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Rip Haywire by Dan Thompson

Rip Haywire

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  1. Mr. MOR commented on Inherit the Mirth 8 days ago

    Hope it’s not Hell-vetica

  2. Mr. MOR commented on Rip Haywire 12 days ago

    Ka-sniffle. Ka-whine ( I mean Ka-whinny)

  3. Mr. MOR commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 month ago

    I suppose you could use a piping bag or perhaps modify a doughnut stuffing machine. The way most bakers who want more icing (fudge or any other flavor) though, is to carefully cut each layer in half and make a four layer cake. Here’s a link to create your own recipe… http://www.finecooking.com/articles/cyor/layer-cake.aspx

  4. Mr. MOR commented on Rip Haywire about 1 month ago

    Ok. Good eye., but here are some reasons why they would both be paddling (‘cause they’re paddles, not oars) on the right side.
    1. They may have hit a swirling current, and have to compensate for it.
    2. They’rs trying to move away from the shore and they’re turning toward the middle of the river.
    Or (and this is the most likely)
    3. You draw them that way and they can both face the front of the panel.

  5. Mr. MOR commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not about 1 month ago

    Reminds me of an old Mommy! Mommy! joke…
    Mommy! Mommy! Daddy’s on fire!
    Well don’t just stand there, go get the marshmallows!

    The pumpkin boat looked more like a round kayak to me. http://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2013/oct/25/pumpkin-boat-isle-wight-world-record-video

    The greatest height from which fresh eggs have been dropped (to earth) and remained intact is 213 m (700 ft), by David Donoghue from a helicopter on 22 August 1994 onto a golf course at Blackpool, Lancashire, UK.

    I’ll bet that was rough.

  6. Mr. MOR commented on Pickles 2 months ago

    Wow. That was HARSH (33 points on Triple Word Score)

  7. Mr. MOR commented on Doonesbury 2 months ago

    It got up to 48 in Denver yesterday. There were some people in short sleeves!

  8. Mr. MOR commented on The Argyle Sweater 3 months ago

    Not so subtle MS reference with Office and Word. Well done with all the layers today.

  9. Mr. MOR commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 4 months ago

    I’m sure the topless men and women were influenced by the 1934 movie, Tarzan and his Mate, with Johnny Weismuller and Maureen O’Hara (and her body double, Olympic swimmer Josephine McKim)


    This movie reestablished the Hays Code (largely ignored during the Depression), which eventually became the MPAA we have today.

  10. Mr. MOR commented on Rip Haywire 5 months ago

    And he speaks by using the sound effects from the Psycho shower scene. This should be another Ka-great adventure!