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  1. Armitage72 commented on Over the Hedge 3 days ago

    There used to be female animals in the strip.
    RJ dated a raccoon named Luby and Verne dated a turtle named Velma, although originally, RJ dated Velma and Verne dated Luby.
    There was a period in which RJ was in love with a poodle named Dottie, as well.

  2. Armitage72 commented on Monty 3 days ago

    It’s time travel Monty.
    Fleshy could stay away for years, and still be “back within the hour”.

  3. Armitage72 commented on Lio 19 days ago

    Maybe I’m showing my age, but there was a time when HBO showed educational and children’s programming. Anyone else remember Braingames?
    Of course, I also remember when Sesame Street was aimed at children older than toddlers. Curse you Elmo…

  4. Armitage72 commented on Lio about 1 month ago

    I wonder if Lio is coming from a Science Fiction Double Feature.

  5. Armitage72 commented on Lio about 1 month ago

    Trump recently Tweeted a picture that consisted of his face, the White House, and some marching soldiers, all on an American flag background.
    The problem was that the soldiers were actually Waffen-SS, some of the worst of the Nazis.
    The Tweet was quickly deleted and an intern was blamed.

  6. Armitage72 commented on Monty about 1 month ago

    Mythbusters tested using mud to conceal your body heat, using “Predator” as the basis. Your body quickly warms the mud, so it becomes useless within a minute or two.

  7. Armitage72 commented on Get Fuzzy about 1 month ago

    The bugs in the yogurt is a reference to an earlier comic.
    It was originally from 2006 and most recently appeared on September 24, 2014.


  8. Armitage72 commented on Get Fuzzy about 1 month ago

    There is synthetic glycerin, as well as glycerin derived from plant oils, usually palm or soybean.
    It came up at work a while back when I was getting one of our cleaning products certified for use in Kosher and Halal food processing plants.

  9. Armitage72 commented on Over the Hedge about 1 month ago

    This reminds me of a scene in the 1989 Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner black comedy “The War of the Roses”.
    In one flashback, Turner’s character is letting their children eat candy, saying something like “Studies have shown that children who are allowed to eat sweets whenever they want don’t crave them later in life and don’t become obese teens.”
    A following scene is set about 5 years later and the kids are practically spherical.

  10. Armitage72 commented on Get Fuzzy 2 months ago

    Four more days.
    I just checked my copy of “Dumbheart”.