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  1. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on That is Priceless about 1 month ago

    “Uh, guys, they’ve decided to chop your heads off.”

    “Dude! Can’t you see we’re trying to play chess here?”

    Sang-froid. Definite sang-froid.

  2. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on In the Bleachers about 1 month ago

    So that’s where boo-birds come from.

  3. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Strange Brew about 1 month ago

    Is it really so hard to spell “Tabasco?”

  4. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on The Argyle Sweater 3 months ago

    Dear Mr. Hilburn: If you’re going to try to use the forms of Renaissance-era English, at least get them right. “Why draweth he not upon the wall” would be correct. It’s really very simple: you can’t have two conjugated verbs in the same clause, then or now.

    @Eric Salinas: he did his thing on the ceiling first. Twenty-five years later, having finally gotten drawing on ceilings out of his system, he came back and drew on the wall. Lo, the power of one’s upbringing!

  5. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on That is Priceless 4 months ago

    Anybody know where to find more information about this painting? I did a Google Image search on the artist’s name and found lots of his work out there, but not this one.

  6. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Strange Brew 4 months ago

    Right, now I remember!

  7. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Strange Brew 4 months ago

    OK, I’ll ‘fess up, I don’t get it. Explanation, please?

  8. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on That is Priceless 7 months ago

    Isn’t it about time this strip updated?

  9. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Over the Hedge 10 months ago

    It was not Churchill. See http://quoteinvestigator.com/2012/03/07/haggling/ for their story on it, which concludes that it was a fiction directed at Lord Beaverbrook.

  10. Rugeirn Drienborough commented on Pooch Cafe 11 months ago

    As I recall, in the Iliad, somebody went up to the gates of Troy and said, “Hi! Here’s a horse for ya’ll! BFF’s, OK?” I think the dogs skipped that part.