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  1. magoctopus commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Not worried at all! Especially if you enlarge it, you can see she’s smiling. She’s happy, she’s stunned, she’s in that glorious, sleepless, totally loved-up mode. Yay, Joanie!

  2. magoctopus commented on Brian McFadden 2 months ago

    I second @Clark Kent and @Ted Lind!

  3. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 4 months ago

    Nah, no point in engaging with trolling imbeciles like that. We all know what a sad person he really is.

  4. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 5 months ago

    I’m impressed you get internet service in your cave.

  5. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 6 months ago

    We now know that disposable straws are environmentally irresponsible. Much better, as an earlier commenter said, to have washable crazy straws at hand, which kids love more anyway. Also great for bringing to restaurants!

  6. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 6 months ago

    Not if you’re British or Canadian, then it is indeed “judgemental.”

  7. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 6 months ago

    Love how, despite her worry, Lizzie can’t resist squeezing out a big line of toothpaste, cause because.

  8. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 6 months ago

    Well said! There sure is a lot of sexism on this comment thread. More stuff that still needs to change.

  9. magoctopus commented on For Better or For Worse 6 months ago

    For those who want to change the subject, Lynn’s notes are rather great:

    Because they are, in essence, public speakers, I find ministers and priests to be engaging conversationalists — and unless I broach the subject, they rarely talk about religion.

    And it’s true – a good friend is an Anglican priest and he talks wonderfully about just about anything.

  10. magoctopus commented on Connie to the Wonnie 7 months ago

    That about sums it up. Sigh.