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  1. MaxStarmanJones commented on Gasoline Alley about 18 hours ago

    The one Sunday of the year that I would rather see some Memorial Day tribute than have to see this buffoon.

  2. MaxStarmanJones commented on Random Acts of Nancy 2 days ago

    I think Ernie B. was the only person ever to use “baww” for the sound of crying.

  3. MaxStarmanJones commented on Mutt & Jeff 2 days ago

    This shows me what people are missing now. We listened to the ocean in shells, make “telephones” with cans and string, made “music” with boxes and string.

    Now people just use i-phones.

  4. MaxStarmanJones commented on Dilbert Classics 4 days ago

    It hit me harder than Dilbert, but I was mistakenly thinking of Rosie O’Donnell.

  5. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 days ago

    I don’t think anyone has yet joined the “frozen chosen” while still alive. They are all recently dead when frozen.

  6. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 days ago

    I will admit that, in the age of the internet, this comic strip is much harder to do.

    Maybe a good title would be, “Have you Googled…?”

  7. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 days ago

    Now THAT would be “Believe-it-or-Not-worthy!”

  8. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 5 days ago

    Let’s see: if the man is actually in cryonic suspension, why is he the “late” Dr. James H. Bedford? And about tarantulas running faster when it is hot, I’m trying to figure out how that is a “believe it or not” item. On a five-choice multiple choice, I could have guessed that one.

  9. MaxStarmanJones commented on F Minus 5 days ago

    Even brilliant strips like this can’t be exceptional every day. But they are worth coming to daily.

  10. MaxStarmanJones commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 7 days ago

    I doubt the “university teacher” story, mainly because the Spanish alphabet contains several letters that the English one doesn’t have, most notably, “ñ.”