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  1. Ralph Ziggy commented on Working Daze 2 days ago

    how about the ones with faces in monitor posting on cartoon forums?

  2. Ralph Ziggy commented on Wizard of Id 2 days ago

    allium is actually one word of several for garlic in latin, satis is enough…but no vum

  3. Ralph Ziggy commented on Broom Hilda 3 days ago

    er no, “freshenedd” is at no extra charge. A 2nd glass of wine will cost you. If you or your mother was hoping for free glass of wine I have sad news for you both.

  4. Ralph Ziggy commented on Herman 3 days ago

    sometimes feds kick in the door and shoot people at the wrong address

  5. Ralph Ziggy commented on Working Daze 3 days ago

    naw, it can be a start. He can make them bring the party snacks

  6. Ralph Ziggy commented on Angry Little Girls 3 days ago

    Mom, you should have been a nun

  7. Ralph Ziggy commented on Herman 3 days ago

    Such people existed half a century ago too.

  8. Ralph Ziggy commented on Broom Hilda 4 days ago

    you were married before 1949?

  9. Ralph Ziggy commented on Broom Hilda 4 days ago

    yes they did have both. Modern terrorism started in the 18th century, and police brutality and executions are much, much older

  10. Ralph Ziggy commented on Broom Hilda 5 days ago

    Let’s see, when I was a kid, no cell phones, no microwave ovens, no home computers or internet, no electronic games, cars had carburetors so hard to start in winter or restart in extreme heat (vapor lock), seat belts and AC in the car were optional, TV needed heat up time for vacuum tubes and most people had black and white, office jobs usually required coat and tie and men wore dress hats, women wore dresses or skirts unless very casual event, most full size family cars had horrible gas mileage like 8-15 mpg, fax machines and copiers out of reach of small business or churches (mimeograph! spirit duplicators!), cameras took film and were grainy at “fast speed” like ASA/ISO 400, snow blowers out of reach of most, no weed whackers…….why were those days so good again?