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  1. Scott S commented on Pearls Before Swine 5 days ago

    On a lighter note, we used to play a similar game while watching the Bob Newhart Show. Every time they said “Bob,” take a shot. I don’t remember anyone not being flat on his ass before the end of the show.

  2. Scott S commented on Peanuts Begins 10 days ago

    And fall-protection harnesses!

  3. Scott S commented on Frazz 11 days ago

    That’s one of the reasons to keep a car locked.

  4. Scott S commented on Pearls Before Swine 12 days ago

    Watching that show I wondered how they could destroy Panzers with only a .50 cal machine gun.

  5. Scott S commented on Peanuts Begins 12 days ago

    And for Linus. Was he born yet?

  6. Scott S commented on Frazz 12 days ago

    The other night on the news was a story about the hazards of leaving children or pets in a parked car in the summer. To demonstrate how hot it gets inside they put a couple strips of bacon on the dashboard & they started slowly cooking.

  7. Scott S commented on Frazz 12 days ago

    If you look at the ingredients of butter, it reads cream & salt. Look at the ingredients of margarine & you need a doctorate in chemical engineering to understand it. I refuse to believe that little bit of fat is any worse for me than all those chemicals.

  8. Scott S commented on Frazz 17 days ago

    Fireworks are at half-price now. It’s a great time to shoot them off!

  9. Scott S commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 24 days ago

    Aunty Entity: We call it Underworld. That’s where Bartertown gets its energy.

    Mad Max: What, oil? Natural gas?

    Aunty Entity: Pigs.

    Mad Max: You mean pigs like those?

    Aunty Entity: That’s right.

    Mad Max: Bullsh*t!

    Aunty Entity: No. Pig sh*t.

    Mad Max: What?

    The Collector: Pig sh*t. The lights, the motors, the vehicles, all run by a high-powered gas called methane. And methane cometh from pig sh*t.

  10. Scott S commented on Heart of the City 27 days ago

    What’s the problem? Just hose them off before letting them inside the house.