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  1. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on HUBRIS! 6 months ago

    Thanks, Papa Bear and Chess Pirate, I also LOVE the Buckets! Although those kids are nothing like mine, I must admit. :-)

  2. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets 6 months ago

    Thanks for the warm welcome, Greg! I think you should continue to call it an “eye.” Just like JK Rowling could have left her first Harry Potter title “The Philosopher’s Stone” for US audiences. (Why should we pander to ignorance?) But then I like learning new things, that’s not true for everyone.

    Interesting that the previous flap was over putting the water heater in the basement vs attic, I would expect it to be over the redundancy of “hot water heater.” I still call it that although I’m aware of the redundancy, old habit I guess.

  3. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on HUBRIS! 6 months ago

    Adding Hubris to my daily reads. Do you write any other strips?

  4. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets 6 months ago

    Wait, the real Greg Cravens is right here on this thread. Awesome! I love your strip! I just recently read a book where they referred to the stove burner as an eye. Pretty sure it was Neil Gaiman. Are you a Brit, Greg?

  5. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 8 months ago

    I’m taking notes, how many tomatoes? :-)

  6. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 8 months ago

    I have no idea how many bottles of Rooster sauce we’ve purchased. Perhaps that’s one of the secrets to a long and happy marriage, not keeping track! :-)

  7. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 9 months ago

    Yup, Johnny Cash is the only possible answer there.

  8. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on Grand Avenue 9 months ago

    Dish towel, wait till he lands, throw it over him, gently scoop him up and release him outside.

  9. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on The Buckets 9 months ago

    Allan, not sure how old you are but the title of Michael Moore’s book and movie, Fahrenheit 9/11, was merely a play on words. It was taken from the title of Ray Bradbury’s famous (iconic, classic, MUST READ) novel, Fahrenheit 451. Get ye to the library, young man. Or the Kindle store or wherever you find reading material, because it’s now on your summer reading list. ;-)

  10. Gr8lakesgrrl GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville about 1 year ago

    Noooo! Lemont, you were so close!