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  1. scaeva commented on Zen Pencils 3 months ago

    I agree that this should be a poster in every science and art class—in the few places they are still taught. I use “taught” in the true sense: taught = thought.

  2. scaeva commented on Barney & Clyde 4 months ago

    ROTFL!

  3. scaeva commented on Frazz 5 months ago

    That kid will be director of the NWS—starting tomorrow.

  4. scaeva commented on Zen Pencils 10 months ago

    Those who conform choose the illusion of security.

  5. scaeva commented on Beardo over 1 year ago

    Thank heavens! I look forward to this strip every day. Good luck with the project wrap up.

  6. scaeva commented on Non Sequitur over 1 year ago

    The New Shred-o-matic!

    Siamese cats were originally bred as temple guardians. Now you know why.

  7. scaeva commented on On A Claire Day over 1 year ago

    Where is this place? I want to eat there! And I’d certainly like to meet the characters—I need more good people in my life.

  8. scaeva commented on On A Claire Day over 1 year ago

    Software glitch—have no idea how that got posted twice.

  9. scaeva commented on On A Claire Day over 1 year ago

    I’ll second that, especially the part about telling Claire—and “celebrating another day of livin’” at Gianni’s.

  10. scaeva commented on On A Claire Day over 1 year ago

    I fail to see the humor in this situation. Having been nearly dead at least twice, I find this nothing but grim. Sure, her dad keeps his sense of humor and makes jokes. I did too, because laughing is better than screaming, and it helps the morale of those around you. But staring death, even potential death, in the face is grim unless death is the only possible release from pain.

    Like others, I hope this ends well, and doesn’t come from personal experience. But there is nothing to teach or learn here. Until you’ve been through something similar, as patient or someone close to them, you just cannot understand.

    On the other hand, I suspect this is from personal experience, and this may be part of the cartoonists’ way of dealing with it. If so, they have my heartfelt sympathy. Claire, her family and friends (human and otherwise) are dear. I never miss a strip: It’s part of my “celebration of another day of livin’.”