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  1. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on For Better or For Worse 9 months ago

    The only thing that isn’t perfectly normal is your over-reaction to a comic where someone uses a pillow. Yeesh. It must be hard to go through life looking for the negative in everything.

  2. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on For Better or For Worse 9 months ago

    Just go with Dad. Problem solved. If you think of him as your Father, then that is what he is and it really isn’t important that he “techinically” isn’t.

  3. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Frazz 9 months ago

    The Who was an English band.

  4. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Baldo 10 months ago

    Yes it was.

  5. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Arlo and Janis 10 months ago

    And you wonder why people who have faith get mad at those who think only science is the answer? Simply attacking someones faith and calling it names isn’t going to win any anyone over. In fact, you make them more likely to disagree with you more. The climate is changing. No doubt about it. However, people can reasonably debate on how much is man-made and how much we can actually change the process. Also, is it a given that it will be worse for the world? Or is it more that we assume change is bad? It was certainly far warmer when the Vikings came to North America. But attacking faith like you did is just silly and pointless.

  6. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Frank & Ernest 10 months ago

    Actually not really. It just was the type of government people expected back then. As I remember it, God was in no hurry to place a King in charge but the people insisted. 1 Samuel I think.

  7. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Speed Bump 10 months ago

    Somebody took things too serious…

  8. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Frazz 10 months ago

    You’re just missing the pun.

  9. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on Grand Avenue 10 months ago

    Yay..a real Christmas cartoon!

  10. Lee-Anne Griffin commented on B.C. 10 months ago

    Well, of course we don’t know what the fruit actually looked like, but using an apple to signify it still gets the point across so absolutely nothing wrong with thinking of it as a type of apple.