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  1. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Pooch Cafe 4 days ago

    Replying late, but maybe you will see it…I am so sorry for all your losses and problems. Prayers on their way.

  2. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home 4 days ago

    This was hilarious! :-D

  3. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Luann 5 days ago

    As a former nurse (though not accustomed to examining comic characters, LOL!) I am worried about Bernice. Her body position, the sudden way she stopped talking, and her facial expression make me think she has something wrong and has suddenly passed out. I hope I’m wrong….

  4. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Fred Basset 6 days ago

    In Europe, they are much more likely to allow dogs (extremely well-behaved, in my limited experience) in restaurants, on streetcars, various places that you’d never see a dog in the U.S.

  5. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on CowTown 8 days ago

    No need to apologize! I love cheese – the real stuff, the comic stuff, all of it! I love a cheesy joke anytime!

  6. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Close to Home 8 days ago

    LOL at Land O’ Lunks. I’m seeing “Esmont,” though.

  7. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Big Nate 8 days ago

    Happy Birthday!

  8. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Marmaduke 9 days ago

    LOL…you’re welcome!

  9. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Marmaduke 11 days ago

    The electric dog fences I’ve heard about work like this: There is a device that causes an invisible electric beam to go across wherever a fence might normally be. The dog wears a special collar which activates the beam and causes a mild shock to the dog, which soon learns (maybe) that it shouldn’t go that far. They work sometimes well, sometimes not so well. But unless a child or other human is wearing the collar, they won’t get shocked. On the other hand, there are actual electric fences. The are regular wire livestock-type full fences. They are usually used on farms and are usualy illegal in cities (though I’m sure that depends on the place). On my aunt and uncle’s farm, they had entire fences electrified so that the hogs would not get out, and they worked very well. If a human (such as dumb me, since I already KNEW the fence was electric) touched the fence, it would give you quite a jolt, but it didn’t harm or kill you. There are also strings of wire that can be attached to the top of a fence to keep a dog in or out. They are usually illegal in cities, too, though I did use one in a mostly rural area for a dog that climbed the fence. It worked well, without harming the dog. I did put up several signs warning people that the top wire was electric. There are probably incidents where people and/or animals were serious hurt or killed for some reason by one of these devices, but they would, I’d think, be rare.

  10. FinnyGirl GoComics Pro Member commented on Frog Applause 14 days ago

    I agree. RIP Paul Katner. I never saw them live, but I sure loved (and still do) their music.