single serving) of vitamins A, D, and K, along with several minerals such as manganese and magnesium.
    If you eat a lot of raw spinach, you’ll simple want to make sure you remain well hydrated to reduce the chance of kidney stones.

  5. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Wizard of Id 3 days ago

    … and I’m sure the people of New Orleans feel the same way about “trickle down water management”.
    The water that starts as “pure Rocky Mountain spring water” has never been used until it enters the Coors brewery. Then it goes into the South Platte, the Platte, the Missouri, and the Mississippi on it’s way to the Big Easy. By the time it hits the drinking fountain in New Orleans, it has to be cleaner than it was when started — just think about how many kidneys have filtered it!
    Trickle down economics doesn’t even work that well.

  6. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 4 days ago

    “Stupid does not learn, the intelligent do learn from their mistakes”
    I might refine that a bit — the stupid may not learn from their mistakes, the normal do learn from their mistakes, the more intelligent learn from the mistakes of others without having to experience the consequences personally.
    I’ve never had a car accident, but I always wear my seat belt.

  7. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 4 days ago

    Same question — did something out-of-frame startle the anteater? Did a sudden thought or realization pop into his mind? The first two panels of Sunday strips aren’t published in our local paper, so I come here for the usual intro “minijokes” — but I don’t get this one.

  8. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 8 days ago

    A little outdated; the strip was probably done before the recent of findings that cholesterol intake does not correlate with serum cholesterol. The 2015 DGAC report states in part
    “…available evidence shows no appreciable relationship between consumption of dietary cholesterol and serum (blood) cholesterol … Cholesterol is not a nutrient of concern …”
    The bigger problem is a diet high in saturated fats.

  9. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 11 days ago

    Only in civilian life. U.S. military conventions are closer to European style. Use of the 24-hour clock instead of A.M. and P.M., and putting the month between the day and the year. Military communications are labeled, for example, 22 Feb 2015 — and are addressed that way orally, as well. Such as, “I’m going to the miss the staff meeting on 20 August, so please take notes for me.”

  10. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine 11 days ago

    Another silly Nabby statement.
    Even if you could scan at that resolution, in Kodacolor film the color dye grains have a mean diameter of about 10 microns or so, or roughly 2500 per inch. If you’re scanning at 10K DPI, your scan is at four times the base resolution of the film.
    A 6-8 megapixel digital image from an average CCD has just about the same amount of image detail as a 35-mm fine grain color negative.
    Nabby, you should check out
    to see what people who know what they are talking about say. You might learn something.