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  1. orinoco womble commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 hour ago

    “the cable choices” are often 200 channels with nothing worth sitting through.

  2. orinoco womble commented on Speechless about 1 hour ago

    “She was a good cook, as cooks go. And as cooks go—she went.” (Saki)

  3. orinoco womble commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 hour ago

    Joe Cool had a lot more fun.

  4. orinoco womble commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 13 hours ago

    Orange icecream, OK, but licorice anything is “ugh” in my book.

  5. orinoco womble commented on Peanuts Begins about 18 hours ago

    Good rule. Another mom of 3 kids under 8 often says,“Remember, we look only with our eyes!!”

  6. orinoco womble commented on Peanuts Begins about 24 hours ago

    The magazine rack in our local place has a huge sign: “Please don’t read the magazines until you’ve paid for them.” You can’t see the sign because of the numbers of people standing there, reading the magazines.

  7. orinoco womble commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 24 hours ago

    It’s either park in the middle of the aisle or stop before joining a line at the till to sort out your shopping!

  8. orinoco womble commented on Off the Mark about 24 hours ago

    One or both could end up being sued for handism.

  9. orinoco womble commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    Yup! In later years my brother tunneled under the bathroom, saying he was going to dig “a root cellar” to surprise the folks. Dad sure was surprised…the bathroom had been sitting there on the ground, with basically 2 breezeblocks as “foundation”. (He built the house himself, he knew this.) Fortunately the biffy didn’t drop into the hole, but Bro discovered the joys of the reverse-dig.

  10. orinoco womble commented on Peanuts 3 days ago

    Back in the day, parents figured kids (particularly boys) were OK with just a hat, or a raincoat. I never got an umbrella until highschool. In the early sixties we were still being dressed in those yellow rubber slickers with airholes under the arms; your body heat condensed as moisture. Didn’t keep you dry, might as well just get rained on.