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  1. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on The Daily Drawing about 3 hours ago

    We’re Episcopalians. Why not?

  2. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Stone Soup Classics about 4 hours ago

    Ah, yes, back when we were kids and knew ALL the answers! I wouldn’t say life was really any easier then.

  3. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on The Other Coast about 4 hours ago

    Mine, too. I think it’s just dogs, period.

  4. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann about 4 hours ago

    Beautiful! And thank you, Mr. G.

  5. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Herman about 4 hours ago

    Must be the Late and Unlamented. He always told me I had “a head like a foot”. I never knew what he meant, but I knew it wasn’t a compliment.

  6. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Herb and Jamaal about 4 hours ago

    And that’s why I never go to Star-crooks.

  7. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Diamond Lil about 4 hours ago

    Lil is such a joker.

  8. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on The Daily Drawing about 4 hours ago

    Well…our previous rector used to say it was OK to come to church dressed for whatever you were going to do next, as long as you weren’t headed to the beach.

  9. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Arlo and Janis about 4 hours ago

    No lightning bugs in the winter, but we have them out in the country. Apparently they are native to America; our UK and European friends have never seen them and are fascinated and delighted with them.

  10. Dani Rice GoComics Pro Member commented on Adam@Home about 4 hours ago

    As a matter of fact, the original numbers had angles which added up to the amount of the number. A “1” was a sort of tent, with one angle; a two resembled a Z, which has two angles.

    A 7 had a sort of twist at the top, plus the “main” angle, which made three, and the cross piece brought the angles up to seven. Very simple, really.