The Buckets by Greg Cravens

The Buckets

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  1. Al S.

    Al S. said, about 1 month ago

    Eskimos have so many words for snow, because, for one, Eskimo is comprised of multiple cultures/languages — Inuit, Aleut, and Yupic. Secondly, most off those terms are for various of snow conditions. The same can be said for ice.

  2. Greg Cravens

    Greg Cravens GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    In this case, what Larry says about anyone having different names for snow can’t be taken as a fact, or legend or even rumor. It’s just one of those old dumb sayings that people trot out when they have a point to make. It’s nice when you guys think I’m only going to put encyclopedic information into a comic strip- that shows an astounding amount of faith in my ability to make dry facts into something funny, but really, I’m just going to make The Buckets talk the way people talk, in order to efficiently communicate a funny concept… like the fact that it doesn’t matter WHAT you call a remote control, ‘cause it ain’t gonna come when you call it.

  3. Vice Admiral Allan |  youtube.com/iamallan2

    Vice Admiral Allan | youtube.com/iamallan2 said, about 1 month ago

    Mornin’ people.

  4. Greg Cravens

    Greg Cravens GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @Vice Admiral Allan | youtube.com/iamallan2

    ‘morning people’… those are the ones that wake up cheerful and upset the heck out of ‘evening people’, right?

  5. Perkycat

    Perkycat GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @Greg Cravens

    LOL!! You are even funnier in your comments. Still laughing.

  6. Marko56

    Marko56 said, about 1 month ago

    Zenith called them, “Space Commanders.” Had 4 buttons on them that, when depressed would strike a tone bar that the tv would “hear” then turn on, off, channel up, or down.

  7. Saucy1121

    Saucy1121 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @Marko56

    My uncle had on of those. My dad figured out he could change things by jingling the change in his pocket. One way to annoy and provoke his brother-in-law.

  8. Comic Minister

    Comic Minister said, about 1 month ago

    Try not to lick her hand Larry.

  9. dzw3030

    dzw3030 said, about 1 month ago

    @Greg Cravens

    “‘cause it ain’t gonna come when you call it.” Now you tell me!

  10. Number Three

    Number Three said, about 1 month ago

    I’ve heard the term “The Clicker” being used quite often.

    xxx

  11. Josh  Lyons

    Josh Lyons GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    I have another term for it: “The Final Solution” (when there’s nothing on at all, you use it to turn the set off).

  12. mightaswellbe

    mightaswellbe said, about 1 month ago

    In my family it’s ‘The Stick’ because we lost the damn thing once so we made my wife a button poker out of an eight foot piece of quarter round and sharpened one end. She’d ease back in the recliner and cross her feet and then prop the ‘Stick’ between them and proceed to watch two hours of soaps in 45 minutes. So now there are at least eight people in the world that know waht we mean by ‘The Stick’.

  13. Greg Cravens

    Greg Cravens GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @mightaswellbe

    That’s awesome!

  14. Vice Admiral Allan |  youtube.com/iamallan2

    Vice Admiral Allan | youtube.com/iamallan2 said, about 1 month ago

    @Greg Cravens

    I’m a night owl, who can get up at the crack of dawn, when needed… but prefers going to bed at 1-3 AM.

  15. Hunter7

    Hunter7 GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 month ago

    @Greg Cravens

    Its a remote. The channel changer is the kid sitting on the floor. And I have heard there are ways to make the darn thing beep like your car or car keys. I find it easier to just look between the chair cushions.
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    Now Greg there may be many words for snow. After all, its just frozen rain. We have words for rain. Some cannot be printed. Or said out loud in public.
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    soft, gentle, soothing, misting, misty, scots mist, drizzle, spotty, scattered, showers, light rain, rain, heavy rain, sleet, hard, mixed, and the ever affectionally known deluge and monsoon. Feel free to add your own.

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