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  1. Tigdi commented on Andertoons about 6 hours ago

    Google Play offers several apps that are cat games and at least one of them has the moving laser dot. Another has a mouse running along the floor and a bird flying around. You can change the backgrounds too.

  2. Tigdi commented on Pluggers about 6 hours ago

    I have heard many cars being locked remotely that have a “honk honk” horn sound accompanying the locking. It sounds exactly as if the driver was giving two short taps on the horn. Not all cars have the “tiny click” sound.

  3. Tigdi commented on That's Life 2 days ago


  4. Tigdi commented on The Argyle Sweater 2 days ago

    Right with you and J. Short. I wish that if the artists wanted to do political/social commentary type cartoons they would add an editorial series to their repertoire. I love The Argyle Sweater and enjoy it the most when Mr. Hilburn keeps to the puns and schtick.

  5. Tigdi commented on Bliss 6 days ago

    Everyone? Even if you are qualified to do so, I sincerely doubt you have been able to scientifically assess the mental health of every single person you have met who reported that the parents meted out corporal punishment.


  6. Tigdi commented on Loose Parts 7 days ago

    Or a certain drug.

  7. Tigdi commented on Free Range 8 days ago

    I found this to be funny, but some might describe the humor as borderline.

  8. Tigdi commented on Speechless 9 days ago

    This is the reason you should never drive through a puddle if you can’t don’t know for certain its depth.t.

  9. Tigdi commented on Moderately Confused 9 days ago

    She is the brilliant author of “To Kill A Mockingbird” which was her only published book. It was published in 1960 and won the Pulitzer Prize. It was developed into a movie which won many awards, including the Oscar for Best Picture. In July of this year, a somewhat sequel “Go Set a Watchman” will be released. Although written prior to “Mockingbird”, “Watchman” will center around the adult version of “Mockingbird” main character, Scout.

    “Mockingbird” is an American literature classic and that is why you should care.

  10. Tigdi commented on Free Range 9 days ago