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  1. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id about 23 hours ago

    When I was a bachelor I had a Lotus. Women stayed away in droves, understanding I would pay more attention to the car than to them. They were right.

  2. flagmichael commented on Over the Hedge about 23 hours ago

    @Me3000 – I love it!

  3. flagmichael commented on Over the Hedge 2 days ago

    The whole “hug” thing gives me the willies. I have suffered from PTSD for nearly half a century now and still the only people who can hug me without setting off a reaction are my wife and any young children. Reactions are worse than having the flu.

  4. flagmichael commented on Over the Hedge 12 days ago

    It just struck me… why was the well on a hill instead of in the lowland, where the water table should be closer?

  5. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id 19 days ago

    @Alan Watkins – not at all. I work with a lot of engineers and I don’t know a one of them who subscribes to AGW.
    The political dimension is troubling as well – the participants follow political lines more closely than for any theory since Hitler’s “supreme race” claim. Legitimate science does not look like that. (I am a career scientist… 44 years.)

  6. flagmichael commented on For Better or For Worse 20 days ago

    @felinefan55 – it is about a comic strip… rants here make me crazy. Call yourself what you want but please don’t make a parade of it.

  7. flagmichael commented on Arlo and Janis 23 days ago

    I guessed it was in the style of Ogden Nash. BTW, beymly, there are new Burma Shave signs along a portion of old Rt 66 near Seligman, AZ… I presume there are others elsewhere along he old Mother Road.

  8. flagmichael commented on B.C. 24 days ago

    Intelligence and education are distinct concept.

  9. flagmichael commented on Over the Hedge 25 days ago

    Hammy is not from around here. He crossed over through the mirror several years ago when Sammy went through the other way… a foreign exchange student, as it were.

  10. flagmichael commented on Wizard of Id about 1 month ago

    @ Granny Grump – exactly. Being “drawn” was equally gruesome. Our Constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment was inspired by the public torture-execution of French unfortunate Robert Damiens, who was quartered after hours of torture in private and in public.