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  1. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy about 14 hours ago

    Brown v Board of Education, 1954 : “separate but equal” an unconstitutional concept

  2. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on The Creeps 1 day ago

    My mind teems with relevant images.

  3. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home 2 days ago

    It doesn’t look to me like there’s any risk of him flying.

  4. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 2 days ago

    Is that Evelyn Waaughh or Alec Waaughh?

  5. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse 5 days ago

    Sounds like he don’t know much about the French he took, but may know a lot about sweet Sam Cooke.

  6. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Richard's Poor Almanac 9 days ago

    Excuse me, is there something funny going on? I can’t see a thing. Will someone who can see tell me what’s happening?

  7. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 12 days ago

    What I want to know is how we can tell which objects are stationary and which are in motion. Since an object in motion is only in motion relative to another object, how do we tell that the space station isn’t "station"ary while the Earth is whirling around it? Maybe Scott’s older brother is now 5 milliseconds younger than he was before . . .

  8. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo 29 days ago

    Excuse me — ahem, ahem. I can’t read this? Can you repair the enlargement function. Strange as this travel series is, I don’t want to miss a single word.

  9. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner about 1 month ago

    Nudity in the family comics! Oh, Al, how could you … get away with it?

  10. wwwenger GoComics Pro Member commented on Little Nemo about 1 month ago

    McCay must have been trying to claim business expenses for his Canadian vacation. He presents a Nemo adored by kids all over the map, but for some reason, expects their adoration to be triggered by a series of travelogs. This is a very curious series in the broader scheme of Little Nemo, with very little dreaming going on. Unless you’re talking about daydreaming your way out of the office.