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  1. G_Manitley commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 26 days ago

    So, if Tucker were to resolve to “get off the computer”, what exactly would you prefer he do? Lie around and do nothing? He’s portrayed as the tech-savvy one and they are locked up in a kennel. His choices are pretty limited.

  2. G_Manitley commented on Jeff Stahler 26 days ago

    I’m sure he would like to take care of all those things on his list. Interestingly, the image shows him writing with his right hand, when he is actually left-handed.

  3. G_Manitley commented on Jeff Stahler 5 months ago

    @MangeyMoose – It’s not even on their computer… it’s on some hard drive in a server somewhere. Even if they’ve “deleted” it, there is still a backup. I don’t trust “the cloud” as far as I could throw it.

  4. G_Manitley commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 9 months ago

    He shouldn’t feel bad, it’s a pretty common trait in humans as well…

  5. G_Manitley commented on Dogs of C-Kennel 10 months ago

    I’m especially tired of the javascript popup which has recently been added to the left side of the page here at GoComics. I visit this site for a couple laughs, not annoying advertisements.

  6. G_Manitley commented on Jeff Stahler 11 months ago

    With the media these days, it’s all about signal-to-noise ratio… We just have to try to find the usable signal in all that noise.

  7. G_Manitley commented on F Minus about 1 year ago

    Considering Carrillo probably submitted this panel weeks ago, it’s not likely he could have forseen that the incident in NJ would occur.

  8. G_Manitley commented on Brevity over 1 year ago

    Only 900 mph? That’s a pretty slow bullet.

  9. G_Manitley commented on Brevity over 1 year ago

    So this is real good… I log onto here to check out the comics and my anti virus (Norton) notifies me that I have just been [unsuccessfully] attacked by malware from either this site or one embedded ads. The malware is known as “Sibhost Exploit Kit Website”and came from IP address 76.74.152.32.
    Make sure your virus protection is up-to-date and working!

  10. G_Manitley commented on Speed Bump almost 2 years ago

    Would be even more appropriate if the “girl-face duck” was taking her own picture at wing’s length (also known as a “selfie”)