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  1. MaxStarmanJones commented on Gasoline Alley 3 days ago

    There are only two people on earth left who were born in the 1800s, both women. Walt’s world includes this one man, the only surviving WWI veteran.

    I know he will have to “move on” soon, and that’s why it’s been so frustrating wasting a whole summer with Rufus and Joel. I want to see Walt, while his being alive is even marginally plausible.

    More Walt, please! Then, if he gets a dignified send-off, so be it. But the past five years have been wasted. Why, even Walt’s picture icon on this comic has been replaced by a buffoon.

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

    According to what I read on several sites this morning, while some of the garbage is similar to the photographs we see of “islands,” most of it is much smaller; some of the plastic is below the surface of the ocean, even by several feet.

    Satellites cannot pick up the much smaller particles which are the largest amount of garbage.

    I read three sites this morning, the Wikipedia site, the Greenpeace site, and the National Geographic site, and surprisingly, they all pretty much said the same thing.

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

    While I do not like this “garbage patch” in the Pacific, and want to see it remedied, the Ripley article is taking the most exaggerated estimates. Even Greenpeace, which I consider to be somewhat reliable on this, says the patch is the size of Texas, not “twice the size of the continental United States.”

    The garbage patch is not visible from space, nor from satellite observations, so it has been difficult to measure or track. I would like to see an international project to recover as much of this plastic as possible. If you don’t feel badly for birds, sea turtles, and other ocean wildlife, do it for yourselves, because what goes into the ocean eventually ends up back on our tables.

  4. MaxStarmanJones commented on Gasoline Alley 5 days ago

    Walt! Walt! At least give me “proof of life” that he is still around. The buffoonery has gone on too long.

  5. MaxStarmanJones commented on Nancy 5 days ago

    If this were true, the Kardashians would not be as unhappy as they are.

  6. MaxStarmanJones commented on Peanuts Begins 5 days ago

    “Businesses used to spencer Little League teams way back in the day.”

    Smart phone auto-correct is so hilarious.

  7. MaxStarmanJones commented on Pearls Before Swine 7 days ago

    Two things that made no sense in the 70s: “Well, I think I will go charge my book and my cigarette.”

  8. MaxStarmanJones commented on Arlo and Janis 7 days ago

    I have experienced this many times, but the two that hurt the most were when Tom’s Peanuts went out of business. No one makes as good a bag of peanuts.

    The other is Old Spice. The new owners of the company were to cheap to continue the traditional glass bottles, and the original formula reacted badly with the cheap plastic substitute, so they changed the formula, which is a poor copy of traditional Old Spice.

    I hate is when a company is actually ashamed of what made them famous.

  9. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 9 days ago

    Chad Duffaut must be a lot of fun at parties. He’s also a fun date because he loves to charm the ladies with his “Donald Duck” voice.

  10. MaxStarmanJones commented on Nancy Classics 9 days ago

    I think she ought to get the cake. All the other kids are standing around grinning at each other, while Nancy is not part of the group. And nobody else is eating cake, anyway.

    This is not going to be one of those 60s teen parties, is it?