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commented on Skippy
19 days ago
And it worked! what a great time capsule strip.
commented on Berger & Wyse
about 1 month ago
Swoosh. Can anyone clue me in on what the joke is?
commented on Loose Parts
8 months ago
Wow, this makes nooooo sense! Yeah, in leaf raking country he would be sending Phil a fruit basket and his first born. If the slide were the other way, dumping the leaves on Ken while he sat in his lawn chair it would track, but this, as is? seems like a fail. Even If the joke is Ken is looking to market it, he wouldn’t be using the derogatory quotes. If I’m missing something, please help me out?
commented on Doonesbury
9 months ago
Oops! Sorry, I asked the Google myself. lol. Now on board with the program, sigh.
Can some one catch me up? are we only getting new strips on Sunday now? Yesterday Alex had the twins and was booting the ’rents out finally. It feels like we are missing whole swaths of storylines. Is that Trudeau on purpose, or Go Comics? I thought the last hiatus was supposed to end in September.
commented on Skippy
10 months ago
Oh, Wait! Is the tip off in the “hot” squiggles and he says he can “hardly” wait?
Okay, somebody please help! Is it because the soup’s too hot? you never want a second bowl? Skip is using a spoon? Some obscure reference lost to the mists of the pre-Depression era?
commented on Little Dog Lost
about 1 year ago
Eyeroll, now it is just plain amatuerish. It has become a classic study in bad continuity, besides the overstaying story line. The crack is now back to being as wide as the first strips in the series (when he should have been below view the whole time btw according to the last panel then.) Apparently he is caught between shifting tectonic plates? really? you couldn’t think the story though ahead enough to even maintain the same crevice width? We are willing to suspend disbelief to a point, but once it becomes obvious sloppy structure you start to lose credibility as a serious stripper.
Just one other thought, we all assume the strip will end with LDL finding a home, but that is not the only alternative. The last thing he did before getting stuck was help his friend. Just saying, we probably need to brace ourselves that Steve may not give us a pretty ending after all, but a more realistic one for a long lost dog. Maybe not this episode, but it would probably start with LDL doing something altruistic at his own expense.
Besides this going on way too long and way too unfunny, it is really hard to read this thread right now when a kid died and made national news falling into a crevasse on a glacier just before this storyline started. I know he had to submit the arc long before it happened, but they had time to pull it and sub rereuns. Really hope in this case LDL doesn’t run in the paper where the kid was from.
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