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  1. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine about 10 hours ago

    Thank you so very much for sharing!!!

  2. John Smith commented on Cornered about 17 hours ago

    I bet being “dipped” on a descending elevator is an unique experience

  3. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine about 17 hours ago

    Don’t leave us hanging, why don’t you use your Facebook account any more? How long did you use it? How many friends did you have? Tell us all!

  4. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine 1 day ago

    It is called satire my firiend, we’re having a little fun with the comic “reality.” Maybe you should give it a liitle less thought and have some fun.

  5. John Smith commented on Red and Rover 1 day ago

    Apparently Red passed his background check, but the insurance will probably frown on high speed wheel chariot racing.

  6. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine 1 day ago

    This comic is SO stupid & unrealistic!! You could NEVER hit a gusher with just a shovel, you would have to use a ink rig. Plus, Rat doesn’t have any of the equipment to cap the well, so all that ink will just get wasted. Rat is going to have to spend all his money on pollution clean up and environmental remediation – obviously SP doesn’t take clean ground water into consideration when he draws this strip. Apparently the jerks at BP have nothing on SP.

  7. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine 6 days ago

    Don’t care if somebody had may original comment removed. I still think it is totally awesome that your initials are SCB.

  8. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine 6 days ago

    Nope! It’s just plain ol’ John Smith

  9. John Smith commented on Speed Bump 7 days ago

    Personally, I would like to check out mom’s caboose.

  10. John Smith commented on WuMo 10 days ago

    And if out perspective comes back even further, we’d see that we’re all in some kind of a cage enjoying the “sweetness of freedom.”