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  1. Peter Gerlach commented on Speed Bump about 1 month ago

    Do you have a nice pinoit noi-arrrrrr?

  2. Peter Gerlach commented on The Boondocks 2 months ago

    I wish this strip – and this isn’t the only one – was still being drawn.

  3. Peter Gerlach commented on Agnes 2 months ago

    And how many would comment if it was a boy giving 90 Vaeltine cards?
    (ps _ Tony, I want one of your guitars; they’re brilliant!)

  4. Peter Gerlach commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    “The Peasants Are Revolting (‘You Can Say That Again’)” – Wizard of Id book from about 45 years ago.

  5. Peter Gerlach commented on Arlo and Janis 3 months ago

    This was a terrible, evil act, and to use it for humor is…probably precisely what those martyred satirists would have wanted! Nicely played, Sir or Madam.

  6. Peter Gerlach commented on Bliss 3 months ago

    Except the ones accepted by corporate “charter” schools – a Republican dream come true!

  7. Peter Gerlach commented on Doonesbury 3 months ago

    Oh, yeah – because we learned it so well in Cuba. And the Phillipines. And China. And Haiti, repeatedly. And Mexico, repeatedly. And every country in S. America, repeatedly. And Korea. And Vietnam. And……………………

  8. Peter Gerlach commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. 3 months ago

    Marriage is like a game of cards; at first all you need is 2 hearts & a diamond, but eventually you just want a club & a spade…..

  9. Peter Gerlach commented on Basic Instructions 4 months ago

    That makes a “sort-of” coyright sign; for the real deal, hold down Alt & type 0169 on your 10-key pad, then release Alt. (Doesn’t work on this site (or most others) though, so do it in Word or a e-mail, then cut & paste.

  10. Peter Gerlach commented on Truth Facts 4 months ago

    Not that safe; Lee Iacoca fought hard & successfully to get minivans categorized as light trucks for safety-testing purposes, so they wouldn’t have to meet the much more rigorous passenger-car standards.