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  1. jrfranks commented on Clear Blue Water 3 months ago

    WOW! I just watched TPB again last night!

  2. jrfranks commented on 2 Cows and a Chicken 4 months ago

    Using a loupe for gold? I thought the loupe was used for diamonds. Acids are used to test the purity of gold.

  3. jrfranks commented on The Big Picture 6 months ago

    Didn’t Bambi have a buck or two?

  4. jrfranks commented on Adult Children 7 months ago

    Well, you’re not getting any tonight,,,

  5. jrfranks commented on Andertoons 7 months ago

    Um, the would be “3 hatches down your starboard…”

  6. jrfranks commented on For Better or For Worse 11 months ago

    @Templo S.U.D-
    Kristofferson wrote it…

  7. jrfranks commented on Doonesbury 11 months ago

    Sounds like they should have gotten an education likely to get them a REAL job. My lodge brothers who went to community college have made good livings as electricians, plumbers, and HVAC. Who works on your car?

  8. jrfranks commented on Doonesbury about 1 year ago

    The DMV here (in NC, USA) issues a non-driving picture ID to those who are not driving. With proper documentation, easily produced if you have Medicaid (welfare), the ID is free. So, get up off your gluteus maximus and get it. Ya needed ID to get your Medicaid, didn’t ya?!

  9. jrfranks commented on Luann about 1 year ago

    Brad was not intending to “shoot her down.” Just the idea of fatherhood scares him spitless. I was in his shoes 40 years ago, when I dated a woman with a couple of kids.

  10. jrfranks commented on Candorville about 1 year ago

    Did you miss the part where the guy in the blue shirt reached with his right hand behind him, out of sight of the Peace Officer, at which point the the Peace Officer drew his weapon??? The Peace Officer WAS FORCED to assume the man in the blue shirt was drawing a lethal weapon. If he waited to see if the hand was empty or if it held a weapon would be too late.

    Make your decision in no more than a tenth of a second.

    That’s all time the Peace Officer had to decide to save his life, and those whom he was sworn to protect.