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  1. John Smith commented on WuMo 4 days ago

    I’ve read that!

  2. John Smith commented on FoxTrot Classics 4 days ago

    The answers are in the back of the strip

  3. John Smith commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 5 days ago

    Yes, I’m certain that aboriginal tribes that have not heard of Jesus don’t use Jesus as an explicative. But even if I am (and I am not) thinking just about the US, how does that change my point? You have not answered my question, why use Jesus rather than Buddha? How about “Buddha damn it?” You don’t hear that either.

  4. John Smith commented on Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal 5 days ago

    “JESUS” I use to wonder why people all around the world use “JESUS” like a profane exclamation. Why do we say Jesus and not Buddha, Krishna, Allah, Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma, etc??? Then I realized that the name of Jesus is the ONLY name by which man can be saved. So the enemy, the father of lies, tries to make the name of “Jesus” (Jesus who loves us & died for us) the most useless, valueless word in our language, spoken millions of time every day by ignorant people who have no idea what is coming out of their mouths – Jesus.

  5. John Smith commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 days ago

    That would make a St. Bernard a heavy bomber

  6. John Smith commented on Arlo and Janis 6 days ago

    Put your money in a McDonalds and in a few years you can live in Paris.

  7. John Smith commented on Speed Bump 7 days ago

    Dave is clowning around again, but it did make me laugh

  8. John Smith commented on Cornered 7 days ago

    Typical parents, don’t give a @#%%! about the kid or his feelings & needs. I’ll bet he can’t wait to grow and move out on his own!

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

    I would imagine that cartoonists are a relatively small & tight knit fraternity (sorry Ms Guisewite) and they enjoy a chance to poke fun at each other & themselves. This is a typical strip/joke for SP and it’s conceivable that Mr. Walker enjoys seeing his character doing & saying things they can’t do in their own comic strip world. All things considered this is a fairly smart joke and it solicit a small chuckle.

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

    I disagree 100%, this strip is at least .002% funny!!!