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Such dolls existed in the 1940s. The closing of the yes was effected by the eyes being on an axis with a weight suspnded from it.
Opal (or perhaps the cartoonist) is confused. One can speak of not being able to throw a stone without hitting a member of a certain set or there being more members of a set than one could shake a stick at.
Dear Oak Ridge,
The quote has been attributed to Edmund Burke, but never found. If memory serves, there is something close in a letter to the sheriffs of Bristol. If the quote is in “War and Peace” (I assume you mean the novel, not some movie) it shoud be attributed to Tolstoy. But “War and Peace” is in Russian, so the question is what the original text said. Burke did write, “When bad men combine, the good mustassociate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice, in a contemptible struggle.” — “Thoughts on the Causes of the Present Discontents”
Alice is thinking back to last Wednesday’s strip (November 16)
Did Charles Schultz EVER do anything to equal today’s strip? That “Cul de Sac” isn’t better known is an indictment of America’s popular taste.
Dear Ms. REDACTED: The word is “playdowns.”
Lini is not gay. Note he is always surrounded by girls and note what panel 2 is really telling us.
And now we know why Lini is so called. The name is a nickname for Bellini.
P3: Does Lini’s jersey read “Charmant”?