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  1. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Wide Open 19 days ago

    Certainly can be. Go easy with small portions at first. That way you can see what you like. A buffet-style is best, if at all possible. Hostesses/host often overload plates, which could involve your trying to hide something you don’t like under something else! I’ve done that-and I’m from here!

  2. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Andertoons about 1 month ago

    It’s interesting to know it has a name. In my case, it was how I was taught: First, no comma after penultimate item; then, years later, comma before ultimate item. When I had my editing/proofreading business, I left out the last comma unless the client really wanted it. My mantra was “consistency within the text.”

  3. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Momma about 1 month ago

    I agree a hundred percent. Thanks for expressing it so well. I’m 86, so you can guess why I know.

  4. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann about 1 month ago

    I wonder how many readers noted this! Thanks, Mikeyj.

  5. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Aunty Acid about 1 month ago

    “Stupidy”? Whatever happened to “stupidity”?

  6. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Jim Benton Cartoons 2 months ago

    Your comment was even funnier than the comic! Thanks for the laugh. I’m just glad I never touched your web—I would have been one of the screamers!

  7. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on One Big Happy 2 months ago

    Good PC description. I’ve always loved the expression, “I’m not fat, I’m fluffy.” On another subject, “chronologically gifted” sounds better than “seniors” or other such.

  8. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Farcus 4 months ago

    Three, here.

  9. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Glenn McCoy 4 months ago

    Totally agree.

  10. Cay Cooke GoComics Pro Member commented on Garfield 4 months ago

    My high school team in Daytona Beach, FL was the “Sandcrabs.” Don’t recall our cheer (too long ago!).