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  1. Ralph Kramden commented on Birdbrains 16 days ago

    They say the memory’s always the second thing to go.

  2. Ralph Kramden commented on Non Sequitur 18 days ago

    In the pocket of their jersey.

  3. Ralph Kramden commented on The Born Loser 23 days ago

    I’m impressed that Wilberforce used the correct “lay” instead of the usual “laid”. Miss Fungus must be doing something right.

  4. Ralph Kramden commented on Non Sequitur about 1 month ago

    The big iron pots come from the Cartoonists’ Cliché Store, a division of Acme.

  5. Ralph Kramden commented on Speed Bump about 1 month ago

    Don’t forget the guru on top of a mountain, the guy lying on a psychiatrist’s couch, and the beggar sitting against a wall holding a tin cup.

  6. Ralph Kramden commented on Frank & Ernest 2 months ago

    Next week they can use the same gag in a nursery — “Caught with our plants down!” Or maybe laryngitis in a monastery — “Caught with our chants down!” Or a radio talk show — “Caught with our rants down!”

  7. Ralph Kramden commented on B.C. 2 months ago

    When my grandfather turned 80 we put 80 candles on a normal-sized cake. The individual flames merged into one giant one. In retrospect, not a great idea.

  8. Ralph Kramden commented on Frank & Ernest 2 months ago

    “Don’t end a sentence with a preposition” is about as silly a rule as “Never split an infinitive”, which is also a holdover from Latin. I make it a point to always split my infinitives.

  9. Ralph Kramden commented on JumpStart 2 months ago

    Life imitating art? The other day I saw an article about a big-box employee caught on camera using a deodorant stick and putting it back on the shelf.

    http://tinyurl.com/pd25fdh

  10. Ralph Kramden commented on FoxTrot Classics 2 months ago

    But the phrase “kernel panic” is pretty much specific to Linux/Unix, according to Wikipedia. I had to look it up, and I’ve been programming for 40 years.