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Frazz by Jef Mallett for March 18, 2020

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    RAGs  almost 2 years ago

    Maybe you just need more sleep when you are growing and less when you are shrinking?

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    pschearer Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    I have no idea what the kid is talking about. I get lots of sleep! Several times a day.

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    whahoppened  almost 2 years ago

    Everything slows down, even our brains, so we don’t notice.

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    well-i-never  almost 2 years ago

    I only got up to rest my back in a chair for a bit. And the phone rang. That didn’t help.

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    Concretionist  almost 2 years ago

    You wanna know what heaven is? Heaven is having an alarm clock and never setting it to ring!

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    jpayne4040  almost 2 years ago

    It’s certainly an age thing.

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    DorothyGlenn  almost 2 years ago

    I guess I am late to the movie, but no mention of Caulfield’s parents, that I recall. And I am too tired to look it up. lol

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    BigBobbyBoy  almost 2 years ago

    Interest stuff:

    https://www.hoganmag.com/blog/four-of-a-kind-a-cartooning-roundtable

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    e.groves  almost 2 years ago

    We peak in our twenties. It’s all downhill after that.

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    JamieLee Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Sleeping has never been a problem in my famdamily. I have elderly relatives that can sleep 10 hours every night. I could sleep 9 hours a night if I didn’t have to get up to go to work. (yawn)

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    sandpiper  almost 2 years ago

    Speaking from 80+ years of experience, I can say that being an old person is similar to living long years in the same house. The foundation settles. The walls move slightly out of true and the windows tend to stick. The roofing shingles become less resistant to weather. The cold finds more ways to get through the insulation. The plumbing needs help. And the lights sometimes flicker. But, it takes the load and persists. And so do we.

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    poppacapsmokeblower  almost 2 years ago

    I volunteer to get more sleep.

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima  almost 2 years ago

    Age bigotry is the new “okay” bigotry, especially toward older folks. Have fun, you’re next.

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    dbmail545  almost 2 years ago

    Got this one. When I retired it occurred to me that before lamps most people got at least 12 hours sleep in the winter. QED sleeping in is best!

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    dogday Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    C’mon, folks. Very late 60s here, and I sleep fine after days when I physically exert. Days when I snooze a lot, I mostly just doze or rest most of the night. Also, I don’t have as much muscle mass that needs tending to, so it’s the other parts that are resting. Just common sense. And fortunately I don’t have a lot of night pain to deal with; THAT makes a huge difference.

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    Bill The Nuke  almost 2 years ago

    My lack of sleep is not by choice. But come a little closer so I can smack you with my walker.

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    angryparsnip Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Dislike that child, he will grow up to be a very woke just like Prince Harry.

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    Night-Gaunt49  almost 2 years ago

    Jef Mallett’s Blog Posts

    Frazz17 hrs · Even people who don’t know me that well are looking at today’s strip and saying, “I guess we all know who’s coming off a short stretch of insufficient sleep. People who know me all too well know that short stretch is my 40s and 50s. Well, that’s an exaggeration. Not ALL of my 50s. Not yet.With all the pools closed while we try to contain the virus and the lake still too cold for mortals, my swimming options have, um, dried up. So I’m making good on that “someday” promise to reacquaint myself with running. So in addition to being sleep-deprived enough to draw this strip honestly, I’m pretty familiar with soreness, too.

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    asrialfeeple  almost 2 years ago

    I thought these days paracetamolum was the painkiller of choice.

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