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  1. l-empress68 commented on Strange Brew 4 days ago

    …by about this much!

  2. l-empress68 commented on Rubes 6 days ago

    My first thought was “right IN.” My second thought was, pull up your pants!

  3. l-empress68 commented on Jeff Stahler 9 days ago

    I don’t care when equal pay was “mandated.” Gender inequality still exists. So does age discrimination. Most often, the same task has different names when done by a man or a woman. (E.g., bookkeeper vs. “junior accountant.”)

    Just because you haven’t experienced it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist. It only demonstrates a kind of selective blindness.

  4. l-empress68 commented on Herb and Jamaal 12 days ago

    And that is why, at my parents’ house, grapefruit was peeled and eaten out of hand. (Except on Thanksgiving)

  5. l-empress68 commented on Jeff Stahler 24 days ago

    If you’ve lived long enough, you know that all programs got off to a rocky start. They all survived. I would rather have Medicare, still imperfect, than have to survive with no insurance at all.

  6. l-empress68 commented on Freshly Squeezed about 1 month ago

    That is a comment on the mindset of kids — to stop if anything is too hard or too unpleasant. It is also a comment on the parents who were too lazy to teach their kids.

    But this is a generally enjoyable comic.

  7. l-empress68 commented on Jeff Stahler about 1 month ago

    You don’t have to worry. They’re dumbing them down.

  8. l-empress68 commented on Freshly Squeezed about 1 month ago

    Obviously, he’s got a guardian angel.

  9. l-empress68 commented on FoxTrot 3 months ago

    Thank you. I looked at the graphic and thought I had lost a cog. Granted, it’s forever since I had an art class, but I was pretty sure I was looking at Ionic. Guess someone couldn’t find a picture of the Parthenon.

  10. l-empress68 commented on Chan Lowe 4 months ago

    He couldn’t even manager Liberia. He called its citizens “Librarians.”