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  1. Mona Warner commented on Luann over 2 years ago

    Wait! Are you saying TJ is gay? Did I miss his coming out party?

  2. Mona Warner commented on Pluggers over 2 years ago

    As long as it’s not collect and they speak English, I wouldn’t mind. In this age of everyone having only a cell phone, can you even make a collect call?

  3. Mona Warner commented on Ballard Street over 2 years ago

    exactly

  4. Mona Warner commented on Gasoline Alley over 2 years ago

    devil cat

  5. Mona Warner commented on Daddy's Home over 2 years ago

    I’m sorry Mr. Rubio, I regret your strip makes no sense to me today, and therefore I don’t understand how the question relates

  6. Mona Warner commented on Ballard Street over 2 years ago

    Chad’s wife is a member of the BS book club and he has had to find a way to entertain himself.

  7. Mona Warner commented on Pickles over 2 years ago

    Getting through this life, one day at a time, without causing any harm is about all most of us can aspire to.

  8. Mona Warner commented on Ballard Street over 2 years ago

    I have to disagree with the consensus of opinion on Darin’s use of the hand mirror. He is not self absorbed by choice or inclination. In fact, he is a lonely, lonely man. If his wife would get her nose out of that book and pay the least bit of attention to him, he would abandon that mirror in a flash.

  9. Mona Warner commented on For Better or For Worse over 2 years ago

    So you think we’d rather read proof of your bad manners?

  10. Mona Warner commented on Freshly Squeezed over 2 years ago

    Okay, here’s my opinion. Mr. Stein has lost site of his objective. Liz is caught in the middle, being squeezed between kids on one side and aging parents on the other. Instead of turning Liz into a typical comic strip wife/shrew, Mr. Stein should give her enough insight to know her husband has become the focus of all her frustrations. And instead of turning Sam into another stereotypical wimp, Mr. Stein should use humor to show Sam’s understanding that her anger isn’t caused by him although it is directed at him.