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  1. about 3 years ago on Big Top

    The comic strip ran from 4/22/2002 to 3/25/2007 which is a couple days over 4 years 11 months. Using Excel, I figured the strip would run until 4/3/2022 assuming there’s no interuptions. So we’re good for a while. :-)

  2. about 3 years ago on Drabble

    Maybe the cat food tastes better than HoneyBunch’s cooking?

  3. over 3 years ago on Drabble

    It seems Honeybunch is full of crop.

  4. over 3 years ago on Drabble

    Thought the same thing about the score. But, considering Echo says “OK, Ready” in the first panel, yesterday was probably a warm up practice. (Echo doesn’t want to hurt herself giving Normal a beat down due to her muscles being cold). :-)

  5. almost 4 years ago on Big Top

    Wink, it’s probably best to not show her your lucky rabbit’s foot.

  6. almost 4 years ago on Drabble

    My friend’s dog understood perfectly to stay off the couch … as long as my friend was in the house. As soon as my friend left the house, the dog would jump on the couch. The best part was when my friend would be outside looking through the picture window, the dog would be excited to see my friend all the while sitting on couch. As soon as my friend opened the front door, the dog would jump of the couch. It was the dog’s logic and he was sticking to it. :-)

  7. almost 5 years ago on Drabble

    I can sympathize with Norman – spiders give me the creeps.

  8. almost 5 years ago on Big Top

    You mean people actually eat tartar sauce? I thought it was something to toss out with the garnishes. :-)

  9. almost 5 years ago on Calvin and Hobbes

    Actually Suzie, it was Calvin who made the suggestion about climbing a tree. I thought it was the dad too, until I saw the jagged pointer on the word balloon.

  10. almost 5 years ago on Big Top

    Cliff Notes was the shortcut in my school days. Now one can search the internet and find some articles. Worked for my son with his summer reading.