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  1. wheintz GoComics Pro Member commented on Overboard 12 months ago

    Dog seat belt harnesses are readily available. They can be used with belts in the back seat or with a secured car seat that you clip the harness to. Not the skinny walking harness, but a special car harnesses with a wide, padded front panel. Snoozerpetproducts.com makes several nice and safe car seats for small dogs. No flying dogs.

  2. wheintz GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben about 1 year ago

    The new push mowers are not the tool of yesteryear. I have bluegrass and weeds. I bought a push mower and was greatly disappointed. Even the bluegrass mostly just gets bent over, not cut, by the modern push mower. If you have tough grass like St. Augustine a modern push mower is merely a decorative lawn accessory. A leaf blower is dandy though for removing a shallow snow fall from sidewalks and driveways! It will even blast snow prints off the walks.

  3. wheintz GoComics Pro Member commented on Ben about 1 year ago

    Funny strip! You’d be surprised at how effective cheering, treats, a gold star chart can be. They are all part of the book “Toilet Training in Less Than a Day” by Nathan Azrin Yes, it really works. Painless for everyone.

  4. wheintz GoComics Pro Member commented on Chuckle Bros about 1 year ago

    LOL! A British Commonwealth joke. We always stand on line in the queue at the wicket!

  5. wheintz GoComics Pro Member commented on Randolph Itch, 2 a.m. over 1 year ago

    Mondegreen’s! Whoohoo! 17th-century ballad "The Bonny Earl O’Moray as remembered by American writer Sylvia Wright: "When I was a child, my mother used to read aloud to me from Percy’s Reliques, and one of my favorite poems began, as I remember:

    Ye Highlands and ye Lowlands,
    Oh, where hae ye been?
    They hae slain the Earl O’ Moray,
    And Lady Mondegreen."

    The actual fourth line is “And laid him on the green”. ( fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mondegreen)

    “Gladly the cross-eyed bear”

    “Our Father who art in heaven, Howard be Thy Name”