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  1. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur about 17 hours ago

    Ever since Lincoln!

  2. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 6 days ago

    Only if you really like the fragrance! LOL

  3. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 6 days ago

    I use them around the house as free air fresheners. Waste not, want not.

  4. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Bloom County 2016 14 days ago

    Well I think you just hit it — it’s a subculture. Subscribe to it or don’t — your choice.
    Starbucks got its start in my town — there’s practically one on every corner. I’m amused at friends and cousins who “can’t live” without their daily shot. Me? I’m not much of a coffee drinker. When I get the urge, I make my own. Waaay cheaper!

  5. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Candorville 14 days ago

    And what makes you think that he didn’t mean exactly what he said?
    Superior much? Judgmental much?

  6. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on 9 to 5 14 days ago

    Harsh, judgmental, overgeneralizing, intolerant, and condemnatory. Not even a good guess. Have I left anything out?

  7. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 14 days ago

    Wanna read that again? I think they’re referring to Sophia Loren, in a clever play on words

  8. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Doonesbury 14 days ago

    Only the blondes. Kim is fine.

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

    Here in Pugetopolis we (male, female, young, old) dress to be comfortable in whatever weather we have. Fashion? What’s that? Socks and sandals? Why not? We don’t judge and don’t let fashionistas dictate what we choose to wear. Hooray for the heavy Scandinavian influence — uff da!

  10. Tomielm GoComics Pro Member commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    As I see it, Frazz is trying to analyze Caulfield’s behavior, and Caulfield isn’t having it. He’s a kid — his behavior changes with the wind (so to speak). Frazz is trying to be the rational adult, but they’re operating on very different levels. Caulfield probably hasn’t even figured it out for himself.