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Dog Eat Doug by Brian Anderson

Dog Eat Doug

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  1. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    Aw, and here I thought the 1950s were the Golden Age because I was born then….

  2. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on The Conjurers 11 days ago

    And “Alas, three characters,” not “there characters,” in the second paragraph. Proofreader’s day off?

  3. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Get Fuzzy 20 days ago

    “People” prefer dogs? According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 43,346,000 households owned 69,926,000 dogs in 2012, while 36,117,000 households owned 74,059,000 cats. More own dogs, to be sure, but hardly by an overwhelming margin. Why choose, anyway? I love ’em both.

  4. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug 24 days ago

    Well, if not Sophie, I’m betting that one’s at least female!

  5. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben 24 days ago

    Thanks to all of you beyond, at, or near your 50th for making me feel young. My 40th would have been last month. (I have no idea whether anyone held a reunion.)

  6. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 29 days ago

    If we’re sticking with music poems, Jim Morrison (The Doors), “Horse Latitudes.”

  7. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Dog Eat Doug about 1 month ago

    Sophie, aren’t you going to help Doug with that?

  8. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Re: D.H. Lawrence’s “The Rocking Horse Winner,” another of my favorites, right up there with “The Veldt.” Both stories of extreme dysfunctional families and their consequences.

  9. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    Thanks, I hadn’t heard of that one before. I’ll have to look into it a bit more. But it definitely post-dates “The Lottery.” On the other hand, sacrificing children for their elders’ sins or to appease the gods dates so far back, in so many places, I now think direct lines don’t need to be drawn.

  10. TopazSkies GoComics Pro Member commented on Red and Rover about 1 month ago

    Absolutely. The first sunblock I remember using was in 1977 or ‘78 named “PreSun,” SPF8, and touted as a total sunblock. Having very fair skin, I started using it as soon as I became aware it was available. (And had to use 2 coats to get anything close to a total sunblock; I burned where it wasn’t really slathered on.) I thought this strip took place in the ’60s, before sunblocks.