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9 Chickweed Lane by Brooke McEldowney

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  1. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Pat Oliphant about 1 month ago

    Trying to make it look like regular citizens when it is just your own soldiers without insignia holding the naval base hostage is classic Putin – laughably transparent crude subterfuge but apparently successful if unopposed by united outrage and physical power. When do we make a stand?

  2. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Pat Oliphant 5 months ago

    For some reason the memory of the loss of JFK and his brother Bobby hurts more this year – the sense of lost potential for greatness of America. We have become more destructive of ourselves and others, more polarized, less healthy and less scientific in the last 50 years. Not that letting John F. Kennedy finish his presidency or having Bobby Kennedy become president instead of Nixon could have changed all of the bad things that have happened – or could it?

  3. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    similarity across scale fails when the dust specks start talking…

  4. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Pat Oliphant 6 months ago

    Someone tell the CIA.

  5. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on MythTickle 8 months ago

    After a thousand launches, her face wouldn’t be the same -

  6. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 8 months ago

    single payer

  7. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Minimum Security 9 months ago

    It all comes down to overpopulation. Sustainability only becomes possible with population control.

  8. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit over 1 year ago

    Why is HBB still on and Firefly was cancelled?

  9. Frank Erickson GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast over 1 year ago

    50 years ago in Germany they used and reused a plastic expandable net shopping bag for their almost daily shopping trips, done by walking to the local shops, where everybody knew their names. I was eight years old and still recall how efficient and friendly it all seemed. I was impressed at how large the net bag could get to accommodate the groceries. My Aunt carried the collapsed bag in her purse…