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  1. leons1701 commented on Get Fuzzy 7 days ago

    Given the general quality of Bucky’s writing, Satchel is better off even if it wasn’t an excuse to hit him.

  2. leons1701 commented on Get Fuzzy 9 days ago

    And yet somehow, they still show up in most malls. Never did understand that.

  3. leons1701 commented on Frazz 10 days ago

    I gladly gave up watches once my phone became a portable time keeping device. Got tired of having to constantly clean the bands (sweat is nasty stuff and I’m an active guy who does a fair bit of sweating).

  4. leons1701 commented on Frazz 12 days ago

    I think that depends a lot on the lit class and even more on who’s teaching it. I’ve never had a hard one, but I’ve heard some “interesting” stories of the “better you than me” type.

  5. leons1701 commented on Non Sequitur 14 days ago

    Just wait a few years and if he answers at all honestly, you’ll REALLY regret asking.

    (Of course, all that stuff will still be in there too, it will just get interrupted a lot by things that can’t be depicted in the paper).

  6. leons1701 commented on Tank McNamara 16 days ago

    The IOC is one of the few organizations (other than explicitly criminal ones) that might be more corrupt than FIFA. Might, it’s a tight race.

  7. leons1701 commented on Get Fuzzy 24 days ago

    Damn, the more things change…

    Really, really hoping for a “Punk’d” to finish this year off.

  8. leons1701 commented on Tank McNamara about 1 month ago

    Amateurism was an invention of the Victorian elites to avoid having to acknowledge the accomplishments of working class athletes. By denying the accomplishments of anyone who got paid for them, they could keep “world records” safely in the hands of those who had the money and leisure time to perform for free, ie. themselves.

  9. leons1701 commented on Tank McNamara about 1 month ago

    And curling does? Don’t take that motto too seriously.

  10. leons1701 commented on Tank McNamara about 1 month ago

    Well, yes and no. Akron is at times rather proud of its not Cleveland status, but being only a little more than a half hour drive from downtown Cleveland, it’s very much a part of the greater Cleveland region. Akron sports fans mostly root for Cleveland teams, people in Cleveland saw LeBron play in high school. The entire NE Ohio region is relatively close knit and it’s that region that LeBron came home to. When 1.3 million people turned out for the Cavs victory parade, they didn’t all come from Cleveland (Cleveland’s entire population is only about a third of that)