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  1. bigpuma commented on Frazz about 15 hours ago

    Preachy, preachy, preachy. Pretentious. Next topic, please.

  2. bigpuma commented on Frazz 1 day ago

    It wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest …

  3. bigpuma commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    Wait, what? Frazz couldn’t intuit that those two ideas came from the poor girl’s parents? Usually he can read minds, or at the very least, figure anything out with absolutely nothing to go on. Today, he’s as dumb as any other janitor in the State of Michigan. That’s fantastic!!

    Thanks, Mallett. That’s two days in a row that this thing has been (more or less) palatable.

  4. bigpuma commented on Frazz 4 days ago

    As for why I’d come back, why in the world do you come back, and keep reading my comments? The irony of that is pretty rich. But it’s nothing compared to the irony of your trying to prove you’re smarter than a guy you claim is trying to prove he’s smarter than Jef Mallett. And who shows his disdain for snarkiness with … more snarkiness. Bravo! You’re the hypocrite of the day.

  5. bigpuma commented on Frazz 4 days ago

    Ah, it’s election season, and the spin is on. Talk about false equivalence! How does not liking “Frazz” mean that I can’t get why others do? People like what they like! And that’s fine!

    I’ve said it before, TWIM: you’re a clever one, but you only make yourself look dim when you play with language dishonestly.

  6. bigpuma commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    “Frazz” at its absolute worst. Stupid, fat, hidebound Mrs. Olsen is wrong, wrong, wrong AGAIN. Had Mr. Burke not taken up running and remained an irredeemable lard bucket, might he ever have been so enlightened? Not bloody likely.

  7. bigpuma commented on Frazz 6 days ago

    Nice change of pace. Caulfield is reporting to Frazz something he’s witnessed, as opposed to bragging about some horrible thing he’s done.

    I like it!

  8. bigpuma commented on Frazz 7 days ago

    There’s a feature on Leonard Cohen in this week’s New Yorker. Haven’t read it yet (although I’m sure Caulfield has, because so many elementary school kids absorb every word of that magazine). I wonder if there’s anything in the story about how eight year-olds fit into his demographic …

  9. bigpuma commented on Frazz 7 days ago

    When I went with friends to see the Kinks play a concert in 1980, it was a thrill to hear them play “You Really Got Me”. Had to shake my head, though, when a guy in our group said, “That sounded almost as good as Van Halen.”

  10. bigpuma commented on Frazz 8 days ago

    One answer reflecting extreme self-satisfaction and the other expressing … what? False modesty? (The guy trains like crazy. Of course, he’s ready!) Even more self-satisfaction? (Ready or not, this disciplined champion will persevere and triumph, overcoming injury, bad weather, all comers.)A simple “yes” or “no” would be so much easier to stomach