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commented on Shoe
about 1 month ago
pelican47, me too.
catman5169 – I have a similar reason: it would take way too long to find anything valuable, and a whole lot longer to get it out – especially without collapsing a pile on top of the thief. If I encounter an avalanche of stuff that wasn’t there the last trip into a room, I’ll listen for a pitiful “help me!” from under a pile, and then call the cops first. We may have the homes least likely to be bothered.
commented on WuMo
11 months ago
Google for the definition of the word, which is not new.
commented on Garfield Minus Garfield
almost 2 years ago
But it doesn’t .say. that the card was addressed to Garfield.
commented on For Better or For Worse
over 2 years ago
1. I rode my pony bareback, running under the clothes line no less, and Mom merely noted the fact.2. Horses are big, but on smaller ranches they often double as babysitters, as in, what visiting kids want to do. Thus those horses are quite placid around small kids, and this strip shows how placid. A cousin had this exact relationship with a horse his dad bought – Butch couldn’t get that horse to do anything! (I’m sure that short legs have a lot to do with the situation pictured here.)3. Coming back from irrigating (by shovel) my uncle raced me and my pony. Somehow I slipped off and fell in front of the horse, still holding the reins. That pony stopped before I did! Uncle Bud just put me back on top, and we went on home. No big deal.
commented on One Big Happy
about 3 years ago
Rose’s thoughts are so cool ! We all need to hear and read more like this; I hope Rose actually voices her thoughts to Nick when he comes in the house. It would probably knock at least one prop out of his assumptions.
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