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  1. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe 10 days ago

    Whenever Chum comes up with an idea …

    Nobody, but nobody, can be that stupid and still maintain a job with that much responsibility.

  2. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Mutt & Jeff 16 days ago

    1946 — I graduated elementary school and started high school.

  3. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse 29 days ago

    I know the feeling quite well. In speech class(mandatory) in college no podium) my knees shook so bad the other students were whispering among themselves. However, after 35 years of teaching “emergency medicine” (First Aid, EMT, Medical Self Help, etc.) I no longer have that problem.

  4. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Pickles 30 days ago

    A local village is very efficient — Across the street from the doctor’s office is the funeral home and behind the funeral home is a cemetery.

  5. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Tarzan 30 days ago

    What? No victory yell?

  6. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Ziggy 30 days ago

    The worst part is we told the other side to go ahead and ship their explosives, etc. They have a 95% chance of getting them through TSA.

  7. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Tarzan about 1 month ago

    Won’t Sheeta’s scream also rouse the temple guard?
    If I was a temple guard, Sheeta’s scream would probably encourage me to go in the other direction.

  8. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on For Better or For Worse about 1 month ago

    That is kind of a violent thought towards babies, but …

    A theory has it that the lyrics, like the tune “Lilliburlero” it is sung to, refer to events immediately preceding the Glorious Revolution. The baby is supposed to be the son of James VII and II, who was widely believed to be someone else’s child smuggled into the birthing room in order to provide a Roman Catholic heir for James. The “wind” may be that Protestant “wind” or force “blowing” or coming from the Netherlands bringing James’ nephew and son-in-law William of Orange, who would eventually depose King James II in the revolution (the same “Protestant Wind” that had saved England from the Spanish Armada a century earlier). The “cradle” is the royal House of Stuart.4 The earliest recorded version of the words in print appeared with a footnote, “This may serve as a warning to the Proud and Ambitious, who climb so high that they generally fall at last”,5 which may be read as supporting a satirical meaning.

  9. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on Shoe about 1 month ago

    Even unlisted RoBo still calls.

  10. Tin Can Twidget GoComics Pro Member commented on The Born Loser about 1 month ago

    Armed Forces’ Day is to honor those in uniform.
    Veterans’ Day is to honor those who were in uniform, but have since removed it.
    Memorial Day is to honor those who never had the chance to remove the uniform.