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  1. hjkl; commented on Betty 4 days ago

    Hilarious. And really, really sad.

    Eggplant is my favorite pizza topping! Serious!

  2. hjkl; commented on Speed Bump 5 days ago

    She does look great, but what’s that seam above her forehead?

  3. hjkl; commented on Calvin and Hobbes 24 days ago

    Packratjohn… It’s a catastrophe!

  4. hjkl; commented on Calvin and Hobbes about 1 month ago

    “The metric system is a featureless landscape, everything is powers of 10. It is too easy for people to drop a power of 10 or 1000. Powers of 10 are so Roman.
    The English system is multicultural, with Saxon base 12 multiples (dozen, gross), base 16, base 20 (score), etc.
    An encoding vector for English length units might be 12,3,1760 vs 10,100,1000”

    Funniest argument yet. You win.

  5. hjkl; commented on Luann 2 months ago

    Yeah! I like the direction this is heading! Especially loved Saturday’s strip, though.

  6. hjkl; commented on Reality Check 3 months ago

    My take is this: We are so lucky that the entire world is standardizing on a language we already speak that I am not complaining when grammar slips. I’d rather chat with people from Myanmar and Estonia than worry about misplaced modifiers and split infinitives.

    Who IS Noone, anyway? And why does she like grammar nazis?

  7. hjkl; commented on Rubes 3 months ago

    LOL – I was just about to look it up myself, but then I saw your post and you saved me the effort.

  8. hjkl; commented on Rubes 3 months ago

    Thanks! I had never heard that one either. Wish I had!

  9. hjkl; commented on Luann 5 months ago

    I agree with you. But some homes still have those ancient dishwashers that are really only for sanitizing. They can’t touch today’s excellent dishwashers.

    I don’t think it’s worth scrapping the entire relationship though!

  10. hjkl; commented on Luann 5 months ago

    Exactly. A wise spouse of either gender chooses his/her battles and lets the small stuff go. This is a good reminder.

    And it makes him insufferable, but I do tell him sometimes that his way was better after all. It puffs him up.