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Frazz by Jef Mallett

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  1. bigpuma commented on Frazz 1 day ago

    Sprinklers coming on in the rain cracks Mallett / Frazz up? Well, that explains a lot …

  2. bigpuma commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    I hope you’re not chuckling to death at that “in context and in character” dreck. If someone is to protest his expectation that others take his comments just as he has given them, then maybe he shouldn’t be so quick to misrepresent others’ comments. And how are we supposed to know what he means, anyway, when he throws up smokescreens of archness, filled will reversals and feigned ignorance?

  3. bigpuma commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    My standard for over-ripeness is very different than that of most. I’m saying that the sweetness level just after the green disappears is enough to make me gag. My “overripe” would be “not even close to ripe” to others.

  4. bigpuma commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    Make it a point to read “Frazz” here every day, Mr. Polo, and never in the newspaper. Be sure to read every single comment. Take notes. Memorize. If some comments get posted after you’ve gone to bed, get up in the middle of the night to see what’s fresh. Refer to your notes before you comment.

  5. bigpuma commented on Frazz 2 days ago

    I’m with ya, kid. Overripe bananas are bad news. I see just one freckle on the skin, and I know the contents will make me gag from that crazy sweetness. Banana bread is the answer, and it’s a brilliant one.

  6. bigpuma commented on Frazz 3 days ago

    More or less the same joke as last Thursday. Can’t be easy coming up with something new and funny every single day.

  7. bigpuma commented on Frazz 4 days ago

    Strike what I wrote yesterday about “intellectual integrity”. How about just plain ol’ honesty, fairness?

    You remind me of an NFL cornerback who grabs an opponent while the ball is in the air, not only interfering illegally, but practically mugging him. And then when the play has ended, he triumphantly waves his arms, signaling “incomplete” in a cynical (and absurd) attempt to convince the back judge that he’d made a clean play. And that’s as the whole stadium and television audience has seen not only the infraction, but the ridiculousness of the denial.

    To shift the simile, you flip-flop more than an Asian carp in the bottom of a Jon boat.

  8. bigpuma commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    @Ewal Doh: Is this where I politely explain that two of my three comments were direct replies to others’ comments? And that one was a re-statement of a repeated theme?

    And is this where you claim that it wasn’t obvious where your stilted, disingenuous comments were directed, reversing yourself yet again, in a (trademark) cowardly fashion?

    What’s a forum for, if not for give and take? Get over yourself. If you can find the intellectual integrity.

  9. bigpuma commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    Nice that Mr. Mallett has Frazz discreetly turning his head, concealing the patented eye-roll, indicating (only to us) how lame he found the kid’s gag to be. Or maybe he dislikes “air quotes” and is using them himself only with reluctance?

  10. bigpuma commented on Frazz 5 days ago

    There seems to be a lack of consensus on what “spill the Gatorade” might mean. Does he know that he’s such a klutz that he’s certain he’ll accidentally spill his own, or knock over the team’s entire supply? That’s my guess, as pouring it over the coach’s head is much more of a football thing.