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  1. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Rubes 5 days ago

    Oh yeah! I can dig it :)

  2. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 2 months ago

    You’re the house of “Saxe-Coburg-Gotha” for goodness sakes – better a good Mosel or Rhine wine -But I recommend “eine gute deutsch bier! Prost!”

  3. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Non Sequitur 3 months ago

    Her Daddy, Billy Ray, had flash of fame with country song “Achy Breaky Heart” – Which led to her getting hired by Disney (had to have some leverage?) – Which later led to her desire to break from “good girl” Disney image – Which has led to her young adult train wreck of a life – AND eveyone loves to watch a good train wreck. . .

  4. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Zachary Nixon Johnson 5 months ago

    Hmm – just noticed is someone on the artistic staff a Thomas Pynchon fan or Buckaroo Banzai? – Yoyodyne was featured as an aerospace defense contractor in Pynchon’s 1963 “V” & 1966 “Crying of Lot 49”

    Also I understand it was a running joke that Yoyodyne Propulsion Systems (YPS) was a contractor for Starfleet in STNG. Mainly because they were Buckaroo Banzai fans as well.

    Interestingly I was introduced to “Crying of Lot 49” and “Buckaroo Banzai” in a 1990 college course on paranoia and superstition.

  5. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Zachary Nixon Johnson 5 months ago

    And cue “Deep Purple” in 3…2…1….

  6. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Calvin and Hobbes 6 months ago

    As I recall – A Tuna sandwich is how Calvin caught Hobbs in the first “Calvin and Hobbs” strip?

  7. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 6 months ago

    I am impressed – the Kubler-Ross stages of grief expressed in such a wonderful analogy – “Well played old boy!”

  8. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on New Adventures of Queen Victoria 7 months ago

    Good old Stalinist Soviet subtlety – using an ice axe when an ice pick would have worked just as well. However, like the AK47, the ice axe in the photo looks solid and dependable. Of course Stalin himself had little subtlety and probably commanded the GPU agents use an ice axe to make a statement.

  9. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Brewster Rockit 8 months ago

    And now Brewster needs to play a little game too called “Roundup” ( a reg trademark of the Scott’s company :)

  10. KZFisher63 GoComics Pro Member commented on Lio 8 months ago

    Are ya ready kids? Ooooh, Who lived in a pineapple under the sea? Absorbent & yellow – but now blended is he . . ."