Cul de Sac by Richard Thompson for April 08, 2024

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    mccollunsky  3 months ago

    Alice is ready for the X-games

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    Cpeckbourlioux  3 months ago

    Philosophizing with Bennie and Dill, great way to start the day!

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    davidob  3 months ago

    She’s a swell guy. You can expand on that. The times are out of joint.

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    nyrB Premium Member 3 months ago

    the preschoolers of alice’s world have amazingly vocabularies

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima  3 months ago

    All those syllables. You guys are on a roll.

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    Crewless  3 months ago

    A STF (slip, trip and fall). Call Dewey, Cheetum and Howe!

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    well-i-never  3 months ago

    I love this one! YEE HAW!

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    joeboronat  3 months ago

    I remember when my friends and I would do that in the eighties!

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    oish  3 months ago

    It’s Ramp season! (Allium tricoccum)

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    Izzy Moreno  3 months ago

    Careful, Alice. That kind of daredevil action might lead to mild discomfort, and that is very, very dangerous.

    At least, that’s what the experts claim, maybe.

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    CeceliaWD Premium Member 3 months ago

    We had a sidewalk like that. It was caused by tree roots. I don’t think anyone ever ran into the tree.

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    ComicsBinger Premium Member 3 months ago

    I would yell Yeehaw when we drove over a bumpy railroad track. my friend from Texas just rolled her eyes

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    1JennyJenkins  3 months ago

    In real life: we’ve had such a depression close enough to our house on the sidewalk for years, and the city works comes around year after year marking it with fluorescent paint spray to warn us, and then another person comes around marking it with a white paint spray to indicate that it should be replaced, and five years later it is still not done. Last year I called the councillor to find out when this part of the sidewalk will be done, and finally I have my answer: the works dep’t is waiting for more of them to heave, so that the whole street can be done all at once! What they did this spring, finally, is to shave off that sharp edge, so if you are walking you won’t trip over it…There are already at least ten or more of those indicators…

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    6turtle9  3 months ago

    Well, it is springtime, which means the tube slide is growing exponentially. All that extra weight is probably causing the tectonic plates of the sidewalk to buckle. Cul de Sac has many natural wonders, and one natural horror- YEE HAW!

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    dogday Premium Member 3 months ago

    Uh-huh. In Chicago, somewhere on the northwest side, I believe, there is, in a square of the sidewalk, the….um, fossil…of a rodent of some description (the indentation of a squirrel or possibly large rat that died and somehow became embossed in the concrete). Dutiful (wait ‘til I catch my breath after guffawing) city workers from time to time fill in the fossil, only to have neighborhood fossil devotees clear out the patch and restore the beloved fossil. I dunno, don’t ask me; is there a moral, a lesson for the ages, a plea for therapy? Beats me. It’s Chicago.

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    j.l.farmer  3 months ago

    Those are some mighty big words and matures thoughts for kindergarteners!!

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