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  1. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Tom the Dancing Bug 5 days ago

    Joy Sabl, exactly…

  2. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on The K Chronicles 10 days ago

    “Dixon D. White”’s message is for real. Check this article out: http://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/2015/04/16/atlarge/eZJrWQ737phXs9at2Hme7M/story.html

  3. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    Teresa, If you’re reading this: I’m late chiming in here. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your wonderful, fun, thoughtful strip and blog. I miss your presence and send all my well wishes!

  4. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    Blog: Kentucky Fried Chicken. That’s the “Big Chicken” — a famous landmark in Marietta, Georgia. It became a Kentucky Fried franchise long after it was built. It was rehabbed and a woman tried to steal the original chicken eyes. She was arrested and charged with stealing big chicken eyes…

  5. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    Re: tracked motorcycle turning: I had the exact same questions.

  6. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    And, yeah, never give up on Grace!!!

  7. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    I like listening to Zeke Clements sing "Kiss Me Quick (and Go Away), http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhfO17H2M0c, while watching both the Dung Beetles and the Pencils animations. Try it. You’ll like it, too.

  8. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause about 2 years ago

    Yes, a birthing chair. You beat me to it.

  9. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause over 2 years ago

    The common flicker is the State Bird of Alabama. Alabama has been known as the “Yellowhammer State” since the Civil War. The yellowhammer nickname was applied to the Confederate soldiers from Alabama when a company of young cavalry soldiers from Huntsville, under the command of Rev. D.C. Kelly, arrived at Hopkinsville, KY, where Gen. Forrest’s troops were stationed. The officers and men of the Huntsville company wore fine, new uniforms, whereas the soldiers who had long been on the battlefields were dressed in faded, worn uniforms. On the sleeves, collars and coattails of the new calvary troop were bits of brilliant yellow cloth. As the company rode past Company A , Will Arnett cried out in greeting “Yellowhammer, Yellowhammer, flicker, flicker!” The greeting brought a roar of laughter from the men and from that moment the Huntsville soldiers were spoken of as the “yellowhammer company.” The term quickly spread throughout the Confederate Army and all Alabama troops were referred to unofficially as the “Yellowhammers.”

    When the Confederate Veterans in Alabama were organized they took pride in being referred to as the “Yellowhammers” and wore a yellowhammer feather in their caps or lapels during reunions.

    From: http://www.archives.state.al.us/emblems/st_bird.html

  10. KathDu GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause over 2 years ago

    100 eyes – just like Argus Panoptes in Greek mythology.