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  1. raymond martin commented on 2 Cows and a Chicken 1 day ago

    I see the fourth wall comment as a compliment to how freaky funny Robin Williams was, as well a tribute to honor him.

  2. raymond martin commented on B.C. 1 day ago

    First rule of Macroeconomics: “Everything’s a trade-off.”

  3. raymond martin commented on Garfield 3 days ago

    CLUUUUUCK, cluck-cluck-cluck-cluck!

    I’m 70, and STILL love roller coasters!

  4. raymond martin commented on Luann 4 days ago

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  5. raymond martin commented on Garfield 5 days ago

    Thanks for the Xena ref — bin a long time. Loved that show, even though it was stupid.

  6. raymond martin commented on B.C. 22 days ago

    Now HOMER was a story-teller! And he wasn’t really blind — he just liked to keep his eyes closed when he was narrating a story.

  7. raymond martin commented on B.C. 22 days ago

    Same here! I couldn’t get past the first five chapters! I’m just not a Tolstoy fan. Couldn’t get into Anna Karenina, either. Friend of mine loved it, I couldn’t stay awake.

  8. raymond martin commented on Calvin and Hobbes 24 days ago

    In twin births, that’s usually just the opposite. In the mother’s body, the fetuses grow one above the other. The “top” fetus develops a more assertive demeanor in its relationship with the “bottom” sibling. The lower sibling will be born first, but will be deferent to the second-born, as that was the relationship that was developed during gestation. The second-born will be the first to go into strange places and explore, or get into trouble — a more alpha personality compared to the first-born. Cool, no?

  9. raymond martin commented on Non Sequitur 29 days ago

    No, politician actually lie! No lie!

  10. raymond martin commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    Uh…what you said!