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  1. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann about 24 hours ago

    She also needs him to fix the hem on her skirt.

  2. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Alley Oop about 24 hours ago

    He is quite correct. Innocent people strenuously object to their heads being cracked.

  3. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    Considering what NFL players get paid & the fact that they only work half the year, I don’t believe any of them are entitled to complain about “working on Thanksgiving.”

  4. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Li'l Abner 2 days ago

    Surely Daisy Mae must have been adopted. There is no way she could have come from the Scragg’s gene pool!

  5. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 8 days ago

    Buzz Aldrin commented about that in a Readers Digest article. He said the interior of the Eagle smelled like gunpowder, it was very cramped, & sleep was impossible.

    But they still needed to be on top of their game in a few hours when they would lift off to rejoin the CSM orbiting the moon.

  6. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 9 days ago

    In Arab countries too, I believe. It’s the equivalent of giving someone “the finger.”

  7. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Andy Capp 20 days ago

    He probably would not have fished there. Matthew was a tax collector. Peter, James & John were fishermen.

  8. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Liberty Meadows 26 days ago

    Doesn’t Dean have a key? Can’t he help the poor nimrod out?

  9. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Rose is Rose 29 days ago

    My mother put some fall decorations using Indian corn on their front porch. She was quite consternated with the squirrels who kept taking them.

  10. Scott S GoComics Pro Member commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 29 days ago

    Kutol wallpaper cleaner was originally sold in the 1930s. In the 1950s coal furnaces had fallen into obsolescence plus washable wallpaper was developed, so wallpaper cleaner was no longer needed. Kutol evolved into Play-Doh after that.