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commented on Frazz
about 1 month ago
Jef, you have the right to write whatever you want thanks to those who fought and died to give you the liberty to do that and I have the right to never read your self-righteous condescending crap ever again for the same reason. Funny how that works, isn’t it? Too bad you stopped being funny today. I wonder how many other readers won’’t be back.
commented on Origins of the Sunday Comics
8 months ago
Check out the silent film version of Dream Of A Rarebit Fiend (1906) at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g98eVbp0zic
commented on Annie
9 months ago
Three hours later (10:18 PM EST) and still no strip for Monday!
commented on Annie
11 months ago
Get Your Kicks on Route 66!
commented on Liberty Meadows
11 months ago
Well, we’re sorry about Christy but the Jersey Devil is pretty cool.
New Jersey led the way to the freedom that you enjoy today. During the Revolutionary War more clashes occurred here between the Americans and British than in any other colony, a total of 296 engagements. Since then we’ve given you to name just a few, Jason Alexander, Samuel Alito, Count Basie, Jon Bon Jovi, William Brennan, Jr., Lou Costello, Victor Cruz, Danny DeVito, Joe Flacco, Steve Forbes, Charles Addams, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, John Amos, Rick Barry, Count Basie, William J. Brennan, Jr., Roscoe Lee Browne, Ron Carey, Rosalind Cash, Michael Chang, Michael Chertoff, David Copperfield, Lou Costello, Stephen Crane, Danny DeVito, Peter Dinklage, Michael Douglas, Joe Flacco, Barney Frank, James Gandolfini, Whitney Houston, Thomas Kean, Artie Lange, Queen Latifah, Ray Liotta, Chelsea Handler, Ed Harris, Richard Hooker, Whitney Houston, Enoch “Nucky” Johnson, Robert Wood Johnson II, astronauts Mark Kelly astronaut and Scott Kelly, Joyce Kilmer, Alfred Kinsey zoologist and sexologist, Ernie Kovacs, Nathan Lane, Frank Langella, Jerry Lewis, Joe Pesci, Laura Prepon, George R. R. Martin, author of A Song of Ice and Fire, Ricky Nelson, Shaquille O’Neal, Bill Parcells, Irving Penn, photographer, Joe Pesci, Thomas R. Pickering, diplomat, Paul Robeson, singer, actor, Civil Rights activist, Philip Roth, Antonin Scalia, Frank Sinatra, Mira Sorvino, Bruce Springsteen, Meryl Streep, Joe Theismann, John Travolta, Richie Sambora, Roy Scheider, Greg Schiano, Wally Schirra, astronaut, Navy officer and test pilot, Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr., Frank Sinatra, Kevin Smith, Amos Alonzo Stagg, athlete and pioneering college coach in multiple sports, primarily football, Martha Stewart, Alfred Stieglitz, photographer, Joe Theismann, Steve Tisch, John Travolta, Frankie Valli, Lee Van Cleef, Sarah Vaughan, William Carlos Williams, Your Welcome!
commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not
11 months ago
From Weird NJ.com
For the past 187 years Mary Ellis has resided on what she probably thought would always be a stately piece of property overlooking the scenic Raritan River. In actuality though, Mary had really just been monopolizing a prime parking space for the better part of the Twentieth Century. The legend of how poor Mary came to rest beneath the asphalt of the Loews Theater parking lot on Route 1 in New Brunswick is a romantic, and ultimately tragic story, not unlike a Bronte novel.As the story goes, Mary Ellis came to New Brunswick in the 1790’s to stay with her younger sister Margaret. It was around this time that she met and fell in love with a man who was a sea captain, and former Revolutionary War officer. The Captain sailed down the Raritan and out to sea one day, vowing that when he returned he and Mary would be wed. He even left her his beloved horse to look after in his absence.Every day after her captain’s departure, Mary would ride his horse from her sister’s house, on what is now Livingston Avenue, down to the banks of the river to eagerly await a glimpse of her lover’s returning ship. In 1813, she purchased a parcel of farmland overlooking the river from which she would maintain her daily vigil. Mary died there fourteen years later in 1828, still faithfully anticipating her captain’s return. She was buried on the property, and was eventually joined by with her sister and other family members, and according to local lore, the captain’s horse.The plot, which was originally surrounded by an ornate wrought iron fence, lay in a rural, wooded setting well into the mid-20th Century. Over the years the ownership of the land changed hands several times, and the neighboring area has given bloom to a blight of strip malls, and discount outlets. Mary’s farm was paved over, and for many years was the site of the Route 1 Flea Market.Stranded high and dry in the Market parking lot, Mary’s four-foot-high grave remained adrift in a sea of tarmac and bargain hunter-mobiles. For most of that time the small, grassy island was enclosed by a chain-link fence and sporadically maintained by Mary’s descendants. Often though, the weeds on the plot were so tall that one could park right next to the grave without even noticing the two-and-a-half-foot tall marble head stone inside.After the demolition of the Route 1 Flea Market some twenty years ago the property was redeveloped and became the Loews Cineplex. The parking lot was re-graded, making Mary’s grave stand even taller than before. Still parked in a prime spot, Mary’s grave has been given a new retaining wall, and a few small trees have even been planted close by. The final resting-place of Mary Ellis seems to have been given an extended lease. It’s just too bad the theater isn’t a drive-in.A curious side note to the story of the parking lot grave is that it was believed by many to be the inspiration for the 1972 AM radio smash hit “Brandy (You’re a Fine Girl)” by the band Looking Glass. The local rumor was that the band, which was formed at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, wrote and recorded the song as an ode to Mary Ellis. “Brandy,” according to the song’s lyrics, was in love with a ship captain who could not leave his true love, the sea, to marry her. Sounds like a familiar tale, doesn’t it? Look Glass band members have denied there is any connection between “Brandy” and Mary.
commented on Luann
about 1 year ago
“Deteriorata” – National Lampoon
Go placidly amid the noise and waste,And remember what comfort there may be in owning a piece thereof.Avoid quiet and passive persons, unless you are in need of sleep.Rotate your tires.Speak glowingly of those greater than yourself,And heed well their advice, even though they be turkeys.Know what to kiss, and when.Consider that two wrongs never make a right, but that three do.Wherever possible, put people on hold.Be comforted that in the face of all aridity and disillusionment,and despite the changing fortunes of time,There is always a big future in computer maintenance.
Remember The Pueblo.Strive at all times to bend, fold, spindle, and mutilate.Know yourself. If you need help, call the FBI.Exercise caution in your daily affairs,Especially with those persons closest to you – That lemon on your left, for instance.Be assured that a walk through the ocean of most soulsWould scarcely get your feet wet.Fall not in love therefore. It will stick to your face.Gracefully surrender the things of youth: birds, clean air, tuna, Taiwan.And let not the sands of time get in your lunch.Hire people with hooks.For a good time, call 606-4311. Ask for Ken.Take heart in the bedeepening gloomThat your dog is finally getting enough cheese.And reflect that whatever fortune may be your lot,It could only be worse in Milwaukee.
You are a fluke of the universe.You have no right to be here.And whether you can hear it or not,The universe is laughing behind your back.
Therefore, make peace with your god,Whatever you perceive him to be – hairy thunderer, or cosmic muffin.With all its hopes, dreams, promises, and urban renewal,The world continues to deteriorate.Give up!
commented on Annie
about 1 year ago
Has Santiago suddenly come down with Hepatitis?
commented on WuMo
over 1 year ago
Sperry, It’s the concept of murdering innocent people by a deranged employee as humor and the complete lack of awareness and sensitivity to what’s happening in the world by the creators and publisher of the comic I find offensive. As I said in my original comment I agree that the comic was written prior to the crash and I understand that they are posted in an electronic queue. I actually work for a major news organization and know from personal experience how quickly content can be posted, changed and re-posted or withdrawn completely. I will not accept the idea that the creators or the syndicate had no control over the release of this ugly thoughtless image. At the very least they owe the families of the victims an apology. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.
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