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  1. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 2 months ago

    As an aside, anybody seen Trullus lately? Other than sticking his head into music videos, that is.

  2. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 2 months ago

    Fairies were, I thought, too pat.
    But now when I look at the drawing and see the small glowing orbs of light…

  3. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 2 months ago

    RE the superbowl…
    The rumor I’ve heard is that while Peyton Manning DID try to throw in the towel early it was intercepted.

  4. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 3 months ago

    We just finished a two month hiatus. It’s possible that is an old message; I remember reading one similar to or identical to that before the break in mid October.

  5. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 3 months ago

    I doubt the one to the right is Rallestor. As memory serves, he had a swelled ego, so Flimm popped both it AND his head.

    Pop goes the weasle!

  6. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 3 months ago

    So… How close IS that car to the drain? Remember what Dr. P said. Flimm might be in the drain if it is near the memorial.

  7. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 3 months ago

    If I’m not mistaken, Matt Merrit (of the band R&R) is Kory’s brother. If you check the LSoS home page you will find the band mentioned in Captain Kroakula’s character profile.

  8. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 3 months ago

    the memorial?

  9. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 7 months ago

    Because, while being truly evil, Kleguelo works part time at the Brockleport Public Library as a story reader for preschool children.

  10. jlbonnar commented on Lost Side of Suburbia 7 months ago

    Lewis Carrol, in one of his lesser known books, had the following (a chant from some disorganized protesters) that read “Less bread! More taxes!”, which for some reason reminds me of the “Fewer Sprinkles, Higher Wages” chant here. (Bruno and Sylvie, I think.)