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  1. over 12 years ago on Shoe

    Much luck to you BQB, and great point sarge. I’ll be sure to shape up the next few days.

  2. over 12 years ago on Pickles

    Oops, guess not…there has to be something laying around…cobs, maybe.

  3. over 12 years ago on Pickles

    William Tidler Jr. says:

    I think this comic strip just “gave me the business”

    With the economy going the way it is maybe you’ll HAVE to use this strip in a day or two to DO your business! Bought tp lately?

  4. over 12 years ago on Tank McNamara

    The Democrat’s version of trickle down is voodoo too. Or maybe doodoo.

  5. over 12 years ago on Pickles

    I just have to read my local newspaper. They make up new words all the time without explanation…usually on the front page.

  6. over 12 years ago on Non Sequitur

    chastd says:

    Yes, Grazer, but in the arts, it’s a chicken/egg dilemma. Demand wanes as the quality supply disappears. That might explain why everyone quit rushing out to buy more Chinese junk. The race to the bottom, initiated by the likes of Wal-Mart, has ended…we’re there. With consumerism making up 70 % of U.S. GDP, it’s going to be a long haul back up to the ‘new normal.’

  7. over 12 years ago on Tank McNamara

    Oh, yeah…very funny strip today. Tank has been leaving me wanting for sometime now. Like since the 100-0 girls series.

  8. over 12 years ago on Tank McNamara

    Tigers came up just a bit short tonight. I was rooting for them too…no bracket, just wanted them to win.

  9. over 12 years ago on Pat Oliphant

    I find it odd no one mentions the lawyers in all this mess. Of 15 or 16 qualified presidential candidates that squared off last election cycle, no one dared raise the specter of tort reform. The greedy ambulance chasers are largely responsible for the huge spike in mal-practice insurance rates. It is obscene that some doctors pay half a million dollars annually for insurance. Are we so afraid of the lawyers, that we cannot say enough already? The out of control lawsuits are why we get so many unnecssary and duplicate tests leading up to a diagnoses. In just the last 20 years, lawyers, doctors, hospitals and drug companies have saturated the airwaves with their ads. I remember a time before this was the norm. Go to any doctor’s office and wait an hour. No less than 3 drug reps will come in. You can spot them a mile away…with their 50,000 dollar SUV’s and 1,000 dollar suits. this sight sickens me. The drug companies have corrupted congress the past 20 years; now they fast-track ineffective and dangerous drugs through the FDA for huge profits, while killing people. They also got their patents extended, effectively killing generic compition. Time to back up 20 years and stop the advertising, get the reps out of doctor’s offices and put reasonable limits on malpractice damages. That, and enforce the immigration laws and secure our southern border. Our 60-year post- wwII party has come to an end folks.

  10. over 12 years ago on Non Sequitur

    baslimthebegger says:

    Mike is now surgically impaired.. Next up: The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover

    Great movie–especially when dinner was served….or when the ‘bird’ was stuffed in the library…lol