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  1. Cooncat commented on Kliban about 18 hours ago

    “Lebanon Levi” to the rescue!

  2. Cooncat commented on Get Fuzzy 1 day ago

    Aren’t aspirins bad for dogs? I know they are bad for cats.

  3. Cooncat commented on Kliban's Cats 1 day ago

    “We’re all looking for the Banana Republic !”

  4. Cooncat commented on Kliban 5 days ago

    A clue, left by the Joker (from the Batman series).

  5. Cooncat commented on Peanuts 8 days ago

    Should have answered them all TRUE … probably got maybe a 65% or better.

  6. Cooncat commented on Kliban's Cats 11 days ago

    Getting a strike is hit or miss …

  7. Cooncat commented on Get Fuzzy 13 days ago

    Way to go Bucky … sometimes you have to just do something to shut up an insufferable know-it-all!

  8. Cooncat commented on FoxTrot 13 days ago

    Whoever drew this cartoon has no idea of what a real kite should look like. The framework (stick) would be on the opposite side, facing away from Jason. There should be a bow in the horizontal cross-member. A string leader/tether should be attached to the vertical member and it is what the kite string is attached to. Lastly, lacking a good wind (as evidenced by Jason’s inability to ‘get it up’) there is then need for only the lightest of “tail” streamers, just to help keep the kite oriented. Yeah, I’ve been around long enough to have built a lot of kites back when I was a kid. If Jason is such a ‘genius’, he would not construct a faulty kite. There are sites on the internet which show how they should be built correctly. Oh well … it’s only a cartoon. Just posted this so if there ARE any kids out there who are wanting to build and fly a kite, they are not misled by this poorly drawn example.

  9. Cooncat commented on Garfield 14 days ago

    A bite from a parrot is something you won’t soon forget!

  10. Cooncat commented on Kliban 14 days ago

    So that’s how Apple’s Flying Toaster screen saver was developed!