B.C. by Mastroianni and Hart for October 07, 2021

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    Michael G.  12 months ago

    Where’s the sinker?

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    Enter.Name.Here  12 months ago

    “Damn phishing schemes!”

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    Doug K  12 months ago

    Since it requires literacy, this kind of lure would probably work best on those fish that are in a school.

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    dave1960  12 months ago

    I’m a Nigerian Prince…..

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    mrcooncat  12 months ago

    “We want to discus an extended warranty with you … "

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    Imagine  12 months ago

    Gone phishing.

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    Chithing Premium Member 12 months ago

    That is one pug-ugly fish on the right.

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    MY DOG IS MY CO PILOT  12 months ago

    Fishing for business.

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    pathamil  12 months ago

    Bait and switch without the bait…

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    Achtung  12 months ago

    Would u like to renew you car warranty?

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    tammiammi  12 months ago

    Yep, the fish market

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    Chris  12 months ago

    pathetic…

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    Doug Taylor Premium Member 12 months ago

    Sorry Charlie.

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    jagedlo  12 months ago

    “Seriously guys? You ACTUALLY THINK that this is going to work?”

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    dflak  12 months ago

    Phishing, spam and other scams would not work if people weren’t so gullible. Whatever happened to critical thinking? When has it been replaced with denial and wishful thinking?

    I remember the days when, “It must be true, I read it on the Internet” was a joke.

    I believe the mainstream media very little, Fox News even less and social media not at all.

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    Zebrastripes  12 months ago

    Where’s the bait…surely it not the sign…lol

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 12 months ago

    Who? The fishermen or the pyramid-ers?

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    flemmingo  12 months ago

    Your car warranty is about to expire!

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    Tentoes  12 months ago

    The Legal Department has been calling me lately.

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    rshive  12 months ago

    Desperate indeed. Put a pretty picture on the hook.

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    ChessPirate  12 months ago

    “Come on an adventure to a whole different world!”

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    sneezykevina  12 months ago

    Your tail fin warranty is about to expire

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    blakerl  12 months ago

    Yes that is what happened to Charlie Tuna!!

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    writerofstories  12 months ago

    Michael G. – Try to remember this is a comic strip……fish don’t really talk or understand about fishing, fishermen never put signs on their lines, etc………..it doesn’t have to be logical or realistic…..it’s pretend…..

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    raybarb44  12 months ago

    They need to drop their line to the bottom for those bottom feeding sucker fish which are actually what those sales people/telemarketers are: bottom feeders………

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    RalphKramden77  12 months ago

    He’ll fall for it hook line and sinker

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    ScratchyPDX  12 months ago

    It’s probably a pyramid scheme. Once they pitch it, you’ll be hooked.

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    spaced man spliff Premium Member 12 months ago

    I’ve got this deal on a New York bridge….

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    Jim Kerner Premium Member 12 months ago

    More like, stinker!

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    eddi_tbh  12 months ago

    Bait for blindfish.

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    bobgreenwade  12 months ago

    I can’t believe I’m the first one to say this:

    It’s obviously a phishing scam.

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    sheashea  12 months ago

    Is that considered click bait??

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