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  1. emptc12 commented on Herman 26 days ago

    That’s me, coming out of Half Price Books. Big thick books I could never afford full-price, bought for under $10!

  2. emptc12 commented on Tom Toles about 1 month ago

    “He’s my brother, and he weighs a ton!” – from Erma Bombeck.

  3. emptc12 commented on Kliban about 1 month ago

    Robins would do that to our strawberries. Ground squirrels would take one nibble on our tomatoes. And rabbits would nibble off new flower transplants, just for kicks. Sometimes animals seem to just have bad attitudes.

  4. emptc12 commented on Kliban about 1 month ago

    My grandfather used to discourage apple “poachers” by spraying the fruit with hot pepper sauce.

  5. emptc12 commented on Kliban about 1 month ago

    It’s a farmer disheartening the sneaky squirrel.

  6. emptc12 commented on Bad Reporter about 1 month ago

    Carson: “Oh, and those people who die in plane crashes … how silly of them … I would jump out just before the plane hits the ground!” Why do we put up with these cartoon characters? I keep expecting to see the Warner Bros. logo and, “That’s All Folks.”

  7. emptc12 commented on Scenes from a Multiverse about 1 month ago

    Punk anti-social stem cells have not yet learned proper discipline.

  8. emptc12 commented on Savage Chickens about 1 month ago

    Years ago, the easiest way for tech support to fix thorny issues was to say, “Re-format your hard-drive and use your installation disks to reinstall your system. Call back if that doesn’t work.” Windows 3.1 and DOS came on three floppy disks, as I recall. For some of today’s computers, in psychotherapist terms that would be like telling you to re-enter your mother’s womb, be absorbed, and go through the process all over hoping you turned out better.

  9. emptc12 commented on B.C. about 1 month ago

    “Worms is good. I wish I had more in my garden.”
    We had a big garden, and believe it or not we had leaves delivered from town. Wood chips, too. They came in garbage trucks, that dumped them in big piles. We made the most beautiful compost out of it, and it was ALIVE with critters. This was before municipalities got smart and took organic matter to composting centers.

  10. emptc12 commented on Pop Culture Shock Therapy about 1 month ago

    I miss the original Cap’n Crunch, as voiced by Daws Butler. The history of cereal cartoon characters is a long one, and I remember so many of them. Why? Because it was effective advertising aimed at an impressionable audience: young kids. If only teachers would use those ad methods more in teaching important things. It would be inelegant, but it would work.