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Arlo and Janis by Jimmy Johnson for February 01, 2013
"Life is what happens while you're making other plans." You've probably heard John Lennon said that. Actually, it's attributed to Allen Saunders, a comic strip writer whose work included Mary Worth and Kerry Drake. Lucky so-and-so never had to be funny!
el8 over 10 years ago
“Everybody funny, now you funny too.” – George Thorogood
jaredpinnix over 10 years ago
Here is a LONG history of the quote for anyone else who has mis-attributed this quote many times in the past like I have: http://quoteinvestigator.com/2012/05/06/other-plans/
doublepaw over 10 years ago
When our paper imploded to three day delivery and very poor coverage, they raised the price. Not sound business practices I would think.
ScullyUFO over 10 years ago
Is it just my browser, or has the typeface changed? (Yes I know, it’s not my browser.)
jeanie5448 over 10 years ago
I subscribe to my hometown paper online because it is cheaper than home delivery or buying one from a machine and I don’t have all that paper stacking up.
finale over 10 years ago
Dying is easy; comedy is tough.
je40 over 10 years ago
Apparently Jimmy never has to be funny eiter.
Reppr Premium Member over 10 years ago
at least not today!
docredbird over 10 years ago
does A&J have a new person doing the lettering?
BillWa over 10 years ago
Life is what happens between failures
iced tea over 10 years ago
A good honest law abiding Christian deserves a long life.
SusanSunshine Premium Member over 10 years ago
Iced tea…. I’m confused.
What about the good, honest, law-abiding REST of us?
And what does that have to do with anything here?
peconpie over 10 years ago
…and before she became Mary Worth, she was Apple Mary!
Canoe-full over 10 years ago
Freedom of the press is limited to those WHO KNOW HOW TO RUN ONE!
Free color isn’t free.
Phosphoros over 10 years ago
One great thing I’ve noticed about this strip: Sometimes Jimmy J takes a break from the pressure of having to be uproariously funny every day. I respect and like that; it means the strip can go on consistently for years and not fizzle out.
Just a little regular glimpse into the lives of A&J and Ludwig is just fine now and then; it’s real life.