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  1. belgarathmth commented on Working Daze about 18 hours ago

    Would have been funny to have Snoopy thinking “Good grief.”

  2. belgarathmth commented on Monty 1 day ago

    He gets this seasonal job at the costume store every year, so I’d say he’s a job floater. He probably just does whatever minimum wage job comes along and lives paycheck to paycheck. That’s not actually all that uncommon.

  3. belgarathmth commented on Monty 10 days ago

    There’s actually a good warning here. Garage doors can be dangerous. Never try to fix one yourself. Always call a company that specializes in garage door repair.

  4. belgarathmth commented on Calvin and Hobbes 12 days ago

    I did get a significant inheritance from my grandparents, but I feel grateful for that, not entitled. My mother got half of their wealth, and then died two years later. While it would really have helped me to inherit from her, I didn’t really do for her like I should have during her last two years of life, so she left it all to a friend of hers who was more there for her, and I didn’t get a cent. I have mixed feelings about that, but our relationship was never very good, and I don’t think I was entitled to the money in any way.

  5. belgarathmth commented on Big Nate: First Class 12 days ago

    At least she didn’t flunk him. If the reporting had been accurate, I would have been torn as a teacher between needing to penalize him for not following the assignment and wanting to reward his creativity. The wrong facts in it make it a little more clear of a grading decision, though.

  6. belgarathmth commented on Big Nate: First Class 14 days ago

    All Columbus was interested in was finding a new, faster trade route to India. He was motivated by money. After he finally figured out his huge navigational mistake, he did his best to find a way to capitalize on that by claiming the new lands for Spain, becoming one of the founders of the Spanish imperialist era. His story got whitewashed for future generations, with lots of partial truths and lots of outright lies, so they could feel less guilty about all the killing and forced displacement of the South American and North American natives.

  7. belgarathmth commented on Stone Soup Classics 15 days ago

    I would have been the one in the lower left of panel one, ignoring the chaos with back to the other kids, reading/doing my homework assignments so I’d have my evening free.

  8. belgarathmth commented on Pooch Cafe 26 days ago

    This is how I got both my current cats. They just appeared outside my patio door window, and camped out until I started feeding them. Even after feeding, they continued to stare inside. Finally I opened the door and let them become inside cats. Their contentment is my contentment.

  9. belgarathmth commented on Stone Soup Classics 27 days ago

    I’ve noticed that the reruns seem to be about a month off from their original publishing dates.

  10. belgarathmth commented on Big Nate: First Class 30 days ago

    That’s odd – I’ve been reading the more current strips for a long time, and I’ve never seen a Miss Clarke strip. She must not have gotten much use as a character in the strip.