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  1. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts 10 months ago

    Thanks for the tip. I knew not of Pibgorn but like what I see.

  2. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles over 1 year ago

    earl needs one of these http://bagsnaggers.com/

  3. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles almost 2 years ago

    It is ambitious for Earl to even say that.

  4. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Dilbert Classics almost 2 years ago

    I just noticed that this is Dilbert classic. I think I prefer the new dilbert at http://www.dilbert.com . It works better when I bring it up in conversation. Also this classic stuff has been been a two man show lately.Has he been layed off or is this classic set filtered for no office scenes?

  5. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts over 2 years ago

    Father, Son, Holy Ghost
    Whoever eats the fastest gets the most
    Amen

  6. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Peanuts almost 3 years ago

    I had to know what “Pieces of Eight” referred to since i can’t see a Styx Shultz connection. From Annotations to The Complete Peanuts: 1963 – 1964 (vol. 7) by Charles M. Schulz "(December 19, 1964) 2nd panel. Parrots do indeed make a squawking sound, and some can be taught to “talk.” One parrot clichĂ© is that they are the companions of pirates. In Robert Louis Stevenson’s (1850 – 1894) 1883 novel Treasure Island, Long John Silver’s parrot squawks “Pieces of eight,” a reference to the Spanish currency during the heyday of pirates (17th and 18th centuries) that was worth eight reales. "

  7. jim STEHLE GoComics Pro Member commented on Pearls Before Swine about 3 years ago

    excellent