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  1. Mr Pete commented on Rip Haywire about 1 month ago

    “Know” instead of “Now”… Dan, how long has it been since a typo slipped through? You have readers with eagle eyes ;)

  2. Mr Pete commented on Rip Haywire 2 months ago

    Or the whole thing is a sacrifice to the gods… maybe the town is sitting on top of a giant volcano?

  3. Mr Pete commented on Rip Haywire 4 months ago

    Actually there are far more interesting options than army, AF, navy, marines… a friend used to be a military “consultant”… did all kinds of things he can’t say much about, although I know he could drive a chopper… (and do surgery… take amazing pix, learn new languages lickety split, etc etc etc)… some of the most amazing people out there look completely “typical” but have more hidden talents than one could imagine.
    Without making her a super hero, you’ve laid groundwork for her to pull all kinds of “magic tricks” out of her socks :-D

  4. Mr Pete commented on Rip Haywire 4 months ago

    I don’t miss anything about Cobra, not with Breezy 2.0 :)

    Good transition, Dan… Isn’t it wonderful what can be done with the Comic genre! Do-overs definitely possible :)

  5. Mr Pete commented on Luann 10 months ago

    Our daughter headed down the Creative Crazy path… boy were we surprised when she got a great Graphic Designer job, very lucrative… :)

  6. Mr Pete commented on Rip Haywire 12 months ago

    I suspect the 2+ million auction was for an amazing 1967 ‘vette with less than 3000 miles on it, stored in a garage not far from me in Colorado Springs for decades! Here’s the story: http://www.vintagecorvettes.com/1967davis.html

  7. Mr Pete commented on Luann over 1 year ago

    Lowest achiever may mean a bit more than grades… who knows, maybe Pitts has an enlightened policy for Valedictorian too — not just highest grades :-D

  8. Mr Pete commented on Luann over 1 year ago

    “so yesterday”… you’re welcome to your interpretation of course, but visible evidence (on the first day of the arc) is that Knute is some kind of Official School Bathroom Cleaner.
    As such, obviously he’d have permission to close the bathrooms as needed.

    If so, your interpretation of what was and was not permissible goes out the window.

    And your interpretation is not matching what is actually happening now.

  9. Mr Pete commented on Luann over 1 year ago

    I just deciphered the Real Mistake in this arc :-D

    1/27 — Knute’s wearing his Official Volunteer Restroom Cleaning uniform.
    1/28 — The uniform has disappeared now that Leslie shows up.

    Obviously (???) Leslie would have respected Knute’s authority if only he had known that Knute was In Charge of the Restrooms.

  10. Mr Pete commented on Luann over 1 year ago

    @seismic-2 (and @ReallyBad), time to look inward. When almost everyone else thinks different, and the guy you are rooting for is getting in trouble, maybe its your own ethics that need a rethink?

    Or maybe you’re gonna double down?

    “Fair” is treating everyone special. And I think you’ll find there’s no “regulation” about women in men’s rooms. After all, most of those who clean up are women.

    Clearly, Knute’s some kind of Official Volunteer Cleaner. With the right to shut down the bathroom. (What a domain ;) )