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  1. ireoftsubaki commented on The Humble Stumble 3 months ago

    It is lucky for a woman to find a man who shares HER interests in camping and Money Python. And with his guitar skills he can provide fireside entertainment!

  2. ireoftsubaki commented on Francis 4 months ago

    I found this one on there (NCR) too, but further back (Sept. 30). They might be just submitting them to each website at different times.

  3. ireoftsubaki commented on The Bent Pinky about 1 year ago

    Obviously not Don Bruce (the fairy godfather) from Hit or Myth.

  4. ireoftsubaki commented on Dog Eat Doug over 1 year ago

    Dee Theo – if you click on the comic it magnifies.

  5. ireoftsubaki commented on Barney & Clyde over 1 year ago

    Actually, using ‘they’ or ‘their’ when referring to an individual of unknown gender is generally accepted. I think the term for it was “epicene.”

    It is also accepted where it is unknown whether or not the person(s) referred to is singular or plural. You can even find it used in Shakespeare.

  6. ireoftsubaki commented on Tim Eagan over 1 year ago

    Maybe the guy wearing the stripes (and impersonating my Country that was based on Freedom) should be pictured with handcuffs and a hangman’s rope coming out of his pocket. Maybe the methods undertaken to try to stop a financial boondoggle were extreme, but the poor and middle class alike will be harmed by the overspending spree we have been on for the last long while. The more we spend, the less we have to develop and grow. We are digging a bigger and bigger hole in which to bury ourselves, and bright dreams will not fix it.

  7. ireoftsubaki commented on Inherit the Mirth over 1 year ago

    YES – Kaos the Fifth Horseman, who doubles as a dairyman! Terry Pratchett is Genius!

  8. ireoftsubaki commented on Cleats over 1 year ago

    September 14th this year. It changes from year to year.

  9. ireoftsubaki commented on Stone Soup over 1 year ago

    It would be better to threaten to choose her school wardrobe for her . . . pink, ruffled, and sparkly!

  10. ireoftsubaki commented on Barney & Clyde over 1 year ago

    . . . and here I thought “downhill from here” referred to how the proverbial $h!t rolls.