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  1. rich240 commented on Prickly City 8 days ago

    There is nothing wrong with supporting Hillary.

  2. rich240 commented on For Better or For Worse 9 days ago

    Michael is such a freak.

  3. rich240 commented on For Better or For Worse 9 days ago

    I don’t get this at all. If Mike wanted to eat with them why didn’t he just accept the invitation? Why does he go from cheerfully declining to suddenly, in the next panel, clawing at their window with sweat pouring off his face? This is probably as much an indictment of Lynn’s cartooning skills as Mike Patterson’s idiotic personality.

  4. rich240 commented on Pluggers 16 days ago

    Not generally a fan of Pluggers, but THANK YOU. Those new style hats with the totally flat brims look SO stupid. (And a big round gold sticker on the brim really marks you as a loser.) From the comments above I don’t think people get what he’s talking about. It’s the kind of big oversized bb cap with a brim as flat as a plate, usually worn slightly askew by dweebs like Bieber, a look which unintentionally suggests a special-needs child.

  5. rich240 commented on Arlo and Janis 25 days ago

    How exciting. She ignored the call and she missed it.

  6. rich240 commented on Tank McNamara about 1 month ago

    The Boston Globe just cancelled Tank McNamara after some 40 years. Write their editor and ask ’em to bring Tank back!! Send to: letter@globe.com

  7. rich240 commented on Tank McNamara about 1 month ago

    The Boston Globe just cancelled Tank McNamara after some 40 years. Write their editor and ask ’em to bring Tank back!! send to: letter@globe.com

  8. rich240 commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    This is one of those “slice of life” Arlo strips that isn’t actually intended to be funny. It’s a bleak and minimalist little scene with a touch of Ingmar Bergman.

    The wife is digging a hole. Husband offers to help, but wife says she’s fine. End of story. The camera pans pointlessly back to the chair he vacated (and we learn that — big reveal — what he was enjoying doing was reading a book and drinking lemonade). That’s the whole story.

    There is no indication given as to whether Arlo did help her after all, or went back to his reading, or perhaps stuck his shovel in the ground, had a heart attack, and they are rushing to the hospital as the lemonade grows warm. It’s a bit like The Sopranos final scene. Fade to black.

  9. rich240 commented on Arlo and Janis about 1 month ago

    Those “peeing baby” statues are SO classy.

  10. rich240 commented on Frazz about 1 month ago

    @Night-Gaunt49 said, “With his hands full he used his arms, legs and feet. Not the best way, but it can suffice.” BUT … his hands were full of WHAT?? Not hands hanging free, the kid said FULL. So was he holding fruit juice and it spilled when he clowned on the ropes and that’s why he’s sympathetic? I DON’T GET THIS STRIP. Also, how is Caulfield so knowledgeable about what Frazz did as a student 30 years ago?