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  1. Keith commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 1 year ago

    Brought to you by a sweet, “Slimy GIRL!” (Calvin doesn’t even realize the irony.)

  2. Keith commented on Peanuts over 1 year ago

    So it happens a thousand times: Linus is peacefully, quietly minding his own business and the girl comes in with some kind of manipulation and torment. And this is supposed to endear him to her?

  3. Keith commented on Peanuts over 1 year ago

    Does she EVER stop looking for arguments or a fight? And when I was that age, if I could name all those composers – I would have been taken on the road or the circus! Ha.

  4. Keith commented on Rubes over 1 year ago

    I think that happened in “Toy Story” too. It’s sort of related, but I remember as a kid I thought it was so funny when I figured out that Queen Elizabeth goes to the bathroom too – just like the rest of us. Lol…

  5. Keith commented on Wizard of Id over 1 year ago

    War is really bad for resale value. (Also bad for the economy, but that’s out of scope.) :-)

  6. Keith commented on Frazz over 1 year ago

    Wow; “knowing” Frazz as I have come to know him through the years – in my mind I actually got his meaning the first time, by that second panel, before his buddy did.

  7. Keith commented on Calvin and Hobbes over 1 year ago

    And this was before You Tube. What is Hobbes’ take on that? ;-)

  8. Keith commented on Wizard of Id over 1 year ago

    Not to EVER be forgotten: It’s at the expense of the tax payer.

  9. Keith commented on Frank & Ernest over 1 year ago

    And we believe the polls? Yes, many federal campaigns are managed ultimately by the international banking establishment, who can (of course) conjure up money out of thin air to support and sustain the regime. It’s one simple reason things don’t really change.

  10. Keith commented on Arlo and Janis almost 2 years ago

    This really is a great strip – there is never a compulsion to “always be funny”, yet Jimmy finds the funniest part of normal life. If Jimmy keeps this attitude up (no pressure to always be hilarious), this strip will last a good long time.