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commented on Strange Brew
3 days ago
There are a lot people with mild to severe gluten intolerance, and for them this is a godsend. However, many others follow along for no reason at all. I like to say that the ignorant ones live a “glutenfrei” life. Though I’m sure the genuine ones are grateful for how much the price drops as demand increases.
commented on Non Sequitur
3 days ago
I love how so many haters of this strip go right past the point to remark on their notion that the other side is worse, thinks they’re perfect, or both. Wiley implies no judgment of the “current administration” for what it actually HAS done. Whether your faults are few or many, anyone who makes that much effort to heap someone else’s mistakes onto your plate is too busy casting blame to be a part of the solution.
commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not
4 days ago
Maybe the fumes of burning paint helped inspire Picasso’s subsequent work.
commented on Rose is Rose
5 days ago
My wife and I inherited our cat five years ago, and while getting used to living with my flock of finches, he mistakenly thought he could gain my favor by catching one of them for me. I forgave him for that soon enough (circle of life, right?), but since then I have made it clear to him that I will never be more than mildly affectionate. I take regular care of his feeding, and that’s it. My lap is off limits, and “mom” does the petting and grooming. Yet he has never mistaken my distance for outright rejection. I’ve recently been recovering from minor surgery, which has made almost every routine activity awkward and painful. Even though the kitchen table is forbidden during mealtime, he still risked getting up there at breakfast today just to give my hand a reassuring bump. Dumb kitty, you should know that stuff doesn’t work on me… (sniff :’-}).
commented on Big Nate
6 days ago
Nate’s being his usual self and deserves that reaction. But Gramps can still be pretty cool when he wants to. It’s not that pricey to get a really nice timeshare, especially if you do your homework on the different exchange networks. Heck, forget even purchasing one. Buy a week off an owner who’s not using it, and pay less than a hotel for much better accommodations.
commented on Oh, Brother!
8 days ago
Can’t speak for all of them, but when I spent two years wearing a black name tag, a simple “no thanks” was enough to send us to the next house. Besides, since the late 80s we’ve been trying to phase out the door-to-door approach, making it more of a last resort when the local congregation can’t (or won’t) keep them busy elsewhere.
commented on Ink Pen
12 days ago
Did Jim Davis know about this? Or did Hamhock simply buy the name from Orson?
commented on The Other Coast
28 days ago
Hehe, the L and I in panel 2 were just a bit too close to each other.
commented on Pickles
about 1 month ago
My brother was very particular about describing his age. Once he decided he was too old to be a “little boy,” but not quite a “big boy,” he insisted on being classified as a “little big boy.”
commented on Maria's Day
about 1 month ago
A dangerous pastime…
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