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  1. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 3 months ago

    Just remember, there’s no such thing as squirrel proof bird feeders, squirrel traps, etc…only uneducated squirrels.

  2. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 5 months ago

    You took the words right out of my mouth
    It must have been when you were kissing me
    Jim Stillman. (as sung by Meatloaf)

  3. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast 9 months ago

    The alternatives
    1 leave animals alone and let poachers and human development crowd them out to extinction
    2 build create and adequately protect large preserves -where only the very rich will be able to see them
    3 continue the use of marginal zoos
    4 demand quality zoos and visitable habitats where they can be protected from extinction and still allow the common person some kind of experience
    To me 4 is the only really viable option

  4. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 10 months ago

    Cat I had when I was about 15, friends came over and we were on the back patio. Cat catches a field mouse in the grass next to us, plays with it, plays with it, plays with it. We’re all watching, sort of. Then all of a sudden it rolls over on its back, bats at the mouse in the air, catches it in its mouth and chomp, chomp. A nice (en)grossing moment

  5. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 10 months ago

    Spent the first 30 or so years of my life in the Chicago area, the last 30 or so in Michigan. And 3 years in Alaska. Seen way too many early sunrises and way too many late sunsets. Wide time zones and geography’ll getcha every time. I’ve also been to the Maritime Sailors’ Cathedral (actually Mariner’s Church) on Jefferson. A quiet moment.

  6. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets 10 months ago

    had a cat once, taught it to roll over (for a treat, obviously), took about a month. After that the cat would roll over on command, but only in the kitchen – where the food was kept – and then if it got hungry it would start rolling over on its own – in the kitchen. Yeah, I figured out that the cat was also training us.

  7. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Adam@Home 10 months ago

    Ok, I should have cut it out and saved it, but I read that only one instance of an apple having some foreign substance in it (pin or razor blade or whatever) was ever validated, and the perp was immediately caught. But be careful, because there’s a mugger behind every tree, a child abductor behind every door, and a communist (socialist, liberal or conservative) under every bed – or so the media would have you believe. Oh how I long for the 1950’s when candy bars were regular sized, we’d see how many houses we could hit, shopping bags we could fill, and our parents doled out the candy each night until it was gone. I wonder if UNICEF was the start of the downslope.

  8. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 11 months ago

    Or as McWatt would say, “Oh well, what the he..”

  9. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis 12 months ago

    Ok, my take is that Janis is wanting to text (panel 1). Then the phone rings. Note the surprised look (panel 2). Then she says SHE can talk (to Gene) (panel 3). Then, she sort of implies to Gene that why can’t they text (panel 4). Well, obviously the joke is Gene can’t text because of his gloves. And!!!! he called her back after seeing the text. (Except you need tiny fingers to call back, not gloves but that’s something else). So, we don’t know if they’ve been communicating…probably they’ve been texting, but Gene can only talk. We’ll have to see what he wants to talk about.

  10. MikeFromMichigan GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 1 year ago

    Like how we remember a ‘Miss Dove’ or a ‘Mr Chipping,’ the people are showing their appreciation for her actions with the girl and how she has been to the community as a whole. The key here is Frazz saying ‘Nice crowd’. We may laugh at her from Cauffield’s point of view but she does care, and Frazz himself is always wonderful as the mediator between the perception and the reality Nice job, Jef.