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  1. raymond martin commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

    Reminds me of my ex-wife. Well, someone had to say it!

  2. raymond martin commented on Non Sequitur 2 months ago

    I grew up in a small town where a traffic circle was the pivotal point for traffic going either of three ways. There were never any problems navigating the circle. Sometimes people would just drive around it several times just for fun. We were easily entertained.

  3. raymond martin commented on B.C. 2 months ago

    I grew up on Elvis, Clapton, and rock’n’roll, but I, too, really liked the Big Band music, including “soft jazz.” Never got into the really dissonant progressive stuff, but I can accede to the serious amount to talent and skill it takes to play it well.

    Still, all in all, I tend to gravitate toward Southern Rock, a la Lynerd Skynnerd, Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, etc. CCR was West Coast, but loved them!

  4. raymond martin commented on 2 Cows and a Chicken 4 months ago

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

  5. raymond martin commented on B.C. 4 months ago

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

  6. raymond martin commented on Garfield 4 months ago

    CLUUUUUCK, cluck-cluck-cluck-cluck!

    I’m 70, and STILL love roller coasters!

  7. raymond martin commented on Luann 4 months ago

    Absolutely gorgeous!

  8. raymond martin commented on Garfield 4 months ago

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

  9. raymond martin commented on B.C. 5 months 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.

  10. raymond martin commented on B.C. 5 months 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.