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  1. Strod commented on Stone Soup Classics about 20 hours ago

    Hmmm… Jello Jewels:



    Quite frankly, it doesn’t seem to be half bad. I think these ladies may be overreacting.


    Now, regarding the kids they may have a point. At least it will make for an entertaining story arc (hopefully).

  2. Strod commented on Dilbert Classics 3 days ago

    I believe it was on this strip from 1990:




    For reference, that strip was re-run in Dilbert Classics on 2013:


  3. Strod commented on Cul de Sac 4 days ago

    Really? Jeeeeesus! 


    But don’t worry, dear ComicLass, we will also find a Halloween costume for you on time.  :-)

  4. Strod commented on Adam@Home 5 days ago

    But why in Heaven’s name didn’t Laura tell Katy what the problem is so that they can bypass Adam entirely (at least until money gets involved)?

  5. Strod commented on Non Sequitur 6 days ago

    Actually, it also appears in mainstream dictionaries like the Oxford Dictionary of (British) English and the New Oxford American Dictionary (of American English, of course).

  6. Strod commented on Red and Rover 6 days ago

    Hi. No, I meant that sometimes even if the picture is of good quality, it is just doesn’t carry the emotion that made the original moment special. In other words, sometimes the “specialness” is not in the visuals, but we fool ourselves into thinking that it is.


    Yeah, I guess I’m not being very clear. Sorry.

  7. Strod commented on One Big Happy 7 days ago

    What Ruthie is doing here, throwing poor April Mae under the bus, is totally reprehensible.


    Now, if she had said “Cylene” then it would be fine. ;-)


    (BTW, at Creators.com / ArcaMax, Ruthie reveals something about her we have known for ages.)

  8. Strod commented on Red and Rover 8 days ago

    Yes, but you do figure out that, in retrospect, many of those “neat” photos weren’t so neat after all…   :-(

  9. Strod commented on Cow and Boy Classics 9 days ago

    Had to look “tatonka” up.


    It turns out “tatanka” is the Lakota word for the American bison.



  10. Strod commented on Over the Hedge 9 days ago

    Yes, that’s a very good point.