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  1. Steve Dutch commented on Real Life Adventures 4 months ago

    We’re on the Eve of Instruction…

  2. Steve Dutch commented on That is Priceless 4 months ago

    Bouguereau has appeared here before. He may not have known art, but he definitely knew what he liked to paint.

  3. Steve Dutch commented on Ten Cats 4 months ago

    Our first cat ate house plants, which died anyway because my new bride’s horticultural skills were weak. So on a job interview trip, I bought a cactus, figuring it was something she couldn’t kill and the cat couldn’t eat. A couple of moths later I saw the cat dragging the dead cactus around.

  4. Steve Dutch commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    It would be a milder version of What Stalin did to the Soviet armed forces before WWII. Milder, I hope.

  5. Steve Dutch commented on Doonesbury 4 months ago

    In “Invisible Man,” Ralph Ellison described a “literacy test” from the Jim Crow South – recite the Constitution from memory. (The black voter did, just to show them up. He was still denied). Make it color blind and universal and I could totally get with that as a requirement. No, I can’t do it now but I d****d well would be able to by November if we had it.

  6. Steve Dutch commented on Tank McNamara 4 months ago

    I could see the vultures circling waiting for Bill Gaines to die. That’s when Mad totally jumped the shark.

  7. Steve Dutch commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    Right. It’s a higher concentration of trash than average but hardly a floating island. Dump ’em there anyway.

  8. Steve Dutch commented on Pearls Before Swine 4 months ago

    Here’s your sign. It said the HELMETS would be magnetized.

    Best platform yet. Rat for Prez. And the big floating garbage patch is perfect.

  9. Steve Dutch commented on Shoe 4 months ago

    Just as disgusting

  10. Steve Dutch commented on Tank McNamara 5 months ago

    It went out the window in 1896 when the idea of national teams was introduced, with the flags and playing the national anthem.