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  1. Rp GG commented on Peanuts 18 days ago

    I saw that one coming.

  2. Rp GG commented on Loose Parts 25 days ago

    I have the same problem, but, with commas.

  3. Rp GG commented on Lio 29 days ago

    Good one. My first thought was, where did he get a ’57 chevy.

  4. Rp GG commented on Pearls Before Swine 29 days ago

    Doesn’t anyone under 50 read these comics?

  5. Rp GG commented on Strange Brew about 1 month ago

    super glue, I get it. Though it begs the question of what the horse is doing dressed up like that.

  6. Rp GG commented on 9 to 5 about 1 month ago

    I was surprised to learn that this phrase was coined fairly recently, 1976.

  7. Rp GG commented on Peanuts about 1 month ago

    From https://www.facebook.com/ArmwrestlersOnly/posts/138296469674239

    This Day in Armwrestling History…

    46 years ago today – May 3rd, 1968

    The 7th World’s Wristwrestling Championship is held in Petaluma, California. The event receives more media attention than ever before, thanks to the Championship being featured in a Peanuts storyline during the 10 days leading up to the tournament. Charles Schulz’ comic strip is the most popular one in the world, which results in millions of people learning about Petaluma and the Wristwrestling Championship for the first time. A couple of teenagers shine on this day. John Brayton, a senior in high school, wins the 32-man lightweight class and 17-year old Jim Dolcini takes the 200-pound title by beating 1967 champ Jim Pollock in the finals. (Dolcini had lost to Pollock in the 1967 200-pound final at only 16 years of age!) Mickie Novis wins the Women’s Division for the second year in a row. And 1963 Unlimited Division champion Duane “Tiny” Benedix comes out of retirement after a five-year hiatus to become the first person to reclaim the Unlimited Division world title.

    The final Petaluma-themed Peanuts strip is also published on this day. Snoopy had been training for the Championship, but in the end he is disqualified because he has no thumbs!

  8. Rp GG commented on 9 to 5 about 1 month ago

    Any comic historians out there that know who was the first cartoonist to use placard carrying doomsayers? It seems to be one of the most popular clichés in comics. Others include the man crawling across a desert or stuck on a small island with a single palm tree.

  9. Rp GG commented on Close to Home about 1 month ago

    If that is Denny then I would say that the shark repellent is as effective as chiropractic.

  10. Rp GG commented on Strange Brew about 1 month ago

    Not really sure what is going on here. It looks like the whole background is on fire, or is it just the birdhouse? Did the colorist make a mistake?