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  1. Alan Rees commented on Pluggers 5 days ago

    I almost said, “That’s our house”, but it’s not. In our family, the onlookers were more likely to be saying something like, “Careful. Don’t rip the paper.”

  2. Alan Rees commented on Pearls Before Swine 10 days ago

    Interesting parallel to today’s Calvin & Hobbes.

  3. Alan Rees commented on Calvin and Hobbes 10 days ago

    Interesting parallel to today’s Pearls Before Swine.

  4. Alan Rees commented on Pluggers 14 days ago

    Most sales receipts I receive these days would not last that long, especially on the dashboard of a truck.

  5. Alan Rees commented on For Heaven's Sake 15 days ago

    Right verse, wrong version. It’s not the Amplified. It could be a slightly paraphrased rendition of the Revised Standard Version.

  6. Alan Rees commented on Robert Ariail 24 days ago

    And what exactly did it mean in the ’60s when it was revived after nearly a century of disuse — right in the midst of the Civil Rights struggle?

  7. Alan Rees commented on Robert Ariail 24 days ago

    And your point? That people should not bother resisting evil?

  8. Alan Rees commented on Pearls Before Swine 27 days ago

    Your comment reminds me of a joke I read some years ago. A Sunday School was teaching about the Ten Commandments, and each week the children took home a picture meant to illustrate the particular commandment. Parents anxiously wondered what the picture would show when they got to “Thou shalt not commit adultery.” When the day came, the picture showed a farmer pouring water into a milk can.

  9. Alan Rees commented on Shutterbug Follies about 1 month ago

    I have enjoyed this story. Now that it has finished — for at least the second time here on GoComics! — are you going to re-run it again, or do something new? I vote for the latter.

  10. Alan Rees commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    Helmets like that, commonly known as “pith helmets” or “sola topee” were worn by many westerners who had to spend much time outdoors in tropical climates. I have seen pictures of my own parents, both mother and father, wearing them. They served as Christian missionaries in China in the 1940s and in South Africa in the 1950s.