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  1. Steve D088 commented on Ten Cats about 4 hours ago

    Celebrate your country’s independence by blowing up a little bit of it" — Homer Simpson

  2. Steve D088 commented on Pearls Before Swine about 4 hours ago

    Alternatively, "If thou tootest not thine own horn, it will not getteth tooted.

  3. Steve D088 commented on Shoe 27 days ago

    Give it back. You’re getting it all wrinkled.

    Salute to Benny Hill. Cue “Yakkity Sax.”

  4. Steve D088 commented on Pearls Before Swine 27 days ago

    Death Metal, right?

  5. Steve D088 commented on Citizen Dog about 1 month ago

    You don’t need a warrant for non-invasive surveillance, whether flying a plane or sitting in a squad car.

  6. Steve D088 commented on Pearls Before Swine about 1 month ago

    Ummm, crocodiles lay eggs, don’t they?

  7. Steve D088 commented on B.C. about 1 month ago

    It’s in Green Bay, WI. The owner of a Sinclair station refused to turn his over because it was a landmark for people looking for the stadium. It was stolen, eventually recovered, and now sits there full of concrete.

  8. Steve D088 commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    But now you can designate someone to maintain your online presence after you log out in meatspace. So it’s all good.

  9. Steve D088 commented on Dilbert Classics about 1 month ago

    I see it now, but given the stupid things people say on line with cocksure belief in their correctness, taking it literally was forgivable. Like the lady who charged 35 cents for bars of soap at a garage sale, or a box of 48 for $12 (i.e. 25 cents each). Someone went to a social site and accused her of ripping people off, charging $4 a bar (48/12). And the site moderator AGREED WITH HER.

  10. Steve D088 commented on Doonesbury about 1 month ago

    Belgrano was originally a U.S. ship, the only undamaged survivor of Pearl Harbor. This was the first sinking by a nuclear submarine.

    If you’re going to fight a war, the Falklands was about as civilized as war can be. British and Argentine nationals in the other country were unmolested, and prisoners were treated humanely and promptly released.