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Over the Hedge by T Lewis and Michael Fry

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  1. SukieCrandall commented on Luann about 4 hours ago

    Nothing on the signs indicated any prize, just a night of shared entertainment.

  2. SukieCrandall commented on Luann about 13 hours ago

    Hey, i had a cool thing happen, a mostly unilateral optical illusion. It has not yet begun raining, but the courtyard parking lot asphalt looked like it had little puddles. When i closed my worse eye the illusion went away. With just my bad eye the smearing makes the wet look appear, but using the two together is even more effective fir seeing what is not there — till just now actually since Steve just called that the rain began right now.

  3. SukieCrandall commented on Luann about 16 hours ago

    LOL! Credit where credit is due! Can’t you see Bernice with a mini-derby “fascinator” clipped on (the pinning or clipping being what technically separates a fascinator from a hat according to a friend in the industry) along with shirt, a checked jacket, suspenders, baggy trousers, and funny fitting brown oxfords or maybe brogues?

  4. SukieCrandall commented on Luann about 21 hours ago

    Yes, i believe you suggested this option two or three days ago, Airman.

  5. SukieCrandall commented on Luann 1 day ago

    Walter:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qcAq6fRADzI

  6. SukieCrandall commented on Luann 1 day ago

    YES! Jeff Dunham’s Walter:
    https://www.jeffdunham.com/characters/walter/

  7. SukieCrandall commented on Luann 1 day ago

    I am trying to remember. There is an act where a man has several dummies, including a snarky old man one. Bernice reminds me of the snarky old man dummy with her words and appearance here.

  8. SukieCrandall commented on Luann 1 day ago

    This act works for me.

  9. SukieCrandall commented on Luann 1 day ago

    Not exactly a spoiler: i will not say how, but the Friday strip is funny!

  10. SukieCrandall commented on Luann 1 day ago

    It can be done, though. When i had a neuromuscular disease while a college student my hands would decide to not cooperate, so that year, just by doing it since i had to, i wrote and took notes by alternating between my hands, and used a small tape recorder when both were simultaneously uncooperative. Easy? No. Possible? Certainly. It just took a bit of time and effort.