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In the Sticks by Nathan Cooper

In the Sticks

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  1. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Unstrange Phenomena 5 months ago

    Moronic even for a comic.

  2. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 8 months ago

    Talking mice, dog and giant rabbits, mice flying planes… And someone is upset about a sign?

  3. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 8 months ago

    Talking mice, dog and giant rabbits, mice flying planes… And someone is upset about a sign?

  4. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 8 months ago

    Yeah, getting a passport is hard, like voter ID.

  5. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on In the Sticks 8 months ago

    If you want to get in a good prison, you must graduate from a good " juvie" , or any big city high school.

  6. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 8 months ago

    " free health care" ! Yeah right, we pay for our healthcare with every transaction, then get in long lines for crappy service. When our VIP’s get sick, they go directly to America to get timely service. I have been a Dr. here for 27 years, we can only brag about our healthcare to Cuba and North Korea.

  7. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on In the Sticks 8 months ago

    The oil company just saved us 20 year contracts and multiples of market prices and the backup and cleanup fees. Thanks “oil guys”!

  8. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 8 months ago

    I use a large coffee cup, fits a good size coffee, a large lab duece, and comes with a lid. Best of all, I won’t catch myself twirling a bag of sh*t round and round as I walk.

  9. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on In the Sticks 8 months ago

    Orwell could of never imagined “smart phones”, or the book would of been much grimmer.

  10. Cmc Mail GoComics Pro Member commented on Barney & Clyde 9 months ago

    I am a book lover but, this damn pad has access to just about every book ever printed. I love being able to check references, locations etc. without delay. I hope the printed form remains though, the e versions are to easy to edit to satisfy the censors of the day. Book burners always have an agenda.