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  1. Ralph Kramden commented on Non Sequitur 4 days ago

    I’ve been asked to take people’s pictures many times when carrying around my wildlife-photography rig. They must figure the bigger the camera, the better the photographer. As it happens, I almost never take photos of people, so I’m probably not very good at it. But nobody’s ever complained.

  2. Ralph Kramden commented on The Argyle Sweater 17 days ago

    I prefer:
    Leaves of three,
    Leave it be.

    And the addendum:
    Leaves of four,
    Eat some more.

  3. Ralph Kramden commented on Real Life Adventures 17 days ago

    As Dirty Harry said, “A man’s got to know his limitations.”

  4. Ralph Kramden commented on The Argyle Sweater 19 days ago

    When I were a lad, 6-12 was a brand of mosquito repellent.

  5. Ralph Kramden commented on Real Life Adventures 19 days ago

    “Wreak havoc on” sounds better than “with” to me, but either is correct, per the Free Dictionary. Both are about equally common, according to the all-knowing Google, and about the same as “play havoc with”.

  6. Ralph Kramden commented on Real Life Adventures 19 days ago

    A spell checker wouldn’t catch that. If it’s in the dictionary it’s considered a real word, even if it’s misused. You’d need a cliche checker to catch that one.

  7. Ralph Kramden commented on The Argyle Sweater 21 days ago

    People are dying to get into that office.

  8. Ralph Kramden commented on The Argyle Sweater 21 days ago

    That’s because the tractor is going so fast. Like when you hear a jet flying over, but it’s way ahead of where the sound seems to be coming from.

  9. Ralph Kramden commented on Dog Eat Doug 27 days ago

    Q: Why do dogs turn around three times before they lie down?
    A: Because one good turn deserves another.

  10. Ralph Kramden commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    They don’t allow through traffic any more. According to the following, you can drive across (after passing a security checkpoint), but then you have to turn around and go back.
    https://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/crossingguide.pdf

    Good thing you can still access it; the view from the top down to the river was the most spectacular part of the dam when I was there before the bridge was built.