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  1. Tigdi commented on Inherit the Mirth 2 days ago

    LOL-same as my school. Those nuns meant business.

  2. Tigdi commented on Cartertoons 3 days ago

    I’ll definitely follow you to your web site. I’ve had your comic on my “page” every since I first discovered it and I look forward to the continued laughs you’re sure to provide.

  3. Tigdi commented on Mustard and Boloney 4 days ago

    So happy to see this strip back on Go Comics. Thanks!

  4. Tigdi commented on Close to Home 23 days ago

    LOL. Thanks for the witty comment.

  5. Tigdi commented on Bliss 26 days ago

    I know for a fact that MRI was done WITHOUT contrast. Boy of boy, I’d rather have dental surgery done without anesthetic than to ever again experience a cardiac CT with contrast.

  6. Tigdi commented on Speechless about 1 month ago

    Jesus did heal an amputee. He restored the ear of the Roman soldier which Peter had cut off with a sword.

    Jesus does not send anyone to hell. Those who end up there do so by their own hand.

    Maybe if you initiated and developed a relationship with Jesus (that’s what Christianity is, a relationship, not a religion), you would know more about His love for you.

  7. Tigdi commented on Speechless about 1 month ago

    Thank you, Len for leaving me speechless. You have a wonderful ministry.

  8. Tigdi commented on The Flying McCoys about 1 month ago

    He should be taking prilosec or zantac, not both. The same is true for crestor and lipitor. Abilify and cymbalta likely would not be prescribed together either. No wonder he’s cranky, he’s overmedicated and then some!

  9. Tigdi commented on Moderately Confused about 1 month ago

    That’s always the first thing I think of when I hear the word “cowbell”. I knew someone would post it.

  10. Tigdi commented on Brevity about 1 month ago

    I write in the AP style so I typically do not use the Oxford comma. However, if it is necessary to resolve ambiguity, I will sometimes resort to its use.