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  1. paul brians commented on Non Sequitur 18 days ago

    Good cartoon. It would be spoiled by taking my advice, but I thought I’d share it anyway:

  2. paul brians commented on Pearls Before Swine 18 days ago

    The folks citing Western thinkers are missing the point. This is a spoof of “The Four Noble Truths” of the Buddha. I don’t know whether Stephan knew that in the second noble truth “tanha” (desire, craving) also means “thirst.”


  3. paul brians commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    First panel: Krazy Kat & Ignatz, Smokey Stover, Mutt & Jeff (don’t know the guy with the telescope.

    2nd panel: Andy Gump & Pogo, Barney Google, don’t know the guy in the background. Then to the right of the old year: Jiggs, Annie & Sandy, Happy Hooligan, the young Dagwood.

    3rd panel: left: Fearless Fosdick, center: The Yellow Kid, Right: The Little King. Don’t know the smaller ones in the background.

    4th panel: Mutt & Jeff again and Sluggo.

    Last panel: Li’l Abner in a tux!

  4. paul brians commented on Herman about 1 month ago

    College students often claim they have to miss class to go to their grandparents’ funeral. A fiendish colleague of mine decided to ask for the student’s parents’ address so she could send them a sympathy card.

  5. paul brians commented on Gasoline Alley about 1 month ago

    After featuring Frank Nelson’s floorwalker, we get a quick bonus from another Jack Benny show character: Sheldon Leonard’s racetrack tout.

  6. paul brians commented on That is Priceless 3 months ago

    My favorite cabbage painting is “Innocent Wedding” by Eugene Buland where the newly married couple still thinks babies are found in a cabbage patch.

  7. paul brians commented on Pickles 4 months ago

    Inside joke. In comics, speech is always rendered in all caps.

  8. paul brians commented on For Better or For Worse 4 months ago

    People who think hearing aids only amplify sounds without making them clearer haven’t tried modern aids. Men especially tend to hear less in the higher frequencies as they get older and fail to distinguish clearly between various consonants like P and T or S and F. Aids programmed to boost the frequencies you’ve lost can do a great deal to restore intelligibility. High end ones can even make music sound much more natural.

  9. paul brians commented on Dick Tracy 4 months ago

    The curious incident of the dog in the nighttime, reversed.

  10. paul brians commented on Alley Oop 4 months ago

    The silent film star with the awful voice in Singing in the Rain was Lina Lamont (played by Jean Hagen. “Lana” looks like an allusion to “Lina” to me.