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  1. MaxStarmanJones commented on Herman 1 day ago

    If it’s Sioux, you can sue. If it’s Apache, we’ll just patch you up.

  2. MaxStarmanJones commented on Nancy 3 days ago

    Don’t tell Nancy that she left the camera on and that Sluggo saw the whole thing.

  3. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 3 days ago

    Jim, I don’t know if you are the one who updates that senate.gov website or it’s just a site you like, but either way, it’s an excellent, concise explanation of what happened that day. Thanks for the link.

  4. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 4 days ago

    Ripley’s urban legends. The Atchison thing has been refuted for a long time. Zachary Taylor did not want to be sworn in on the “sabbath” so he waited until Monday. There is nothing that says that a president has to be sworn in to make him president. Taylor became president before being sworn in. And just in case that is too confusing, remember that nobody swore in Atchison either.

  5. MaxStarmanJones commented on Nancy Classics 6 days ago

    I’m wondering if Spike Lee has tried to sue this comic yet for using his copyrighted name, as he did a TV network a few years ago.

  6. MaxStarmanJones commented on Pearls Before Swine 12 days ago

    The only reason MTV and VH1 are still available is that everyone who has satellite is forced to pay for them. For some reason, they are always in “tier 1.” If satellite and cable were “cafeteria” plan, there would be a lot less channels to choose from, but the channels left would be a lot better. The main reason I do not have cable or satellite is that I don’t want to pay for junk channels.

  7. MaxStarmanJones commented on Calvin and Hobbes 14 days ago

    The one “sticking point” for those of us who believe that Frazz is Calvin, all grown up.

  8. MaxStarmanJones commented on Peanuts 16 days ago

    Thank you, Kind Sir!

  9. MaxStarmanJones commented on Peanuts 16 days ago

    Schulz wrote three books of comics that featured a teen-aged youth group, called “Young Pillars,” “Teen-Ager Is Not a Disease,” and “What was Buggin’ ol’ Pharaoh?” Today’s comic reminded me of one of them.

    I don’t know how to publish images in here, so I will just put the link:


  10. MaxStarmanJones commented on Peanuts Begins 17 days ago

    All I have read said that, during the 50s and the 60s, the strip became "autobiographical.