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  1. Ralph Kramden commented on Red and Rover about 13 hours ago

    Shouldn’t that be, “thufferin’ thuccotash”?

  2. Ralph Kramden commented on The Born Loser 8 days ago

    I’ve never heard a forecaster say zero percent chance of anything. If they’re sure it’s not going to snow, they just don’t mention snow.

  3. Ralph Kramden commented on Frank & Ernest 11 days ago

    Superfluous apostrophe’s are especially common in grocery store produce departments. That’s why they’re known as greengrocers’ apostrophe’s.

  4. Ralph Kramden commented on Reality Check 12 days ago

    It’s probably hopeless to expect anyone to correctly use “it’s” and “its”.

  5. Ralph Kramden commented on Calvin and Hobbes 14 days ago

    Calvin and Hobbes are both wearing them in the second panel.

  6. Ralph Kramden commented on Red and Rover 23 days ago

    My dog “helps” me type the same way.

  7. Ralph Kramden commented on Frazz 26 days ago

    You have to remove the lid, as well as the foil liner under it. The PB I prefer, Smuckers, still has glass jars with metal lids.

  8. Ralph Kramden commented on Wizard of Id 28 days ago

    The Romans used javelins with long, thin iron shanks that would bend on impact. That kept the enemy from throwing them back.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pilum

  9. Ralph Kramden commented on Frazz 29 days ago

    Store the PB jars upside down as soon as you buy them. After you open one, nuke it for 30 seconds to soften it. That makes it much easier to stir.

  10. Ralph Kramden commented on The Born Loser about 1 month ago

    Typing was the most useful course I took in high school, though I didn’t know it at the time. The fastest I ever did was 40 words per minute. But I’ve never seen anyone who can thumb-type on a phone as fast as a decent typist can type. Some guy won $50k for “for composing a 149-character message, with capitalization, punctuation and various symbols, in 39 seconds.” That works out to about 46 words per minute, well short of Brutus’s 60 wpm. http://tinyurl.com/hsfubg6