Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for August 15, 2023

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    jasonsnakelover  9 months ago

    But do you know?

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    mccollunsky  9 months ago

    That is a nice lamp.

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    einarbt  9 months ago

    Memory, how does it work again?

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    donlackie  9 months ago

    You never know what will make an impression on a child

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    saylorgirl  9 months ago

    The things kids remember are classic.

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    Zebrastripes  9 months ago

    One good memory and she’s there! YAY!

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    Ed The Red Premium Member 9 months ago

    It’s called childhood amnesia and everyone has it. Studies have show that children as young as 8 can’t remember significant events that happened just a few years earlier. Completely forgetting a family vacation is a classic example. We don’t lose all our early childhood memories, but most of them slip away.


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    Vince M  9 months ago

    One of my very favorite entries – great window to how a kid’s mind works!

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    Impkins  Premium Member 9 months ago

    I see I’m not the only one who is fixated on lamps. :)

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    6turtle9  9 months ago

    I always enjoy the rare moments of reflection in Alice. So quiet and solemn; you can almost hear the gears whirring. And then suddenly, in panel four, she snaps back to the Alice we all, uh, love.

    Alice, don’t forget your shovel so you can bury Petey in the sand (to protect him from the sun, of course.)

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    Sisyphos  9 months ago

    Alice’s memory works in mysterious ways. And her leaps of “logic” (I LOVE the beach!) are even more amazing….

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 9 months ago

    Whatever works!

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