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  1. 4 months ago on Dark Side of the Horse

    A very >sophisticated< tomato was out walking, her little tomatoes following. One lagged behind. “Ketchup!” she shouted.

  2. 11 months ago on Dark Side of the Horse

    It was an unfortunate situation They were in virtual isolation For us it’s a source of frustration Like they say, location location location But if you want my recommendation It could have been fixed with some determination He needed a better, more gooder occupation One with, you know, more compensation He could get that with some higher education And then to remove their far separation We’d say what they needed was transportation That’s why we have aviation I’d also recommend some communication

  3. 12 months ago on The Elderberries

    … and when he said that, shoulda seen ’em scamper

  4. 12 months ago on Cul de Sac

    LOL! Who sez LOL instead of ha ha ha

  5. about 1 year ago on Cul de Sac

    “Today’s” strip is obviously about science/paleontology. Mark Twain wrote a short story of novelette about this same thing in general, the theories and posturing of science. “Some Learned Fables, For Good Old Boys And Girls”. Worth a glance, or more

  6. over 1 year ago on The Elderberries

    I didn’t know we liked Joseph Conrad

  7. over 1 year ago on B.C.

    Riding up the car at Snowbird I saw a chimney, snow on the floor, about 20 degrees off vertical, about 20 feet wide… and somebody had skiied down

  8. over 1 year ago on The Elderberries

    It’s a brand of candy, sort of like jelly beans.BTW, what has happened to the artwork here? Compare Evelyn’s face to a year ago

  9. over 1 year ago on Brewster Rockit

    Yes! This will require a Special True-crime Podcast.

  10. over 1 year ago on Dark Side of the Horse

    Sampson, you can figure that on the internet, for every person that left a comment, there were 50 who read itbut didn’t comment (and liked it or didn’t, maybe in about the same ratio as those who commented) . I for one almost ALWAYS like what Horace has to say.