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  1. Ralph Kramden commented on Frank & Ernest 4 days 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!”

  2. Ralph Kramden commented on B.C. 9 days 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.

  3. Ralph Kramden commented on Frank & Ernest 12 days 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.

  4. Ralph Kramden commented on JumpStart 12 days 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.


  5. Ralph Kramden commented on FoxTrot Classics 13 days 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.

  6. Ralph Kramden commented on FoxTrot Classics 14 days ago

    A minor correction:
    1/9 = 0.111…
    0.999… = 1

  7. Ralph Kramden commented on Real Life Adventures about 1 month ago

    Shades of Rumpole! He probably refers to his wife as “She Who Must Be Obeyed” (but not to her face).

  8. Ralph Kramden commented on FoxTrot Classics about 1 month ago

    Paige could have avoided the trap by answering “Yea” in the first panel.

  9. Ralph Kramden commented on The Born Loser 6 months ago

    City chicken is usually pork, put on a skewer to vaguely resemble a drumstick. I looked it up once when I saw a package in the store labeled “city chicken” that clearly didn’t contain chicken.


  10. Ralph Kramden commented on Wizard of Id 9 months ago

    From the sign on the door, the clinic must specialize in treating dyslexia.