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  1. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 5 days ago

    Maybe it was Red Skelton’s Junior-the mean widdle kid who “dood it” and deserved to get chased up the tree. Kids today are not as innocent as their parents think.

  2. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 7 days ago

    Perhaps an on-line University-love to see their catalog of courses!

  3. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 7 days ago

    Dennis the Menace was another one guilty of being in the birthday suit on occasion.

  4. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 7 days ago

    Don’t drink the Kool-Aid Ozzy.

  5. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Andy Capp 7 days ago

    Benny Hill (who else) did a skit on this where I believe perpetual foil Henry McGee is in need of an oar with Benny providing the predictable misunderstanding. Benny would never make it on television today, too politically incorrect.

  6. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse 9 days ago

    Also known as the Battered Bride (very politically incorrect)

  7. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 13 days ago

    Alright Coyoty and Bruno-anwer this-did the vehicle have a remoat starter. It obviously did not have remoat control.

  8. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Dark Side of the Horse 15 days ago

    Taking a page from Ralphie Parker’s Old Man’s book. If you like “A Christmas Story” try to find the sequel “It Runs in the Family” set the following summer to see the Old Man’s version of this. (There are at least 4 Ralphie movies; the second best known is "Ollie Hopnoodle’s Haven of Bliss, and the fourth is “The Great American Fourth of July and Other Disasters”.

  9. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 19 days ago

    Millie is probably one of them.

  10. khatkhattu GoComics Pro Member commented on Ozy and Millie 19 days ago

    Good one, I’ve never caught that reference before when reading this particular strip (I have the books-good art and writing deserves re-reading, occasionally will pick up something you’ve overlooked before. Oh, BTW thanks for the earwig;-p. For another reference to Tijuana try to find Homer & Jethro’s version of El Paso-I think I have run across it on a music site.