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  1. primalcoach commented on B.C. 1 day ago

    I think you’re right, for what you’re saying, but I also think they are right who see it on a more global scale. It’s one of those things where the micro fits into and is virtually the same as the macro that engulfs it. The whole world is multi-divisive right now, a political/military/economic free-for-all slugfest from local neighborhood groups to city politics and on up the socio-economic ladder where the infighting simply mirrors the same noise as back down there. And I think the poem is brilliantly written and reflects that same multi-layered sentiment. Notice nowhere does it imply a geographical boundary to the essential message.

  2. primalcoach commented on Get Fuzzy 3 days ago

    This is a very touching strip. Conley jumped on this one for all it’s worth. The greatest gift ever is being reunited with someone you dearly love.

  3. primalcoach commented on B.C. 24 days ago

    I Am Sam…

  4. primalcoach commented on B.C. 24 days ago

    Prepare to die!

  5. primalcoach commented on B.C. 24 days ago

    Yeah (growl), we take our comicphysics very seriously (grin)!

  6. primalcoach commented on B.C. 24 days ago

    I live in Corpus Christi, Tx. Back in ‘83 it got so cold here that icicles were hanging from the piers on the bay. They were really long, because it takes longer for them to freeze. Right next to the pier was a curl of foam that had hit a concrete piece of breakwater, and it was frozen solid! Weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. The temp was 3 degrees F!

  7. primalcoach commented on B.C. 28 days ago

    I haven’t pined for curtains since I got Venetian blinds — and I mean, those big, wooden ones that clack when you close them, and big, thick twine that never gets tangled!

  8. primalcoach commented on Alley Oop about 1 month ago

    Damn, this one brought me to tears! How nice it would be if our world worked this way!

  9. primalcoach commented on Broom Hilda about 1 month ago

    Of course, it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog.

  10. primalcoach commented on Garfield about 1 month ago

    I’m just the opposite — I grew up finishing concrete with my dad and it rarely bothered my hands as long as kept them fairly washed off, but Dawn doesn’t bother me at all. I know one thing — I was a window washer for many years, and Dawn is the worse cleaner for windows, in that it completely removes all oily substance from glass so that one’s squeegee can’t do the tricks you need to quickly dispense with a window, but Joy is just perfect.