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  1. GoodDoctor commented on Endtown 4 months ago

    We have seen Holly’s back story (at least part 2) most likely from a Dittos’ construct. We know this because of the torments that Sparkplug Jones is/was going through seeing his wife change to monster that killed his daughter.

    Maybe what we are seeing now is the battle that is going on in Holly’s head. She loves Lyn and she loves Wally.

    Lyn represents the Good Old Days before the War. Wally represents everything that has changed from the way we interact with each other to the way they need to survive.

    Which one will claim Holly’s future, the “Good Old Days” or reality as it stands?

  2. GoodDoctor commented on My Cage: New and Old 4 months ago

    It is calling playing the mail timing game. One of the reason’s why I do not use either Auto-pay or pay-on-line. I like to play the float.

  3. GoodDoctor commented on Dog Eat Doug 4 months ago

    The High Speed printer’s ink was being changed out when this page was being printed ;-)

  4. GoodDoctor commented on Dr. Whiskers 6 months ago

    The brain should work well with the dog. The brain on intravenous and the dog a frequent visitor to or resident of Colorado.
    A problem will occur with the cat and the brain, both want to rule the world. Of course we might have a Mussolini and Hitler combo all over again.
    Tune In again, same bat time, same bat channel.

  5. GoodDoctor commented on Endtown 6 months ago

    See my post from yesterday, it looks like it is Krupp.

  6. GoodDoctor commented on Endtown 6 months ago

    Interesting, it is a Krupp Incinerator.

    I will let you all think about that one and World War Two.

    For those in the United States, may you all remember the scarifies of those in or were apart of, the military this Memorial Day.

  7. GoodDoctor commented on Endtown 7 months ago

    Either that shaft is the Garbage shoot or the “dumb waiter” is hydraulic. I say it is the garbage shoot and they should land in a dumpster.

  8. GoodDoctor commented on Pearls Before Swine 8 months ago

    In the mid to late 70’s I attended Polytechnic Institute of New York (Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute and now assimilated into NYU). I had a class on the History of Science and Technology for one of my Liberal Arts classes. The Professor was an “exchange professor” from another University in which PINY had a cross teaching/class arrangement. The other school want to offer engineering classes but was not accredited at the time for engineering curriculum.
    Anyway, you had the right to view you opinions but on any assignment, if you did not hint at or outright state that everything will eventually lead to the worldwide communist revolution, then the most you would get on any assignment would be a score of 65. You needed a 70 or grater to pass the course. All it took was one assignment for the whole class to figure that out. The first assignment, the class average score of 55 and after when we realized what was happening, the average grades became 85 for all the following test and quizzes. Did any of the students believe that, maybe one at most out of 20 there but why but heads on a class, at the time, was nit a important, in our eyes, as the Advance Water Supply or Air Frame Structures.

  9. GoodDoctor commented on Endtown 8 months ago

    Deer in the Head Lights. Poor Holly and Lynn.

  10. GoodDoctor commented on Luann 8 months ago

    Most of the time if you grew up in an area, you do not go to the tourist places, you kind of look down on them. I now live in Northeast Alabama and you would not believe how many of the locals have not gone to Huntsville to visit the Space and Rocket Museum or gone to Russel Cave National Monument or Chattanooga (Rock City, Ruby Falls and the Chattanooga National Battle Field).