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  1. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 3 hours ago

    Kicking someone barefoot hurts — you could afford shoes?
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    At least we were better off than the kids in the poorer section of town. They couldn’t afford to punch, slap, or kick. They had to glare at each other.

  2. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy about 4 hours ago

    Loved the way he startled senior officers with his extra-snappy salutes. Unless the extra arm betrayed him.
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    “Hold him there, Tembo”

  3. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles 1 day ago

    Must generate a lot of snoozers, then……

  4. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 1 day ago

    Yeah, and when I was young, we were too poor to be able to afford to even use fists; we had to slap each other.

  5. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on B.C. 2 days ago

    -50 C is -58 F, which seems a little too cold, but I did experience -44 F in North Dakota, so it’s possible.
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    +50 C, however, is 122 F. 39 C might be plausible for Winnepeg, but not 50 C.

  6. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 3 days ago

    My neighbor used to complain that, when she sneezed, her dentures would fly out of her mouth, bounce around on the floor, and get all dirty.
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    I suggested a more effective brand of denture adhesive that my grandmother always raved about.
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    Now when she sneezes, they stick to the wall.

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

    Why? Isn’t he already a bit of a knucklehead?

  8. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Heart of the City 3 days ago

    My wife used to say the hardest part of being in the military was having to leave all your close friends every two or three years.
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    My (unvoiced) response was to always wonder, “How does somebody make ‘close friends’ in only two or three years?”

  9. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 3 days ago

    It’s not common, but is still in use. Current usage (no pun intended) uses muscle relaxants and anesthesia, and much less current than in the 1940s and 1950s when it developed its bad rep. It’s not common, but may be used in treatment of some severe disorders. It’s now called “electroconvulsive therapy.” Info from the Mayo clinic is at
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    http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/electroconvulsive-therapy/basics/definition/prc-20014161

  10. doublejake GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 3 days ago

    The earlier Roman calendar had ten months, with September, October, November, and December in their correct ordinal positions. Julius Caesar, and Augustus Caesar after him, both wanted months named after themselves, in midsummer when the days were longest. Julius inserted his between the sixth and seventh month, making July the new seventh month and moving September to eight. Augustus did the same thing, making August the new eighth month and pushing September to the number nine position, where it remains.
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    Also, they each wanted their months to be the longest of the year. Each took a day from February, making February the shortest month and July/August the only two consecutive 31-day months. December and January aren’t consecutive because they fall into different years.